Bob Rigby

United States

Soccer

B: July 3, 1951

N.A.S.L. Record Holder for Goals Against Average

Rigby was a member of the 1972 United States Olympic Team, but did not play during the Games. He was the first pick overall in the N.A.S.L. draft in 1973 by the Philadelphia Atoms, and set a league record of 0.62 goals against average that would stand until the end of the league and led the Atoms to the N.A.S.L. title. He was a second team N.A.S.L. All-Star in 1973 and 1974 and on September 3, 1973 he was on the cover of Sports Illustrated. He was sold to the Cosmos prior to the 1976 season. Rigby earned six caps for the United States and played professionally until 1985.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1976 Preliminary 4
2
32 1/2
$8,250
Swimming, Half Mile Run, Bike Race
1976 Final
4
26 1/2
$7,950
Half Mile Run
TOTALS
59
$16,200
4

PERSONAL BESTS
Swimming - 50 Meters

30.37

1976 Final
Swimming - 100 Meters

1:09.87

1976 Final
Tennis
5th
1976 Preliminary 4
Weight Lifting

220

1976 Final
Baseball Hit
10
1976 Final
Half Mile Run

2:07.79

1976 Final
Bike Race - 1/2 Mile

1:11.24

1976 Final
Bike Race - Mile

2:26.04

1976 Final
Obstacle Course
34.5
1976 Final
Points Scored

32 1/2

1976 Preliminary 4


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