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Benn Harradine breaks a record and gives notice to Olympic rivals

benn harradineAt one of the most low-key events on the national calendar in Townsville discus thrower Benn Harradine became the first male to break an Australian record this season and put the world on notice.

He is only the second athlete this season to set a national record after Alana Boyd's pole vault of 4.76 metres in February in Perth.

Harradine, a man mountain from Newcastle, hurled the discus 67.53...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 18 May 2012 12:38

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Mundine has his sights set on fight with Mayweather despite losing interim title

boxing mundine_weigh_inAnthony Mundine hasn't given up on landing a fight with world champion Floyd Mayweather despite the WBA stripping him of his interim super welterweight title.

Mundine was the mandatory challenger to American titleholder, Austin Trout but his camp failed to show at a purse bid set up by the WBA in late March.

Mundine, who turns 37 next week and has a record of 43 wins and four...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 18 May 2012 12:37

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