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Steve Cram on Bislett and the Dream Mile

June 14, 2015

“Our sport is about winning medals and winning championships, and measuring yourself [...] against the past and the history” said the 54-year-old 1984 Olympic 1500m silver medalist.

From BBC

30 years ago retired British track & field athlete Steve Cram broke the world Mile record in Oslo. Speaking to Allison Curbishley, Steve tells us why the Bislett Games are so special and whether he feels proud or sad that his record is yet to be broken.

Continue reading at: www.bbc.co.uk

Tags: steve cram (16) , dream mile (29) , bislett games (4)

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