Aussie highlights at
Six Days
Six Day racing began in Burmingham England in 1878
first Australia six held in Melbourne Dec 1881

Next Six
Six days Copenhagen Jan 26-31st 2017
 Europe Six Day series 2016-17


Recent events
Six Days Berlin 19-24th Jan 2017
Sixdays Bremen GER Jan 12-17th 2017

Zesdaagse de Rotterdam Jan 5-10th 2017
Six Days of Amsterdam 6-11th Dec 2016
Aussie Six Days   Oct 31st - Nov 5th 2016
Six Days of London Oct 25th-30th 2016
Part of Eurpean Series






Europe
2016-2017 series

Website here
live coverage on Eurosport 
 events include
Six Days of London
Oct 25-30th 2016
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Six Days of Amsterdam  6-11th Dec 2016
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Six Days of Berlin  19-24 Jan 2017
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Six Days of Copenhagen Jan 26-31st 2017
 
Six Days Final Majorca Mar 2017
(top 12 qualifying teams)
 






other six days events

Aarhus Six Days
Six Days of Antwerp
Six Days of Bremen  Jan 12-17th 2017
Six Days of Brussels
Cologne Six-Day
Six Days of Dortmund
Six Days of Ghent
Six Days of Grenoble
Six Days of Maastricht
Six Days of Madrid
Six Days of Munich
Six  Days of New York
& other North American Six Days
Noumea Six
Six days of Paris
Six Days of Rotterdam  Jan 5-10th 2017
Six Days of Zürich


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Aussie highlights at Sixes

       Danny Clark won 74 six day races,
second to Patrick Sercu's 88
       Don Allen won 16 six days
equal with Eddy Merkx
(Don & Danny were 5th most successful Six-Day team
in history with 15 wins,15 seconds & 11 thirds
)

Reggie McNamara won 19 six-day races in U.S
                   and Europe between 1918 and 1933

      Matthew Gilmore won 17 six-day races
      Sid Patterson won 15 six days
 Graeme Gilmore 12 European six day wins
      Reginald Arnold won 12 six days
      Alfred Strom won 7 six days
      
 Matthew Gilmore & partner Scott McGrory
In the 2001-02 season won five of the eight six-day races they contested and won the Munich event, which is considered the pinnacle of six-day racing.
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Aarhus Six Days
amatuers
Dec6th 1954- Alfred Strom & Sid Patterson 1st


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Six Days of Amsterdam NED
2001- Scott McGrory &  Matthew Gilmore  1st




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Six Days of Antwerp
1987- Danny Clark & Etienne De Wilde (BEL) 1st
1978- Danny Clark & Freddy Maertens (BEL)
1958- Reginald Arnold & Emiel Severeyns (BEL) Rik Van Steenbergen (BEL) 1st
1957- Reginald Arnold & Willy Lauwers(BEL) & Ferdinando Terruzzi (ITA) 1st
1956- Reginald Arnold & Stan Ockers (BEL) & Jean Roth (SUI) 1st
1952- Reginald Arnold & Alfred Strom 1st
1951- Reginald Arnold & Alfred Strom 1st


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Six Days of Berlin GER
(first held in 1909)

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2017- Tirian McManus & Joshua Harrison
finished 12th overall
results here


Past Aussie Highlights
2012- Leigh Howard  & Cameron Meyer 1st
2011- Leigh Howard  & Cameron Meyer  2nd
2001- Matthew Gilmore & Scott McGrory  2nd
2000- Scott McGrory  & Robert Bartko (GER) 3rd
1989- Danny Clark  & Roland Günther (GER) 2nd
Oct18th 1988- Danny Clark  & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1987- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 2nd
Oct21st 1986- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1985- Danny Clark & Hans-Henrik Ørsted (DEN) 1st
1984- Danny Clark & Horst Schütz (GER) 1st
Oct18th 1983- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1980- Donald Allan & Danny Clark  2nd
1979- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 3rd
1976- Donald Allan & Danny Clark  3rd
1973- Graeme Gilmore & Dieter Kemper (GER) 2nd
1957- Reginald Arnold & Ferdinando Terruzzi (ITA) 2nd
1955- Sid Patterson & Rik Van Steenbergen (BEL) 3rd
1951- Alfred Strom  & Reginald Arnold 2nd
1950- Alfred Strom & Reginald Arnold 1st
1949- Alfred Strom  & Reginald Arnold 2nd
1926- Reg McNamara & Harry Horan (USA) 1st
1925- Alfred Grenda & Alex McBeath  3rd
Feb 1922- Ken Ross  close 4th
1913- Jackie Clark  & Alfred Hill (USA) 1st
1910- Jackie Clark & Walter Rütt (GER) 1st
 
