1933 – Lee Quincy Calhoun was born on the 23rd of February in Laurel, Mississippi. American athlete.
– Calhoun graduated from Roosevelt High School where he was persuaded to become a high jumper.
1955 – Drafted into the Army and returned to North Carolina Central University where he set world bests in the 60-yard, 70-yard and 80-yard hurdles and eventually set records in the 45-yard, 50-yard, 60-yard and 70-yard hurdles.
1956 – Won the AAU championships in 110 m hurdles.
– In the summer Olympic he won the gold medal in 100-meter hurdles.
1957 – Won the AAU championships 120 yd hurdles.
1958 – Calhoun was suspended for receiving gifts on "Bride and Groom," a television game show.
1960 – Won gold medal in Olympic 100-meter hurdles.
– He set a world record of 13.2 seconds in a pre-Olympic meet in Bern, Switzerland.
1976 – He was an assistant Olympic coach at the Summer Olympics.
1989 – Lee Calhoun died on 22nd of June in Erie, Pennsylvania aged 56.