1) No, you won't be considered as prediabetic either by your fasting blood sugar levels or by your post prandial levels.
Pre-diabetic labeling have certain criteria. Any high blood sugar (fasting or post prandial) than the normal levels but less than 180, would classify as prediabetic. Another criteria is a blood sugar which is around 160 persisting for 2-3 hours or more after meals.
2) Urinary tract infections don't put you for higher risk of developing diabetes. Recurrent UTI needs thorough investigations for anatomical abnormalities. Inadequately treated UTI also predisposes for the recurrent infection.
While it is true that diabetics do get recurrent UTI's, opposite is not true.
Hope this helps. Your follow up questions are welcome.