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Six Days of Bremen
since 1965
12 to 17th Jan 2017-

2013- Luke Roberts & Leif Lampater (GER) 2nd
2003- Scott McGrory & Matthew Gilmore 3rd
2002- Scott McGrory & Matthew Gilmore 2nd
2001- Scott McGrory & Matthew Gilmore 1st
2000- Scott McGrory & Jimmi Madsen (DEN) 3rd
1994- Danny Clark & Andreas Kappes (GER) 1st
1993-
Danny Clark & Remig Stumpf (GER) 2nd

1992- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 3rd
1991- Danny Clark & Urs Freuler (SUI) 2nd
Jan12th 1988- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1987- Danny Clark & Dietrich Thurau (GER) 1st
Jan9th 1985- Gary Wiggins & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
Danny Clark & Dietrich Thurau (GER) 2nd
1984- Gary Wiggins & Tony Doyle (GBR) 2nd
1981- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 3rd
1979- Danny Clark & René Pijnen (NED) 1st
1978- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 3rd
1976- Graeme Gilmore & Patrick Sercu (BEL) 3rd
1974- Graeme Gilmore & Patrick Sercu (BEL) 3rd
1973-
Graeme Gilmore  & Dieter Kemper (GER) 1st


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Six Days of Brussels




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Cologne Six-Day
first held 1928
1996- Dean Woods & Danny Clark 3rd
1995- Dean Woods & Jimmi Madsen (DEN) 2nd
Jan1st 1989- 
Danny Clark
& Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1986- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 3rd
1985- Danny Clark & Dietrich Thurau (GER) 1st
1981-
Danny Clark & Wilfried Peffgen (GER) 2nd
Donald Allan & Gert Frank (BEL) 3rd
1980- Danny Clark & Wilfried Peffgen (GER) 1st
1974- Graeme Gilmore & Dieter Kemper (GER) 1st


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Six Days of Copenhagen
(first held 1934)
website here

2017- Josh Harrison & Melvin Vanzijl (NED)
sit 11th after day 5
won an elimination event
& 2nd in another elimination


2013-
 Luke Roberts & Leif Lampater (GER) 2nd

2002- Matthew Gilmore & Scott McGrory 1st
1997- Matthew Gilmore & Danny Clark 3rd
1995-
Danny Clark & Jimmi Madsen (DEN) 1st

1993-  Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 2nd
1992-
Danny Clark Urs Freuler (SUI) 1st

1991- Danny Clark & Jens Veggerby (DEN) 1st
1989- Danny Clark & Urs Freuler (SUI) 1st
1988-  Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 2nd
Feb5th 1987-
Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st

Feb5th 1986- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1980- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 2nd
1979- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 2nd
1978-
Donald Allan & Danny Clark 1st

1976- Graeme Gilmore & Dieter Kemper (FRG) 1st
1959- Reg Arnold & Ferdinando Terruzzi (ITA) 3rd
1957- Reg Arnold & Ferdinando Terruzzi (ITA) 2nd
1956- Reginald Arnold & Ferdinando Terruzzi (ITA) 2nd
1954-  Sydney Patterson & Alfred Strom 3rd


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Six Days of Dortmund
(first held in 1926 - final edition 2008)
2004- Scott McGrory & Rolf Aldag (GER) 1st
1995- Danny Clark & Rolf Aldag (GER) 1st
1991- Danny Clark & Rolf Aldag (GER) 1st
Oct25th 1988- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1987- Danny Clark & Roman Hermann (LIE) 1st
 Oct28th 1986- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
Oct25th 1983- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1982- Danny Clark  & Henry Rinklin (FRG) 1st
1975- Graeme Gilmore & Dieter Kemper (FRG) 1st
1957-
Reg Arnold & Ferdinando Terruzzi (ITA) 1st



