Roger Bannister of England was the person to run a sub four minute mile on May 6, 1954. His time was 3 minutes 59.4 seconds.
A minute man.
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The first battle took place in Lexington in 1775, but the men that morning were the 77 men from the town and I wouldn't call them " minute men" because they were protecting their families. They were more a militia than minute man. A minute man was a small handpicked elite force which were required to be mobile and assemble quickly. They were more like today's rangers or seals. The men who were minute men came from the muster rolls of the militia and were typically 25 years old or younger, physically strong and enthusiastic. Usually about one quarter of the militia served as minute men performing additional duties in the militia. The existence of the minute man begins before the revolution and as early as 1645 men were selected from militia ranks to be dressed with maychlocks or pikes. In 1689 another company was formed called Snowshoemen and in the French and Indian war in the 1750's they took part. In Massachusetts Bay colony every town maintained its own training band for six generations. By the time of the revolution Massachusetts had been training, drilling, and working on skills for over a hundred years. In February of 1775 Concord was one of the first towns to comply to create minute man companies out of the militia. Out of 400 men of Concord's muster rolls one hundred would serve as minute men. Regiment of Foot were sent to Concord bridge, so your answer is Concord.
The four-minute mile barrier broken by Roger Bannister on May 6th 1954
Was first to run a mile in under four minutes
roger banister with a 3:59.4 minute mile
The Mile-a-Minute Man - 1926 was released on: USA: December 1926
Roger Bannister was the first man to break the four minute mile. He did it in May, 1954 at a meet in England, I believe with a time of 3:59.4. He was running with others that also had the potential. I guess you could say that the conditions were just right for him to break the record.
Roger Bannister, the first man to break the four minute mile barrier, became a neurologist and Master of Pembroke College before retiring in 2001.
yeah they are its so obvious. Well, not so obvious - the first man in the world to run a sub-four-minute mile was a white Briton.
Eamonn Coghlan was the first man over 40 to run a 4 minute mile - he was 41 at the time. That was back in 1994 - I don't think any other 40-year old has managed a 4 minute mile since.
Roger Bannister, a British man, in 1954. I remember it well.
Roger Bannister ran the 1st 4 minute mile