Kyabram's Riley Ironside won gold at the Victorian Little Athletics championshipsApril 2, 2014 4:36am
Kyabram’s Riley Ironside has completed a stellar athletics season with a gold medal at the Victorian Little Athletics Track and Field Championships.
Representing Kyabram Little Athletics, Riley finished first in the under-12 boys high jump with a 1.62
The jump also gave him a new personal best, beating his previous high mark by 10
It was a close competition and Riley cleared the bar on his final attempt to win gold, with his nearest competitor unable to match him with his last jump.
Riley had a busy weekend of competition as he also qualified for championships in the 70
He produced a great run to finish fifth in the 70
In highly competitive fields he finished 10th in the 100
His weekend performances completed a season where he broke nine Kyabram Little Athletics club records.
Three other Kyabram athletes also qualified for the Victorian championships.
Kalab Ford ran a new personal best time of 1:08.19 to finish 17th in the under-12 boys 400
Thomas Burnett finished 12th in the under-12 boys shot put and 19th in the discus and Madeline Hall finished 22nd in the under-13 girls shot put.
Kyabram little Athletics will have its annual meeting on Tuesday, April 29 starting at 7
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