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May 25, 1964 | John Underwood
The whales grunted mightily at the Coliseum Relays in Los Angeles and put the shot with commensurate effect as a grateful crowd ohhhhhed
September 12, 1960 | Tex Maule
Shotputter Bill Nieder, who won the U.S.'s first track and field gold medal in Rome and defeated his waspish archrival Parry O'Brien in the process, disclosed to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Artist Robert Riger the well-kept...
March 02, 1959
It was very likely the best indoor track meet of all time. Ron Delany, who came only to win, had to break his own world indoor record to do it and, for one of the few times in his career, he circled the track at...
August 04, 1958 | Tex Maule
That special American dynamism diagnosed by Parry O'Brien couldn't quite stop Russia in a bitterly fought track duel
April 16, 1956
Bill Nieder, big University of Kansas strongboy hailed as "new Parry O'Brien," gave strength to supporters' claims, tossed shotput 59 feet 9 inches at Texas Relays, breaking O'Brien's outdoor college record by 6¾ inches.