Today in History - Roger Bannister, The First Athlete to Break 4-Minute Mile
Highlights of this day in history: The hydrogen-filled airship Hindenburg explodes and crashes; Psychologist Sigmund Freud and actor-director Orson Welles born; Roger Bannister is the first athlete to run a mile in fewer than four minutes. (May 6)
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