Echuca runner Brady Threlfall and go-karter Shaun Costello are November 2013's Sportstar nominees.GEORDIE COWAN January 16, 2014 9:41am
Middle and long-distance Echuca runner Brady Threlfall is the senior November Sportstar of the Year winner.
The 26-year-old continued his impressive year, winning his fifth consecutive Sweat v Steam event in Echuca, finishing almost four minutes ahead of his nearest competitor.
He also won the Tungamah Ten Thousand event in a time of 30:45.
These efforts helped build him up to compete at the Zatopek:10 in December, where he placed 16th in the Australian 10km championships.
Echuca go-karter Shaun Costello was the November junior Sportstar of the year winner.
A terrific month saw him win two state titles.
He was victorious in the junior national heavy class at the South Australian Open Karting Championships in Adelaide and then won the junior national light class at the Tasmanian State Championships.
He had also finished runner-up at the two previous state titles in the junior national light class.
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