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By tradition birthdays are a time both for looking back and for looking ahead. With this issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED we celebrate our third birthday, and as a natural part of looking back I found myself browsing...
November 11, 1957
A DEFINITION OF COURAGESirs:As the mother of four boys, 10 to 14, living in a difficult neighborhood (are there any others?) in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, I would like to express my appreciation for an...
January 20, 1958
Sportsmen of the years line up in New York after receiving their SPORTS ILLUSTRATED trophies, replicas of a Greek vase made in Attica about 510 B.C. Left to right: Dr. Roger Bannister (1954); Johnny Podres (1955);...
February 10, 1958
Herb Elliott, an Aussie schoolboy when Landy and Bannister were blazing the four-minute trail, turned the trick last week and is only sorry he didn't beat the world record
July 28, 1958
Swinging down the lane, Chris Chataway (left), Roger Bannister and Peter Driver leave Buckingham Palace with message from Queen officially opening British Empire Games in Cardiff, Wales.