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May 2016

BLK confirms their famous open warehouse mid-year sale

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On the first weekend of June (Saturday and Sunday 4th and 5th respectively) BLK Sport’s global headquarters at the Gold Coast (16-18 Kingston Drive) will open their doors to the general public.

Millions of dollars of stock will be drastically slashed, with selected ranges up to 60-70% off.

But coming through the door ready to stock up on your favourite BLK Apparel and certain professional team ranges isn’t all we are offering over the big weekend.

Showtime FX rider Robbie Marshall, with nearly 30 years riding experience and international recognition (including stunt work on the multiple Academy Award winning Mad Max movie) will be performing two shows throughout the morning.

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BLK Sport proud to be part of the AFL’s Indigenous Round

When our six AFL clubs – The Western Bulldogs, Gold Coast Suns, Brisbane Lions, Adelaide Crows, GWS Giants and the Richmond Tigers - asked us to collaborate on designing the jerseys, BLK Sport recognised the great honour to be part of the process.

Not only does the Guernsey acknowledge the many players who have worn Indigenous colours, but allows us to pay homage to the traditional owners of the land when the teams run out to represent Australia’s first peoples.

Before 1788 Australia was populated only by the Indigenous people of Australia - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

In 1788 Aboriginal people inhabited the whole of Australia and Torres Strait Islanders lived on the islands between Australian and Papua New Guinea, in what is now called the Torres Strait. There were many different Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities made up of people who spoke different languages with various cultural beliefs, practices and traditions.

Before 1788 there were approximately 700 languages spoken throughout Australia with an estimated population of 750 000 people. Today Indigenous people make up 2% of the entire Australian population (about 410 000 people). The number of Aboriginal people has changed since European settlement because of the effects of removal of people from traditional lands and the impact of cities and towns on 
Populations.

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Boland Rugby signs with BLK for the 2016 season

BLK Sport is proud to announce that they have become the official apparel partner for South African rugby province Boland.

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