On May 6, 1954, Britain’s Roger Bannister hit the tape to become the first person to break the 4-minute mile in Oxford, England. His family said Sir Roger Bannister died peacefully in Oxford on March 3 at age 88.
On May 6, 1954, Britain’s Roger Bannister hit the tape to become the first person to break the 4-minute mile in Oxford, England. His family said Sir Roger Bannister died peacefully in Oxford on March 3 at age 88. Associated Press
On May 6, 1954, Britain’s Roger Bannister hit the tape to become the first person to break the 4-minute mile in Oxford, England. His family said Sir Roger Bannister died peacefully in Oxford on March 3 at age 88. Associated Press

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