Sprinter Angus See leads the charge at the Australian Junior Track and Field Championships

SPRINTER Angus See led Ballarat’s medal haul at the Australian Junior Track and Field Championships in Sydney.

Ballarat Harriers athletes returned home with three medals.

He was one of three Ballarat relay gold medallists at the five-day meet.

He joined Darcy Edgerton (Eureka) in the Victorian team, which won the under-14 men’s 4x100m relay.

Liam Procaccino (Harriers) was the other Ballarat gold medallists, helping Victoria to victory in the under-18 4x400m relay.

See also earned silver and bronze medals.

He finished second in the under-14 men’s 200m and third in the under-14 men’s 400m.

To cap off his campaign, See was fourth in the 100m in his age group.

Eureka’s Annaliese Bush was also a multi-medallist.

She had thirds in the under-16 women’s 90m hurdles and triple jump.

For his multiple top-three finishes, including a relay gold medal, Angus See is the The Courier Sportz Biz Sports Star of the Week.

He receives a $50 voucher courtesy of Sportz Biz, Ballarat. 

Details on how to nominate someone you know are on the entry form below.

GOLD 

Darcy Edgerton (Eureka): under-14 men’s 4x100m relay

Angus See (Ballarat Harriers): under-14 men’s 4x100m relay

Liam Procaccino (Ballarat Harriers): under-18 4x400m relay

SILVER

Jack Davies (Eureka): under-20 men’s 5000m

Ashlea Bylsma (Wendouree): under-17 women’s long jump

Ella Squire (Wendouree): under-14 women’s triple jump

Angus See (Ballarat Harriers): under-14 men’s 200m

Grace O’Dwyer (Ballarat Harriers): under-16 women’s 4x100m relay

BRONZE

Annaliese Bush (Eureka): under-16 women’s 90m hurdles, under-16 women’s triple jump

Sam Williams (Wendouree): under-15 men’s 1500m

Angus See (Ballarat Harriers): under-14 men’s 400m

Callum Baker (YCW): under-20 men’s shot put

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