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What happened in sport on this day..

March 31



Australian sporting history on this day
The Stawell Gift was won by A.E. Tredennick of Malvern, Victoria, in 12 1/5 seconds.
W. Stephens won the Australian Lawn Bowling championships.
The first ever 100 mile motor car race was staged at Phillip Island. Won by A C Waite from England in an Austin supercharged 7.
Birthday Card won the Golden Slipper Stakes at Randwick, defeating hot favourite Proud Miss from South Australia who was 10-9 favourite.
Racehorse Lawtime Girl won a race at the Gawler race course starting at 200/1
The Stawell Gift was won by Jean-Louis Ravelomanantsoa of Madagascar, in 12.00 seconds from scratch, the first of only two men to date to have won the Gift off the scratch mark.
Garth Tander, Australian racing driver, was born.
The Stawell Gift was won by Glen Chapman of Albury, New South Wales, in 12.01 seconds.
The Stawell Gift was won by Daniel Millard of Mount Gambier, South Australia, in 11.98 seconds. His great grandfather Bill Millard was the inaugural winner of the Stawell Gift in 1878. Bill won £20, Daniel won $30,000.
Australian swimmer Emily Seebohm became youngest gold medallist in the history of the World Swimming Championships when she won as part of the 4 x 100m relay. She was 14 years, 299 days old.