Billy Mills scored one of the great upsets in Olympic history by winning the 10,000 meters in 1964 at Tokyo, the first American to win that event. A Marine lieutenant stationed at Camp Pendleton, the seven-sixteenths Sioux set an Olympic record of 28:24.4 in his startling gold-medal victory. A week later he ran the Olympic marathon in 2:22:51. In 1965, Mills set an American indoor record in the three-mile run (13:25.4), a world record in the six-mile run (27:11.6) at the National AAU championships in San Diego's Balboa Stadium, and an European record in the indoor three-mile event (13:37.8), out-dueling Britain's best at Wembley. The movie "Running Brave" is based on Mills' life. Mills was inducted into the Breitbard Hall of Fame in 1970.