1909 – He was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, on the 24th of October.
1929 – Carr attended Mercersburg Academy before enrolling in the University of Pennsylvania.
1932 – Billy Carr had never run a major individual race before the Intercollegiate Championships and Olympic trials.
1932 – Carr went on to beat Eastman two more times in the individual 400 meter event; Carr’s third victory over Eastman in this race came at the Los Angeles Olympics when Carr set another world record of 46.2 seconds, winning a gold medal in the 400 meter event.
– Carr also anchored the American 1600 meter relay team, winning his second gold medal and setting his second world record of the Olympic Games.
– He retired from track having never lost an intercollegiate race, and his world record in the 400 meters would stand for another twenty years.
1962 – He was inducted into the Arkansas Athletic Hall of Fame in Little Rock.
1966 – He died in Tokyo, Japan, on the 14th of January at the age of 56, leaving behind his wife, Rachael, and son, Allin.