September 26, 2012
By ITV News
LONDON, England - A new athletics track at Paddington Recreation Ground is to be opened today, the site where Roger Bannister trained to break the four-minute Mile. The project, which aims to leave a lasting legacy for the Olympic Games, is backed by double gold medalist Mo Farah.
September 14, 2012
Double Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah has given his backing to the restoration of a historic running track.
By Rob Whitson, West End Extra
WESTMINSTER, England - Paddington Recreation Ground, where legendary runner Sir Roger Bannister trained to break the 4-minute Mile, is undergoing a...