four-minute man

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Noun1.four-minute man - someone who has run the mile in less that 4 minutes
miler - a runner in a one-mile race
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4: The Quest For The Four-Minute Mile by Bob Phillips and The Perfect Mile by Neal Bascomb (Sportsbookofthemonth.
THE four-minute mile was the most significant barrier in athletics.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: "Sir Roger Bannister was more than simply one of the greatest athletes of all time - by breaking the four-minute mile he redefined what was thought impossible, and inspired the world.
Roger Bannister broke the four-minute mile in May 1954.
Fifer Lemoncello, 34, said: "I have one small aspiration still, which is to get a four-minute mile.
THE running shoes worn by Sir Roger Bannister when he became the first man to break the four-minute mile have sold for PS266,500 at auction.
SHOES worn by the first man to run the four-minute mile, Sir Roger Bannister, will go under the hammer more than 60 years after they broke records.
It is said that experts believed that the human body was not capable of running a four-minute mile.
Sir Roger Bannister breaking the four-minute mile barrier has gone down in the annals of sporting history, but few are aware that his most famous feat was spurred on by his most abject failure.
Roger Bannister did a ward round then made his own way to the track where he broke the four-minute mile.
Now, all bets seem to be on Roger Bannister, the first man to break the four-minute mile in 1954.
Prominent doping cases are reviewed (including deaths), from Roger Bannister's four-minute mile controversy to doping in the Olympics and Major League baseball to the Tour de France and Floyd Landis case.