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What happened in sport on this day..

November 12


Australian sporting history on this day
The Victorian Rifle Association held an intercolonial shoot against New Zealand over 200, 500 and 600 yards.
Nigel Barker from Sydney set a new world record running 440 yards in 48.5 seconds.
The Melbourne to Sydney flying record was set by Flt Lt W. Stott when he became the first to do it in under one day.
In his boat Bluebird, Donald Campbell set a new world speed record of 239.07 miles an hour.
Family of Man became the first horse to win half a million dollars in prize money when he won the George Adams Handicap at Flemington.
Australian golfer Jason Day born
Champion racehorse Better Loosen Up had his first race start at Bendigo running unplaced in the 2YO Handicap over 1000 metres behind Trendy Bay. He started at 14/1.
Apprentice jockey Sharee Drake rode four winners at a Toowoomba TAB meeting