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What happened in sport on this day..

June 24



Australian sporting history on this day
Steeple chase rider and famous poet Adam Lindsay Gordon suicided aged 36. Just 4 months earlier he published Bush Ballads and Galloping Rhymes.
Brian Bevan, Australian rugby league footballer, was born; featured on British 1995 stamp, only player inducted into both Australian (2005) and British (1988) rugby league Hall of Fame.
Graham McKenzie, Australian test cricket player - bowler (1961-1971), born
Raelene Boyle, runner, was born; silver medal (1968, 1972) Olympics, 7 gold medals (1970, 1974, 1982) and 2 silver medals (1978, 1982) Commonwealth Games.
Nicole Livingstone, swimmer / commentator, was born; bronze medals 1992 & 1996 Olympics, silver medal 1996 Olympics.
Robbie McKewen, cyclist, was born; silver medal at 2002 Road Cycling World Championships.
Karrie Webb won the LPGA US Championship in Delaware to become the youngest player ever to win the grand slam in women's golf.