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POWERCOR STAWELL GIFT ADDS SYPAQ AS A KEY SPONSOR FOR 2022 CARNIVAL

THE PARTNERSHIP WILL CELEBRATE THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE  Stawell Gift Event Management (SGEM) has today announced Port Melbourne based engineering and systems integration company, SYPAQ as a new sponsor for the 2022 Powercor Stawell Gift Carnival.  The partnership will see SYPAQ secure the naming rights for two races at Stawell

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Could on form Jacob Despard be only the 4th dual winner in 140 years?

We caught up with 2018 Powercor Stawell Gift winner Jacob Despard on his outstanding run at the Melbourne Track Classic at the weekend.  Powercor Stawell Gift winner Jacob Despard took out the Melbourne Track Classic 100m Open men’s final on Saturday evening in a time of 10.11 (+3.4). Jacob told

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2013: Asafa Powell headlines, first Tasmanian winner in 72 years

Great excitement surrounded the 132nd running of the Powercor Stawell Gift with the entry of the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games gold medalist, Asafa Powell. The former world 100metres record-holding Jamaican had broken 10 seconds for the 100m more times than any other athlete in history. Josh Ross, the Australian 100m

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Extreme rainfall in NSW dampens training for athletes like Hamish Lindstrom

Sydney sprinter Hamish Lindstrom is feeling confident ahead of this year’s Powercor Stawell Gift, he would just like to find a track that isn’t waterlogged to train on! The Terang Gift winner who is “looking forward to the atmosphere at Stawell, there are no other competitions like it,” was hoping

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Queensland sprint sensation Torrie Lewis to compete at Powercor Stawell Gift

Torrie Lewis, Australia’s Number 1 female junior athlete, is looking forward to competing in the Change Our Game Women’s Gift at Easter. The 17-year-old school student from Brisbane is not only having a fantastic season on the track but enjoys mixing it up with professional runners on the circuit too.

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