User:Hack

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Hack
Wikipedia editor

‣ About me

Australian-based.

‣ My work here

Mostly focused on sport. Known to randomly edit anything from Bangladeshi roads to Uruguayan footballers.

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To 15 August 2014 I have created 529 articles - my first article was Bernd Stange in January 2006. Most of my articles are about historical sporting figures, generally focussing on association football or Australian rules football.

Articles created by User:Hack on the English Wikipedia

Did You Know?

I am an occasional Did you know contributor

Did you know...

  • ... that the Michelides Tobacco Factory became an ice cream factory after the decline of the Western Australian tobacco industry? - 7 February 2014
  • ... that university professor Brian Dawson is a successful Australian rules football coach? - 14 October 2012
  • ... that a bank robbery led to a career in bowls for Steve Glasson? - 22 September 2012
  • ...that Australian Olympic swimmer Garrick Agnew worked his passage from Brisbane to Vancouver in the engine room of a freight ship?" - 12 August 2012
  • ...that the Ballarat Miners introduced a women's team to the club in 2000? - 22 July 2012
  • ...that André Watson holds records for refereeing the greatest number of finals in the Currie Cup and Super Rugby? - 9 September 2011
  • ...that although Australian soccer player Kris Trajanovski only scored in three matches for his country, he scored three hat-tricks? - 31 March 2011
  • ...that Major League Baseball player and former fireman Len Koenecke was beaten to death with a fire extinguisher? - 27 December 2010
  • ...that 17 years after an aircraft crash killed most of the Zambia national football team, the Zambian government is yet to release a report on the crash? - 22 November 2010
  • ...that a fine for skinny dipping led Bill Slater into a legal career? - 28 June 2010
  • ...that Clarrie Isaacs, one of the founders of the Aboriginal Provisional Government, travelled to Libya on what he claimed was a valid Aboriginal passport but was denied re-entry to Australia with it? - 1 June 2010
  • ...that in 2008 Australian judge Betty King referred to herself as the "queen of banning things"? - 12 May 2010
  • ... that Uruguayan footballer Vladas Douksas' father was a Lithuanian shopkeeper? - 25 December 2009
  • ... that at least seven members of the Scottish Argentine Brown family have played international football for Argentina? - 23 December 2009
  • ... that a Glasgow-born railway engineer, John Harley, was responsible for revolutionizing the way Uruguay played football? - 14 December 2009
  • ... that Uruguayan Isabelino Gradín won South American championships in both football and track and field athletics? - 1 December 2009
  • ... that Glenn James is the only Indigenous Australian to umpire top grade Australian rules football? - 24 November 2009
  • ... that high school dropout Esther Reed studied at Harvard University under an assumed name? - 4 October 2009
  • ... that World Cup winning soccer player José Andrade once played drums in a carnival band? - 18 September 2009
  • ...that after his company struck oil, William Walkley stopped traffic in the middle of Sydney, Australia, wearing a red ten gallon hat? - 14 July 2009
  • ...that Dr Delano Meriwether won the 100 yard event at the 1971 Amateur Athletics Union championships wearing a hospital shirt, swimming trunks and gold suspenders (braces)? - 13 March 2009

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