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Six Days of Ghent
 Gent is second only to Berlin for most Six Day races held in a particular city
2012- Glenn O'Shea & Iljo Keisse (BEL)

2006 race abandoned after death of  Isaac Gálvez of Spain rode into the barrier edging the outside of the track 
2005- Matthew Gilmore & Iljo Keisse (BEL)
2003- Matthew Gilmore & Bradley Wiggins (UK)
2001-  Matthew Gilmore & Scott McGrory
1999- Scott McGrory & Jimmi Madsen (SWE)
1997- Matthew Gilmore & Etienne De Wilde (BEL)
1994- Danny Clark &
Etienne De Wilde (BEL)
1990- Danny Clark & Roland Günther (GER)
1987- Danny Clark & Etienne De Wilde (BEL)
Nov23rd 1986- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR)
1982-
Danny Clark & Donald Allan

1979- Danny Clark & Donald Allan
1976-  Danny Clark & Donald Allan
1974- Graeme Gilmore & Julien Stevens (BEL)
1973- Graeme Gilmore & Patrick Sercu (BEL)
1958- Reginand Arnold  & Rik Van Looy (Bel)
1956- Reginald Arnold & Fernando Terruzi (ITA)


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Six Days of Grenoble
2009- Luke Roberts & Franco Marvulli (SUI)
2005- Matthew Gilmore & Iljo Keisse (BEL)
1994- Dean Woods & Jean-Claude Colotti (FRA)
1989- Danny Clark & Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle (FRA)
1980- Danny Clark & Bernard Thévenet (FRA)


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Six Days of London
2016- Cameron Meyer & Callum Scotson 3rd
1980- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 1st

1978- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 1st
1977- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 2nd
1969- Graeme Gilmore & William Lawrie 3rd
(London revived six-day racing in 1967 at Earls Court )
1952- Reginald Arnold & Alfred Strom 1st
1951- Reginald Arnold & Alfred Strom  2nd
May 28th 1939- Buckley & Ignat (FRA) led early
held at Wembley
May 22nd 1937-
Mar 29th 1931- Opperman & Lamb competed
Jul 22nd 1923- Jim Nagel & Anderson (SWE) 5th
Nagel had bad fall on last day
(First London Six Day held at Olympia Jul 17-22nd 1923)
Jun 12th 1879- Waller wins six days at Agricultural Hall
women's Six Days England
Jan 1896- Miss Harwood (ENG)
1890- Madame Serpolette (ENG)

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Six Days of Maastricht NED
since 1976
Dec 17-22th 2007- cancelled
2006- returned after a 19 years' absence
Dec 16th 1987- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
Dec18th 1985- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1984- Danny Clark & René Pijnen 1st
Gary Wiggins & Tony Doyle (GBR) 4th
1979- Danny Clark & Don Allan 1st

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Six Days of Madrid
1960-1986
1981- Donald Allan & Faustino Rupérez (ESP) 1st
1967- Ron Baensch & Sydney Patterson  3rd
1962- John Tressider & Tom Simpson (GBR) 3rd
1960- Ronald Murray & John Tressider 1st



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Six Days of Munich

2004- Matthew Gilmore & Scott McGrory 1st
2002- Matthew Gilmore & Scott McGrory 1st
Nov11th 1990- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
Nov8th 1988- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1981- Donald AllanDanny Clark 1st
1980- Donald Allan & Danny Clark 1st
1974- Graeme Gilmore & Sigi Renz (GER) 1st
1952- 
Alfred Strom & Ludwig Hörmann (GER) 1st
 

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Münster Six Day
1950- 1988
Oct 12th 1988- Danny Clark  & Tony Doyle 1st
1987- Danny Clark & Dietrich Thurau (GER) 2nd
1980- Danny Clark & Don Allan 1st
1977- Danny Clark  & Don Allan 1st


