Sport: Who Won

¶ FBI-Man Horace Ashenfelter, 29, Olympic steeplechase champion, who got the Sullivan Trophy as "the amateur athlete . . . who did the most to advance the cause of good sportsmanship during the year." A rank outsider in pre-race ratings, Ashenfelter pulled off the biggest upset of the Olympics when he beat Russia's Record-Holder Vladimir Kasantsev in Olympic-record time.

¶ Australia's John Landy, who ran the mile in a sensational 4:02.1 a fortnight ago (TIME, Dec. 29) and turned in another sizzler last week (4:02.8) on a windy, concrete-hard track. After the race, he...

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