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What happened in sport on this day..

April 30


Australian sporting history on this day
The first horse race meeting was held in Australia at Parramatta in New South Wales. It included the first harness race also, won by a mare called Miss Kitty.
A horse called Darkie won the first ever Great Eastern Steeplechase at Oakbank in the Adelaide hills, South Australia.
The New South Wales Amateur Athletic Association was formed.
John Landy was born - runner - Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist, middle distance runner, later Victorian Governor (2001).
At Rockhampton racecourse, Call Away, Suntuana and Edon Boy triple dead heated for first in the Labor Handicap.
Jean-Louis Ravelomanantsoa was born in Madagascar. In 1975 he became the first of only two men to date to have won the Stawell Gift off the scratch mark.
Melbourne was awarded the 1956 Olympic Games by the IOC.
Ian Healy, Test cricket wicket keeper and now commentator, was born.
The world number one women's tennis player, Monica Seles, was stabbed in the back during a quarter-final match in Hamburg