University of California at Los Angeles
Long Beach State University
Served as an analyst for NBC Sports coverage of Track and Field at the Summer Olympics.
Came in fourth place in the high jump at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
Began serving as a color analyst for all three major American networks at the Olympic Games
Won the silver medal in the high jump at the IAAF World Cup.
Raised the world record to 2.31 m at the NCAA Championships at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.
Won the bronze medal in the high jump at the Olympic Games in Montreal.
Won the gold medals in the high jump at the USTFF Indoor Championships and at the USTFF Outdoor Championships.
Won the bronze medal in the high jump at the Olympic Games in Munich.
Set a national high school record in 1971 at 2.17 m in the high jump.
Was the first "flop" jumper to set a world record, clearing 2.30 m in 1973.
Was booed at the Olympic Games in Montreal after it was reported that he had supposedly said he hated French Canadians.
Created the Desert Oasis Track Club, a California corporation that Stones was the only member of, in order to deal with the complex rules regarding professional vs. amateur sports at the time, which often stipulated that winnings be paid out to the athlete's club. Controversy over the corporation led to changes in athletic laws.