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What happened in sport on this day..

July 15



Australian sporting history on this day
A 96 mile horse race was run from Dubbo to Orange. It was won by The Colonel in 10 hours and 29 minutes.
The South Melbourne Football Club (now the Sydney Swans) was established.
The last motor race meeting was held at the Warwick Farm Racecourse.
Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde won their first Wimbledon Tennis Doubles title.
The world record for a rugby union match crowd was set when 109,874 people watched New Zealand defeated Australia 39-35 in Sydney at Stadium Australia
Cathy Freeman, Australian runner, announced her retirement from athletics.
Melbourne's Joe Hachem won the World Series Of Poker in Las Vegas pocketing $A10m