Chilliwack track athletes star in Surrey

Chilliwack Track and Field Club competitors earned three bronze medals at the Olympic Junior meet at Bear Creek Park.

Kailea Fuller scored double bronze at the Junior Olympics Track and Field meet, held May 16-17 in Surrey.

The Chilliwack Track and Field Club athlete competed in five events at Bear Creek Park.

The 12 year old placed third in discus with a throw of 16.25 metres.

She was third in shot-put with a mark of 6.09 m.

Fuller also competed in long jump (2.49m), the 100m dash (16.87 seconds) and 200m dash (36.08s).

Alivia Wichmann earned bronze in the nine year old girls shot put with a throw of 3.79m. She finished fifth in the high jump (0.75m) and long jump (2.28m).

Vanessa Geary competed in the 11 year old girls division, tackling the long jump (2.91m) and 100m dash (15.51s).

11 year old Theo Smith finished his 100m dash in 15.69s.

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