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20 years on Nicky Winmar returns to the place where he took his historic stand against racism

Nicky-Winmar-with-photoNicky Winmar stepped on Victoria Park for the first time in 20 years last week.

For all that has changed between then and now, Winmar's memories of the day that shifted the football landscape forever remain as sharp as his skills for his beloved St Kilda.

On April 17, 1993, Winmar and team mate, Gilbert McAdam had left the visitor change rooms for a stroll on Victoria Park at...

 

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