Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to die for a mile within four minutes, died at the age of 88 at the age of 88.
Not only was a historical figure in the barnist game, but after completing his medical study from Oxford University and St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School, Pembroke College became a specialized neurologist in Oxford.
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Banishster’s one mile record stood for 46 days
On May 6, 1954, Sir Roger Bannister participated in one mile (1.6 km) 3 minutes 59.4 seconds. Although the first, its record stood for 46 days and the rival John Landy broke, whose time was 3 minutes and 57.9 seconds.
Early life and education Roger Benister started his career in the 17th Oxford
He was born on March 23, 1929 in Harrow, England.
After completing his school education from the City of Bat Boys School, Bonist continued his education at University College London, followed by Oxford University and St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School.
In the autumn of 1946, at Oxford University, Benister started his career at the age of 17
Bankist 2011 had detected Parkinson’s disease