complete bullshit, not a chance. REPEAT: NO WAY
Nowhere Near wrote:
I've heard legend that a certain New Zealander who attended the University of Michigan came in under 4:50(closer to 4:40), while he was still in college. Obviously because of his stature as a sponsored athlete, it was not reported to any beer mile governing bodies, but I have sought witnesses and confirmed it. I find it completely reasonable to think he could have...heard he ran the first 400 around 50 flat, which gives a great headstart for the accomplishment. So, the official "world record" is actually about 20-30 seconds off.
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