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May 14, 1956
•Duty's CallJim Bailey, heading back to school after beating John Landy in a 3:58.6 mile, said he probably wouldn't be around to try again this weekend at Fresno. The University of Oregon has a meet scheduled, needs...
May 07, 1956
Paul O'Shea, young Rye, N.Y. engineering consultant for Mercedes who was nation's leading amateur driver last year, was presented with first annual SI award "in recognition of high point total in U.S. national sports...
April 16, 1956
Still puffing from the exertions of his fourth sub-four-minute mile (3:58.6), Australian John Landy startled an admiring Melbourne crowd with a statement that he thought his best Olympic distance might be 5,000...
April 09, 1956
The Le Mans auto race will be run this year (July 28-29) but will not count toward the 1956 world's sports car championship. The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile dropped it because of drastic rules changes...
April 02, 1956
Top honors in the Sebring sports car race went, not unexpectedly, to Argentina's Juan Manuel Fangio and Italy's Eugenio Castellotti in a Ferrari. Almost of equal interest was the fine race driven by Bob Sweikert,...