Personal Best Trailer

Personal Best Trailer (1982)

05 February 1982 Drama 124 mins

This film chronicles the relationship of two female world-class athletes. Mariel Hemingway and real-life Olympian pentathlete Patrice Donnelly play runners who train together, compete against each other and eventually become lovers. Scott Glenn plays their coach in this film that culminates with the trials for the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

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Cast

Mariel Hemingway

as Chris Cahill

Scott Glenn

as Terry Tingloff

Patrice Donnelly

as Tory Skinner

Kenny Moore

as Denny Stites

Jim Moody

as Roscoe Travis

Kari G. Peyton

as Penny Brill (as Kari Gosswiller)

Jodi Anderson

as Nadia 'Pooch' Anderson

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 05 February 1982

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