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1 Bendigo - Black Opal a carnival highlight on Fri Mar 11, 2016 12:24 pm


Bendigo Advertiser
March 11, 2016, 10 a.m.

Victoria’s reigning 400m champion Luke Stevens is in the field for the Bendigo Bank Black Opal 400m at this weekend’s Bendigo International Madison carnival.
Stevens was in hot form at he won gold in 46.06 seconds at last month’s Victorian Open championships at Melbourne’s Lakeside Stadium.
The gun from athlete from Tarneit is likely to be a major contender to win the country’s richest 400m race on Bendigo’s unique D-shaped track at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.
Six heats of the Black Opal classic will be run during Saturday night’s Black Pearl program ahead of Sunday’s semi-finals and final.

Stevens and Jack Doderico have been marked to race off scratch in heats three and four. 2014 Black Opal winner, Cameron Moss from Ringwood, begins his quest for another title in the first heat.

Hopes of a hometown victory are in the final two heats.

Junortoun’s Lonain Burnett will race off 28m in heat five. His opponents include Eaglehawk’s Tom Noden, 40m. Bendigo’s Dane Heiden is off 40m in heat six.

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