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What happened in sport on this day..

March 25



Australian sporting history on this day
Redfern in Sydney played host to the largest ever women's only swimming championships. Men were only admitted if expressly invited by the organisers.
In the biggest boilover in racing history, champion Ajax was beaten at 40/1 on by Spear Chief at 33/1 in the Rawson Stakes.
The Stawell Gift was won by A.J. Reid of Port Augusta, South Australia, in 12 3/16 seconds.
Australian golfer Wayne Grady born in Brisbane
Stephanie Rice set a new world record for the 200 meters individual medley. The previous record stood for ten years to Chinese swimmer Wu Yanyan
Lewis Hamilton, in Australia for the F1 Grand Prix, was charged by Victorian Police after being caught 'fish-tailing' in a Mercedes road car in Melbourne
Race caller Des Hoysted died aged 86. The gentlemanly Hoysted became Sydney’s most popular and highest-rating caller during the 1960s and 70s when he was at 2UE.