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Noumea Six
2000- Graeme Brown & Danny Clark 1st
1972- Danny Clark & Malcolm Hill 1st


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Six Days of New York

(Madison Square Garden's between 1899-1961)

1949- Reginald Arnold & Alfred Strom 1st
1932-
Reg McNamara & William Peden (CAN) 1st
1927- Reg McNamara &  Franco Giorgetti (ITA) 1st
1926-Reg McNamara & Franco Giorgetti (ITA) 1st
1924- Reg McNamara & Piet van Kempen(NED) 1st
1923- Alfred Goullet & Alfred Grenda 1st
1922- Reg McNamara & Alfred Grenda 1st

1921- Alfred Goullet & Maurice Brocco (FRA) 1st
Mar 13th 1920- Alfred Goullet & Jake Magin (USA) 1st
1919- Alfred Goullet &  Eddy Madden (USA) 1st
Dec 7th 1918- Reg McNamara & Jake Magin (USA) 1st
1917- Alfred Goullet & Jake Magin (USA) 1st
Dec 11th 1915- Alfred Grenda & Alfred Hill (USA) 1st
1914- Alfred Grenda & Alfred Goullet 1st
1911- 
Jack Clark & Joe Fogler (USA) 1st
Dec 11th 1909-
Jack Clark & Walter Rütt (GER) 1st
1903-
Ben Munroe & Robert Walthour USA 1st

1902- John Lawson (USA)  brother of Iver contracted pneumonia during New York six and died later at home
(individual six day races ceased in 1898)
Dec 12th 1896-
(first NY six was held in 1891 won by Plugger Martin)
(first US six was held in Minneapolis 1879)

Six Days of Atlantic City
1932- Reg McNamara & Xavier Van Slembroeck (USA) 2nd
1909-  Paddy Hehir & Eddy Root (USA) 1st


Louisville Six Days USA
1957- Alfred Strom & John Tresidder 1st
1935-G eorge Dempsey & Tommy Flynn (USA) 2nd


six days Montreal
Jun 28- Jul 1st 1978- Montreal Velodrome
Oct 18th 1930- Horas Horder & Lew Elder (CAN) 1st


Toronto Six Days

Oct 1932- Reg McNamara & Al Crossley (USA) 1st

Boston Six
1926- Harris Horder & Alec McBeath 1st
1916- Alfred GrendaAlfred Goullet 1st
Nov 6th 1914- Alfred Goullet & Fred Hill (USA) 1st


Buffalo Six Days SA

1915- 
Reg McNamara & Francesco Verri (ITA)



Chicago Six
first held 1915
Jan 14th 1929- Reg McNamara & G. Belloni (ITA) 1st
Feb 1925- Reg McNamara & Bob Walthour (USA)1st
Feb141925- Reg McNamara & Bob Walthour (USA)1st
1924- Al Grenda & Oscar Egg (SUI) 1st
1922- Alf Goullet &  Ernst Kockler 1st
Feb17 1917- Reg McNamara & Francesco Verri (ITA)
Feb 8th 1916- Reg McNamara & Bob Spears
1915- R.J McNamara & J.F. Moran 2nd
Frank Corry & Clarence Carman (USA) 3rd

Kansas City Six Days
Mar 1916- Reg McNamara & Eddie Madden (USA) 1st

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Six Days of Paris
(first held 1913)
Feb9th 1988- Danny Clark & Anthony Doyle (UK) 1st
1986- Danny ClarkBernard Vallet (FRA) 1st
1955-  Reg Arnold &
Sid Patterson & Russ Mockridge 1st
1928- Opperman 3rd  
(after original Italian Team mate quit, Opperman rode several hours until replacement partner was found)
1927-
Reginald McNamara & Emile Aerts (BEL) 1st
1913- Alf Goullet & Joe Fogler (USA) 1st


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Six Days of Rotterdam

Jan27th 1988- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (GBR) 1st
1987-
Danny Clark & Pierangelo Bincoletto (ITA) 1st
1986- Danny Clark & Francesco Moser (ITA) 1st
1985- Danny Clark & René Pijnen (NED) 1st
1981- Donald Allan & Danny Clark  1st
1978- Danny Clark &  René Pijnen (NED) `1st
1977-
Danny Clark & René Pijnen (NED) 1st


