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What happened in sport on this day..

August 13



Australian sporting history on this day
Champion steeplechase jockey Tommy Corrigan died in Melbourne after a race fall.
Linda McGill became the first Australian to swim the English Channel in 11 hours and 12 minutes.
Michael Klim, swimmer, was born.
Australia won the Commonwealth Women's Amateur Golf title in Edmonton in Canada - team was Lindy Goggin, Corinne Dibnah, Edwina Kennedy and Louise Briers.
Colin Beashel, the first Australian to compete in six summer Olympic Games, carries the flag for Australia at the opening ceremony of the Athens Olympic Games.
Athlete Craig Mottram won the 5000m event at the World Athletics Championships
Swimmer Eamon Sullivan set an Australian record time of 47.05 for the 100 metre freestyle at a meet in Beijing