Scoreboard: Who Won Jun. 11, 1965

> Australia's Ron Clarke, 28: the 5,000-meter run in 13 min. 25.8 sec., clipping 7.8 sec. off his own world mark and breaking the three-mile record along the way; at the Compton Invitational track meet in Los Angeles. Clarke stole the limelight from New Zealand's Peter Snell, 26, the world record holder in the mile, who had to run a 55.1-sec. final quarter to edge Oregon's Jim Grelle with both men clocking a fast 3 min. 56.4 sec. The Aussie's great run made it four new world records in the space of seven days. The others: a 27-ft. 5-in....

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