What happened with running shoes in 1975?
Runners World magazine started ranking running shoes.
What else happened in 1975?
The controversial COVID-19 drug, ivermectin is first discovered.
On January 5, the Tasman Bridge in Hobart, Australia, is struck by the ship, MV Lake Illawarra resulting in the deaths of people.
The comedian, Charlie Chaplin is knighted by Elizabeth II on March 4.
On April 30, The Vietnam War comes to an end ends with the Fall of Saigon.
The movie, Jaws is released in theaters on June 20th.
On October 1 in the Thrilla in Manila, Muhammad Ali defeats Joe Frazier in a boxing match.
The cult movie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, is released on November 26.
Lyme disease is first reported at Lyme, Connecticut.
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