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Pat Hawkins (cyclist) was born on 22 May, 1921 in Australia, is a cyclist. Discover Pat Hawkins (cyclist)’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 70 years old?

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Age 70 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 22 May 1921
Birthday 22 May
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Date of death 13 February 1991
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Nationality Australia

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In February 1942, aged 20 years old, she claimed the world record for “Distance covered in a year” with a ride of 45,402.8 miles (73,068.7 km), but one week later her claim was disallowed due to “irregularities in the log sheets”.

In February 1942 Hawkins completed a 45,402.8 miles (73,068.7 km) ride in Perth, despite having missed seven weeks’ riding because of injury, illness, and her mother’s death. The press had reported throughout her 12-month campaign, comparing her milestones to those of the world record set by L.I. Billie Dovey, the English Keep Fit Girl. To wit, “after ten weeks [Hawkins] had recorded 7,302.8 miles (11,752.7 km) compared to Mrs Dovey’s 5,238 miles (8,430 km).” Hawkins surpassed Dovey’s record 29,899 miles (48,118 km) after 36 weeks, three days, one hour and 20 minutes and then raised the record by another 15,503 miles (24,950 km) over the final 16 weeks. The endeavour was sponsored by Bruce Small Pty Ltd.


On 13 March 1940 Hawkins set the “World 1,000-mile record” in Perth, having ridden the 1,000 miles (1,600 km) distance in 4 days, 8 hours and 7 minutes, cutting 9 hours 53 minutes off the record set by Valda Unthank of Hastings, Victoria.

On Sunday 17 March 1940 Hawkins, only 12 months into her cycling career, set the “World Seven Days record” in Perth, having ridden 1,546.8 miles (2,489.3 km) to surpass the previous best (1,438.4 miles (2,314.9 km)) set by Unthank. Hawkins also broke the West Australian records for one, two, three, four, five, six and seven days, plus surpassing the Australian professional men’s record of Ossie Nicholson. Hawkins completed the ride in front of a huge crowd outside the Malvern Star headquarters in Hay Street and was greeted by H. Millington, Minister for Works. Unthank sent her public messages of congratulations.


Eleanor Patricia Hawkins (22 May 1921 – 13 February 1991), better known as Pat Hawkins, was an Australian endurance cyclist from Victoria Park, Perth. In 1940, aged 18 and only 12 months into her cycling career, she set world records for “1,000 miles” and “Seven days”. She also set the Australian records for distance travelled in one, two, three, four, five, six and seven days, plus surpassing the Australian professional men’s record.

Hawkins was born in North Fremantle, Western Australia in May 1921. She married William James Kelly in 1941 and died in Perth in February 1991 at the age of 69.