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Read ☆ Twin Tracks The Autobiography ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ [Epub] ➞ Twin Tracks The Autobiography ➣ Roger Bannister – Horticulturetrader.co.uk It was a blustery late spring day in 1954 and a young Oxford medical student flung himself over the line in a mile race There was an agNe of the most celebrated athletes of the last century but also a distinguished doctor neurologist and one of the nation’s best loved public figuresWith characteristically trenchant views on drugs in sport the nature of modern athletics and record breaking the extraordinary explosion in running as a leisure activity and the Olympic legacy this rare and brilliant autobiography gives a fascinating insight into the life of a man who has lived life to the fulles. Having met and hosted Sir Roger I found this book highly interesting and tender Autobiography always inspire me

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It was a blustery late spring day in and a young Oxford medical student flung himself over the line in a mile race There was an agonising pause and then the timekeeper announced the record three minutes fifty nine point four secondsBut no one heard anything after that first word – ‘three’One of the most iconic barriers of sport had been broken and Roger Bannister had become the first man to run a mile in under four minutes To this day men have conuered M. Fantastic insight into the history of UK sport Also links to Harrow where I grew up

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Twin Tracks The AutobiographyOunt Everest than have achieved what the slender unassuming student managed Twin Tracks ePUB #231 that afternoonSixty years on and the letters still arrive on Roger Bannister’s doormat letters testifying to the enduring appeal of the four minute mile and the example it set for the generation of budding athletes who were inspired to attempt the impossible In this frank memoir Sir Roger tells the full story of the talent and dedication that made him not just o. Dry as a bone Enough interesting content to make reading most of it worthwhile in particular about his fairly innovative training methods and his relatively unfulfilled racing career Otherwise a fairly rudimentary hagiography full of lightweight name dropping and jarringly contrasting views very modern views on doping professionalism and corruption but a surprisingly fawning view on Royalty and politicians He has much to be proud of and has definitely lived a life worth describing but seems a interesting interviewee than autobiographer