Minute Mile is taken from the forthcoming Rifles album 'None The Wiser ' released Jan 20th 2014.
On Saturday, Roger Bannister, the first man to run a sub four-minute mile, died at age 88. Time.
Nearly sixty years on and still one of the most iconic sporting moments in history,Bannister had intended to retire after the 1952 Olympics,but having only.
A four-minute mile is the completion of a mile run (1,760 yards, or 1,609. 344 metres) in four minutes or less. It was first achieved in 1954 by Roger Bannister in 3:59. The "four-minute barrier" has since been broken by over 1,400 male athletes, and is now the standard of all male professional middle distance runners in cultures that use Imperial units. In the 64 years since, the mile record has been lowered by almost 17 seconds, and currently stands at 3:43.
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The Daily Telegraph, at the time had described the sub-four-minute mile as sport’s greatest goal, something as elusive and seemingly unattainable as Everest (another apparently impossible human achievement that had recently been chalked off by Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay). Indeed, Bannister had been told by physiologists that not only was running the four-minute mile impossible for an athlete to do, but attempting to do so was dangerous to one's health. Back to Hall of Fame.
On the morning of May 6, 1954, a Thursday, Roger Bannister, 25, a medical student in London, worked his usual shift at St. Mary’s Hospital and took an early afternoon train to Oxford. He had lunch with some old friends, then met a couple of his track teammates, Christopher Chataway and Chris Brasher. As members of an amateur all-star team, they were preparing to run against Oxford University. About 1,200 people showed up at Oxford’s unprepossessing Iffley Road track to watch, and though the day was blustery and damp - inauspicious conditions for a record-setting effort - a record is what they.
The man who did it was 25-year-old British medical student Roger Bannister, finishing with a time of 3:59. This not only sent the cheering fans in Oxford’s Iffley Stadium into hysterics, but shook the track and field world. At the time, the previous record of 4:01.
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|4||Taking On The World||4:30|
|6||Lazy Sunday Morning Room||4:04|
|7||Loveliest Of All||3:57|
|9||It's Only Wood||7:11|
|12||Friend Of A Friend||4:22|