Roger Bannister's long run in life ends: a sprint from Neil Young to illuminati's most hated long run
Roger Bannister, first to run sub 4-minute mile, dies at 88: Neil Young to Gatlin
What's beyond what was a milestone in the literal mile, once rather a long run reduced during Bannister's life long run to rather a long sprint.
March 4, 2018 - Roger Bannister, first to run sub 4-minute mile, dies at 88.
In the timeline as the "discovery of the universal flu vaccine" echoes in the trumpet played by the Trumperminator: Gun-Grabber-in-Chief unveiled while Eastern Ghouta's fall seems a matter of days.
As for Ben Johnson, the first man to run the 100 m under 9.80, start with ...
Neil Young's "Long may you run, although all these changes have come": the year would be 1988
For Roger Bannister (same goes for all other champions who still had a "long run in life") the line started to be unveiled shortly after the 100 m race at the Seoul Olympics.
Slaughter of athletics: BIG BANG started 1988 with BIG BEN at high noon
The moment when Ben Johnson became the first athletics legend to be falsely accused, in fact the very first victim of the illuminati's doping agenda.
Timing: immediately after making it impossible for legend Carl Lewis to repeat the triple gold from LA 1984.
Illuminati demolish BIG BEN Johnson: timing
Ben Johnson became the first man to run the 100 m under 9.80, nearly 30 years before athletics entered the mass slaughter stage.
BEN Johnson set a dangerous milestone in illuminati's most hated long run: it started 1896 at Athens, the first Olympics of the Age; for sprinters it would end 2008. Its name: reaching the human limits.
The answer is one question about the figuratively truly longest run an athlete has ever had
An answer that is yet another End Times Paradox: it's about sprinter Justin Gatlin in the shortest running distance: 100 meters.
Aug 6, 2017 - USAIN BOLT SHUTS DOWN A REPORTER WHO ASKS ABOUT DRUGS IN 100m Finals PRESS CONFERENCE.
Last Prophet replies:
What Bolt and Gatlin should have answered:
- the right question would be: how is it possible that Gatlin was accused of doping, banned from competing for years, and a decade later he becomes the greatest challenger of an aging Bolt and finally world champion?
As for the answer, see:
Jan 2017 - Bolt finally stripped of first medal, paradoxically before falsely accused of doping:
March 4, 2018 - Roger Bannister, first to run sub 4-minute mile, dies at 88
Neil Young Long may you run, song and lyrics
Aug 6, 2017 - USAIN BOLT SHUTS DOWN A REPORTER WHO ASKS ABOUT DRUGS IN 100m Finals PRESS CONFERENCE
14:52 is the doping question
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