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February 09, 1959 | Dean Brelis
Don Bragg, a handsome, extraordinarily muscular private from Fort Dix, broke through his personal ceiling in the pole vault and set a new Millrose Games record when he cleared 15 feet 6½ inches. Bragg would like to...
February 23, 1959
After years of putting his mind and muscles into it, Villanova alumnus (and Army private) Don Bragg, 23, charged down a runway at the Philadelphia Inquirer Games Friday night and vaulted up, up and over a wobbly but...
May 25, 1959 | Tex Maule
Don Bragg who has vaulted higher than anyone indoors can swing through the trees
May 25, 1959
Don Bragg, arms flailing, drops from the highest pole vault man has accomplished indoors. Bragg made this 15-foot 9½-inch vault at the Inquirer Games in Philadelphia early in the indoor season.
February 08, 1960 | Roy Terrell
While Jumper John Thomas was setting a world record at the Millrose Games, Jim Grelle made the mile look easy