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'Like running a marathon': Shearers prepare to go head-to-head

Taylor Dodge
Updated April 16 2024 - 5:21pm, first published 3:30pm
Wagga Speed Shear Sport organiser Atareta Te Kanawa-Semenoff has made a few changes to this year's event. Picture by Les Smith
Wagga Speed Shear Sport organiser Atareta Te Kanawa-Semenoff has made a few changes to this year's event. Picture by Les Smith

For the first time, a women's-only category at the annual Wagga Speed Shear Sport event will see some of the world's best female shearers go head-to-head.

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Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge

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