Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games
Soviet athlete Robert Shavlakadze clears the bar during the High Jump event at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, 17th October 1964, where he finished fifth. He won the gold medal in 1960 in Rome.
October 17, 1964 License
Peter Snell of New Zealand acknowledges the applause after winning the gold medal in the 1,500 metres at the Olympic games held in Tokyo. His time was 3 mins 38.1 seconds.
December 22, 1964 License
Britain's Ken Matthews is supported by his wife Sheila after winning the 20 kilometre walk at the Tokyo Olympic Games in a record time of 1 hour 29 minutes 34 seconds.
December 16, 1964 License
New Zealander Peter Snell winning the gold medal in the 1,500 metres at the Tokyo Olympic Games held at the National Stadium. He also won the 800 metres.
December 01, 1964 License
British athlete Ann Packer, while working as a PE teacher at Coombe County Girls School, after winning the 800 metres at the Tokyo Olympics and setting a new world record in the process.
November 02, 1964 License
French showjumper Pierre Jonqueres d'Oriola competing in the showjumping event at the Olympic Games, Tokyo. He went on to win the gold medal.
October 27, 1964 License
Photo taken 10 October 1964 shows the opening ceremony of Tokyo Olympic Games at Tokyo's national stadium. Tokyo is making a head start bidding for the 2016 Summer Olympics, with its nationalist leader hoping to restore some of the...More
October 24, 1964 License
Abebe Bikila of Ethiopia runs through the streets of Tokyo, on his way to winning the marathon at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo. In 1960 in Rome, barely known outside his country, he ran barefoot to become the first black African to...More
The winners of the Judo Men's Openweight event line up for their medals at the Tokyo Olympics, 24th October 1964. From left to right, they are Akio Kaminaga of Japan (silver), Anton Geesink of the Netherlands (gold) and Theodore...More
The three winners of the marathon event at the Tokyo Olympics stand side by side on the rostrum, 23rd October 1964. From left to right, they are Basil Heatley of Great British (silver), Abebe Bikila of Ethiopia (gold) and Kokichi...More
October 23, 1964 License