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March 07, 1960
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May 02, 1960
Paavo Kotila, 32-year-old farmer from Veteli, Finland, earns victory-wreath after outstriding 166 other long-distance runners in 26-mile Boston marathon. "After the first five miles it was easy," said a jaunty Kotila.
August 15, 1960
The following is a listing of every event in the 1960 Olympics. The likely winners, picked by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED experts, are printed in boldface type; in regular type, with their best performances ever shown in...
January 30, 1961 | Mike Agostini
August 21, 1961
ARCHERY—JOE THORNTON, 42-year-old Cherokee Indian from Tulsa, showed the European paleface how to shoot at the world championships in Oslo, Norway. In addition to winning the world title, Thornton set a world...