THIS DAY IN SPORTS AUGUST 4, 1936

  NEW YORK TIMES BERLIN-The United States stole away what to date had been a distinctly German show by winning four of the five championships contested this bleak afternoon, as the greatest Olympic Games of them all swung through their third day. Once again a...

THIS DAY IN SPORTS JULY 27, 1952-Going the Distance

  NEW YORK TIMES HELSINKI, Finland-Emil Zatopek stood as the wonder runner of the ages today as the track and field competition of the Olympic Games came to a close with the United States supreme by an overwhelming margin after eight days of record-breaking...