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What happened in sport on this day..

May 22



Australian sporting history on this day
The Royal Melbourne Golf Club was formed at a meeting. The club itself was opened on July 5 the same year.
Women were admitted free to the Newcastle race course for the first time.
Jockey Barry Smith rode 6 winners on the card at the Bingara (NSW) races
Surfers Paradise Raceway (car racing) was opened (since closed).
Noel Robins, sailor and 2000 Paralympic gold medallist, died aged 62.
Canberra race callerTony Campbell who called the Canberra races for 26 years died of cancer aged 58. He also called harness races including three Miracle Miles at Harold Park.
Warwick Farm trainer Guy Walter unexpectedly died of a heart attack at his home. The best horse he trained was the champion stayer Tie The Knot, which one 13 Group 1 races.