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Six Days of Zürich

2011-
 Glenn O'Shea & Silvan Dillier (SUI) 2nd
2001-  Matthew Gilmore & Scott McGrory & Daniel Schnider (SUI) 1st
1974-
Graeme Gilmore & Klaus Bugdahl (GER) 1st
1972-
 
Graeme Gilmore & Albert Fritz (GER) &
 Wilfried Peffgen (GER)
1st


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Six Days in Australia
(first Six days race in Australia held Dec 1881
at the Exhibition Building in Melbourne )


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Adelaide Six Days
Brisbane Six
Gold Coast Six Days
Launceston Six Days
Maryborough Six Days
Melbourne Six Days
Newcastle Six Days
Perth Six
Sydney Six
Townsville Six Days
Whyalla Six Days




Melbourne Six
1912-2016
Nov 5th 2016- - Kell O'brien & Mat Ross 1st
Jan 29th 1983- Gary Sutton & Shane Sutton 1st
Mar1st 1981- 
John Trevorrow & Paul Medhurst (GBR) 
Mar2 1980- Clyde Sefton & Peter Detongville 1st
Mar19 1979- Donald Allan & Hilton Clarke 1st
Jan 1970-
Bob Ryan & Luigi Roncaglia ( ITA)   1st
Mar15th 1969-  Ian Stringer  & Barry Waddell 1st
Mar1968- Leandro Faggin (ITA) & Dieter Kemper (GER)
Mar 1967- Dieter Kemper (GER) & Horst Oldenburg (GER)
Mar5th 1966- John Perry Ian Stringer 1st
Mar13th 1965-  Bill LawriePiet Van der Touw (NED)
1964- Leandro Faggin (ITA) & Ferdinando Terruzzi (ITA) 1st
1963-   Ronald Grenda & Sid Patterson 1st
1962- Ronald GrendaSydney Patterson 1st
Mar18th1961- 
John Young & Leandro Faggin  (ITA)  1st
Mar19 1960
- John Green & John Young
1st
Mar21 1959- Sid Patterson & Keith Reynolds 1st
Feb 20-26th 1927- abandoned
Dec 29th 1923-  
Mar 1st 1913- Don Kirkham & Bob Spears
Feb 25th 1912- Alf Goulet & P.Hehir  
(two man teams started in Australia in 1912)
1888- Sam Clarke (SCO)
Jun4th 1887- J.W Busst
Apr 30th 1887- Sam Clark
Feb 1885- Jack Rolfe the Victorian crack
Dec 1883- Jack Rolfe
Sep 23rd 1882- W.J Press champion of South Australia
Exhibition Building
Dec 10th 1881- Jack Rolfe
(New Pavilion, Nicholson Street, Melb)


Sydney Six Days
(1912-1974)
Nov 16th 1974- Danny Clark & Frank Atkins 1st
Oct 20th 1962- Ernest Corney  & Alan McLennanKeith Reynolds 1st
1961- John Green & John Young 1st
Nov 1959- Peter Panton & Sid Patterson 1st
Oct8th 1958-
Sid Patterson & Pete Brotherton (UK) 1st
Apr 13th 1944- Stan ParsonsHughie Smith 1st
Jan 3rd 1942- Bill Guyatt Jack Walsh 1st
Apr 20 1941- Bill Guyatt & Ray Brooking 1st
Jan 4th 1941- Bob Porter & Len Rogers 1st
Oct 7th 1939- Joe Buckley & Stan Parsons 1st
Dec 31 1938- Len Rogers & Joe Parmley
1st

(Australia's first indoor six days)
 Sydney Sports Ground
Apr 16th 1927- John Fitzgerald & Ken Ross 1st
Jan 2nd 1926- Ken Ross  & George Dempsey 1st
Dec 22nd 1925- George Dempsey & Ken Ross1st
Dec 29th 1923- Cecil WalkerFrank Corry
Dec30 1922-- Les Hammond & Ken Ross 1st
(8 hr per day Six day race)
Jan 3rd 1920-  A Grenda & F. Corry (USA)  2nd
behind Will Spencer & Chas Osterritter
(decided by the final sprint)
Jan 5th 1913- R.J. McNamara & Frank Corry 1st
Jan 6th 1912- Alfred Goullet & Paddy Hehir 1st
(Australia's first continuous six days)
Oct 28th 1882- Jack Rolf


