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SI's weight expert salutes a champ and revels in memories
March 10, 2003
DiedOf cancer, British runner Chris Brasher, 74, who paced the first half mile when Roger Bannister broke the four-minute barrier (3:59.4) in 1954. Brasher, who got his countryman to the mid-point in 1:58.2, later...
January 12, 1987 | T.R. Healy
Sir Roger Bannister testified to a unique feature of running when he remarked in his book The Four-Minute Mile, "I sometimes think that running has given me a glimpse of the greatest freedom a man can ever know,...
November 05, 1956 | William L. Worden
With this issue SPORTS ILLUSTRATED begins a special series of Olympic features which will culminate in the Olympic Preview Issue on Nov. 19. The Preview Issue will present stars of all nations, in color, commissioned...
April 26, 2004
The light really was different back then, at least in the lens of Hy Peskin, whose black-and-white boxing photos walk the line between reportage and film noir. (If he'd shot your driver's license picture, it would...