Five medals for Chilliwack sprinter

Chilliwack Track and Field Club

Nikki Gregory turned in a dominant performance at Kelowna’s Jack Brow Track Meet, taking two gold, two silver and a bronze last weekend. The 11-year-old Chilliwack Track and Field Club athlete finished first in the 200 metre dash with a time of 29.59 seconds.

She added another first in the 600m with a time of 1:54.49.

Gregory earned double silver in the 60m (8.96s) and 100m (14.76s) dashes and scored bronze in the long jump with a leap of 3.52m.

Tasha Willing competed in the 13-year-old girls division, earning a pair of second place finishes.

Willing threw the discus 27.65m and recorded a toss of 9.12m in the shot-put.

She placed fourth in the javelin with a throw of 21.19m.

In the same division, Afton Servatius earned a first place finish in the 100m dash with a time of 13.87s. She placed second in the 200m with a time of 28.54s.

Ryan Higuchi competed in the 14-year-old boys division, taking gold in the long jump (4.90m).

He placed fifth in the 100m dash, clocking in at 13.96s.

Delaney Belknap was busy in the 12-year-old girls group.

She earned bronze in the long jump with a leap of 4.04m, finishing fifth in both the 800 and 1200m runs. She placed eighth in the 300m, 12th in the 100m and 14th in the 200m.

Caitlin Geary competed against 15-year-old girls, finishing fifth in both the 100 and 300m dashes.

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