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What happened in sport on this day..

January 29



Australian sporting history on this day
Racehorse Lord Thiemus won a race at Ascot race course in Perth starting at 200/1
One of Australia's greatest jockeys, Billy Cook, died aged 75 at the Gold Coast. He rode more than 2,300 winners.
Jenny Bourne from Canberra won the gold medal in the over-35 class at the World Orienteering Championship at St Helens in Tasmania.
Batsman David Boon from Launceston in Tasmania announced his test cricket retirement after 107 matches and scoring 7,422 runs at an average of 43.66.
Martina Navratilova, at the age of 46, becomes the oldest player to win a grand slam title when she pairs up with India's Leander Paes to win the mixed doubles at the Australian Open.