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Charles Hansen, 23, of Pueblo, Colo., ran smack up 14,110-foot Pikes Peak, turnedright around and ran back, did whole thing in 4:29:4 to be the first of 15 other long-winded runners to reach the bottom.
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August 20, 1956 | Kenneth Rudeen
The way I figure it," drawled Lee Petty, a grizzled veteran of the stock car racing circuits, before the start of an extraordinary event last weekend, "this race will be won by the driver who can go the fastest the...