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16 Feb 2019 12:27
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Athletics

    The big names will be operating out of the Christchurch Casino car park next month

    The big names will be operating out of the Christchurch Casino car park next month


    The Lincoln University Street Athletics Festival will take place on the sixth of March, and will feature world champion shot putter Tom Walsh, and Olympic pole vault medallist Eliza McCartney.

    The free event will precede the national track and field champs which start two days later at Nga Puna Wai.

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