Australian discus champion Benn Harradine has promised a night of surprises this evening when he throws before a hometown crowd at the Hunter Track Classic in Newcastle.
Harradine, 29, who has already thrown a qualifying distance for the London Olympics, will add some spice to the event when he takes on former world women's champion Dani Samuels
in a special challenge.
Harradine, who has thrown in the past wearing a tuxedo, said he had another unusual suit to wear for the competition.
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