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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Ricky Dunbar winning at Geelong.

Ricky Dunbar winning at Geelong.

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1 Ricky Dunbar winning at Geelong. on Mon Feb 29, 2016 4:31 pm

Downesy


Massive congrats to Ricky for his win in the 100 metres masters yesterday at Geelong. It clearly meant a lot to him, listening to his victory speech.
He continues to be an inspiration to me, for his longevity and dedication to our great sport.
I can guarantee that Ricky would have still been one of first to arrive yesterday, and one of the last to leave, helping to setup and pack up.

2 Re: Ricky Dunbar winning at Geelong. on Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:16 pm

Hubbaup


It was great to see Ricky have a win , he is an absolute marvel. His speech showed how much the sport still means to him after all these years. A legend of Professional footrunning that's for sure

3 Re: Ricky Dunbar winning at Geelong. on Tue Mar 01, 2016 8:45 am

DDog


What a legend Ricky Dunbar! Fantastic result for a seventy six year old man who continues to put so much into the sport we all love. At one stage billed as the fastest white man on earth. Great to hear Ollie Wurm acknowledge what a champion he is. Sometimes the younger generation need to be informed.

4 Re: Ricky Dunbar winning at Geelong. on Tue Mar 01, 2016 9:20 am

Dale Jones


From another and much slower veteran, I couldn't have been more delighted when I saw the 100m result from Geelong. Ricky's obviously an inspiration to everyone, particularly his fellow masters competitors.
Just a great reward for someone who continues to put as much into our sport now as he ever has.
He's a champion who would be a perfect subject for Australian Story.

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