Townsville Six
1962- Barry Lowe & Sid Patterson 1st


Brisbane 6 days
Aug 13th 1932- Richard Lamb & Jack Standen 1st
(Australia's 5th Six Day Race first on a board track)

Gold Coast Six Days

Dec31 1978- Steve Goodall & Scott Ramsey 1st
Dec31 1977- Don Blackman & Rob Blackman 1st
Dec31 1976- Steve Goodall & Scott Ramsey 1st
Dec31 1975-
Steve Goodall & Scott Ramsey 1st


Launceston Six
1961-1987
Feb 14th1987-  Tom Sawyer & Michael Grenda 1st
Mar19th 1986- Danny Clark & Tony Doyle (UK) 1st
Jan 11th 1984- Shane Sutton & Geoff Skaines 1st
Jan 8th 1983-
Gary & Shane Sutton 2nd
Jan9th 1982- Phil Sawyer  & Shane Sutton 1st
Mar 1st 1981- Wayne Hildred (NZL)  & Paul Medhurst (GBR)
Peter Delongville & David Allan 2nd
Jan 9th1980- Murray Hall & David Sanders 1st
Jan 13th 1979- Murray Hall  & David Sanders 1st
Jan 18th1978-  Frank Atkins   &  Laurie Venn 1st
Jan 28th1972- Kieth Oliver & Bob Whetters 1st
1971- Kieth Oliver & Ian Stringer 1st
Jan 13th1970-  Tony Kelleher  &  D. Richards 1st
Jan 11th1969- Kieth Oliver & Bob Whetters 1st
1968- Kieth Oliver & Bob Ryan 1st
                    Graeme Gilmore 3rd

1967- Graeme Gilmore & Sid Patterson
1966-    Ian Stringer  & John Perry 1st
               (Hubert Opperman started the 22 riders)
1965-  Ian Campbell  &  Barry Waddell 1st
1964-  Bill Lawrie  &  Peter Panton 1st
1963- Warwick Dalton (NZL) &  Giuseppe Ogna (ITA)
    Alan McLennan &  Bob Ryan 2nd
1962- John Young & John Green 1st
Feb4th1961- Fred Roche & Ron Grenda 1st
Launceston York Park Speedway


Adelaide Six
1960-1967
1967-  Sydney Patterson & Charly Walsh 1st
1965- 
Joe Ciavola  &  Leandro Faggin ( ITA) 1st
1963-  Sydney PattersonNino Solari (ITA) 1st
1962- Giuseppe Ogna (ITA) &   Nino Solari ( ITA) 1st
 Sydney Patterson & Dennis Patterson 2nd
1961-  Keith Reynolds  &  Colin Shaw 1st
Dec 3rd 1960- John Green & John Young 1st
Jun 24th 1882- Jack Rolfe
Adelaide Central Market



Six Days Perth
 1989 -
the year Perth Speed Dome indoor velodrome opened
  
1964- John YoungSydney Patterson 1st
1963-  Ian CampbellBarry Waddell 1st
1962- Ronald Murray  &  Enzo Sacchi (ITA) 1st
1961- Peter PantonClaus Stiefler 1st



Newcastle Six Days
1976-  David Allan  & Phil Sawyer 1st
Oct27th 1962- Sid Patterson & Dick Tressider
Nov 4th 1961-
Bob Jobson & Sid Patterson & John Tresidder 1st






Maryborough Six Days
1967- Sydney Patterson & Barry Waddell 1st
1962-
Ronald Murray & James Luttrell
1st
1961-  Bruce Cameron Clark  & Bob Ryan 1st



Whyalla Six Days

1968- Keith Oliver & Charly Walsh 1st
1967- Joe Ciavola & Barry Waddell 1st
1966- Bob Ryan & Sydney Patterson 1st