Four Minute Mile
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This fine art print is produced using sustainable and enviromentally friendly practices, according to the international ISO14001 Environmental Management standard. The detailed proofing process and standarized printing plates of offset lithography ensure this print reproduction maintains vivid colors and faithfulness to the original work of art.
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Roger Bannister is captured at the exultant moment he breaks a record—and sets a new one—by running the fastest four-minute mile in recorded history. Bannister’s astounding feat of running a mile in less than four minutes was formerly assumed to be impossible. With his headline-grabbing 3 minute 59.4 second win at Oxford’s Iffley Road Track in 1954, he set what is now the standard for all professional middle-distance runners. Bannister was honored by Sports Illustrated as its first Sportsman of the Year, went on to become a prominent neurologist, and was knighted in 1975.
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