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“I trained for less than three-quarters of an hour, maybe five days a week — I didn’t have time to do more. But it was all about quality, not quantity — so I didn’t waste time jogging, ever.” — Roger Bannister There’s a lot of wisdom in those words from Bannister, the Oxford-educated British neurologist who became the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, clocking a 3:59.4 mile on Oxford’s Iffley Road track after eating lunch with a couple of old friends on a gray, windswept afternoon on May 6, 1954.

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