They may have been young but not so restless following a good showing at last month’s B.C. Athletics Junior Development championships in Surrey.
Members of the Royal City Track and Field Club collected a number of big results, including twin golds for Ava Forsyth.
The nine-year-old middle distance runner topped her division with first-place results in both the 600- and 1000-metre events, the latter including a personal best. She also placed fifth in the 60m hurdles.
Mikyle Sayani won the 60m hurdle as well as bronze in long jump, while registering a fourth-place mark in the 600m race.
Also bringing home medals were 12-year-old Levi Tuura, a silver in the high jump, while Kate Bowles earned bronze in the 13-year-old division hammer throw. The girls’ medley relay for 13-year-olds picked up silver.
Here are more RCTFC results from the meet: 9 yr old – Abby Brolin, 8th 60m; Ava Forsyth, 1st 600, 1000m, 5th 50mH; Marek Laga, 4th60mH, 5th 600m; Maresa Loconte, 7th s/p, HJ, 8th 60mH; Mikhyle Sayani, 1st 60mH, 3rd LJ, 4th 600m, 7th 100m. 11 yr olds – Noah Brolin, 4th s/p; Indira Chiang, 4th s/p, 5th HJ, 6th 60m, 8th 100m; Mahmoud Mballany, 4th 60, 100m, 5th 60mH; Markus Savela, 5th javelin. 12 yr olds – Nicole Blatherwick, 4th HT; Kairo Chiang, 4th 80mH, 5th 200m, 7th LJ, 100m; Levi Tuura, 2nd HJ, 6th s/p. 13 yr olds – Emily Bowles, 4th 800, 1200m; Kate Bowles, 3rd HT, 7th javelin; Cameron Dewith, 4th 2000m.