Sir Christopher Chataway, who died today aged 82, was the first winner of BBC's Sports Personality of the Year award after setting the 5,000m world record at 13:51:06.
He retired from professional athletics after the 1956 Olympics but kept on running for decades afterwards and completed the Great North Run a few years before his death.
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