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Sixty years later, Roger Bannister is busy reliving the four minutes that still endure as a transcendent moment in sports history.
The 60th anniversary of Roger Bannister breaking the four-minute mile will be marked with races over the distance in London.
The decision-makers finally have an answer to the question of who will light the Olympic cauldron at Friday's opening ceremony.
Roger Bannister returned to the track where he broke the 4-minute barrier for the mile 58 years ago, walking slowly but smiling broadly as he carried the Olympic torch across the finish line Tuesday just 17 days before the start of the London Games.