Garry Flood

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Garry Flood
Personal information
Nationality Australia
Date of birth1952
Place of birth   
Current club information
Career statusRetired
Career history
Crewe Kings1972
Individual honours
Team honours
 
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Garry Flood
Personal information
Nationality Australia
Date of birth1952
Place of birth   
Current club information
Career statusRetired
Career history
Crewe Kings1972
Individual honours
Team honours

Garry Flood (born 1952) is an Australian former motorcycle speedway rider who rode in Britain for Crewe Kings in 1972.

Flood rode in Britain in 1972, initially for Leicester Lions, joint top scoring in a match against Peterborough Panthers, but riding most of the season with Crewe Kings, for whom he averaged over eight points from 41 matches, including ten paid maximum scores.[1] He also had rides in the top division with Swindon Robins, King's Lynn Stars, and Wolverhampton Wolves, and represented Australasia in a series against England in 1972. 1972 proved to be his only season in British speedway, Flood returning to Australia at the end of the year.[1] In 1973 he rode in Australia for Victoria.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Jones, Alan (2010) Speedway in Leicester: The Lions Roar, Automedia, p. 165
  2. ^ Christensen, Phillip (1973) "Cup Rider Leads Challenge", Sydney Morning Herald, 15 February 1973, p. 15, retrieved 2012-03-16