Greyhound Racing - Mackeson Greyhound Championship - Whitbread's City Cellars
Pop star Sandie Shaw making the draw for the first round of the 7000 pound Mackeson Greyhound Championship at Whitbread's City Cellars, with Major Percy Brown, the Greyhound Racing Association's Director of Racing, and the Duke of Edinburgh's greyhound, Camira Flash, winner of the 1968 Greyhound Derby.
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Tennis - Wimbledon - Men's Singles - 1928
Henry "Bunny" Austin in action during the Mens Singles. Austin was part of the golden age of British tennis, teaming up with Fred Perry to win four consecutive Davis Cup finals between 1933 and 1936. Austin was the last British man to reach the Men's Singles Final at Wimbledon, in 1938.