KELLY Ruddick continues to dominate Victorian racewalking.
Ruddick, of Ballarat Harriers, added another two state titles to her expansive list of achievements on the track and road at Middle Park on Saturday.
She raced away with the Victorian Open Women’s 10-kilometre Championship, and in doing so also secured the masters title.
Ruddick was in a class of her own.
She covered the 10km in 47 minutes, seven seconds.
Michelle Laufer (52.51) was more than five minutes back in second position, with Ballarat YCW’s Sarah Brennan third in 54.33.
Brennan’s time was a personal best.
Ruddick has won a string of state open and masters championships on the track and road, with Saturday’s effort being a defence of titles.
Ruddick also took first place in the 5km walk with a time of 23:41:45.
On the homefront, youngster Alanna Peart produced a personal best to take out the Ballarat Racewalkers’ Club Benita van Raaphorst Memorial 3km Handicap on Sunday.
The eight-year-old took 3.11 off her previous best time to clock 18.16.
Ross Darlow, 13, also walked a PB of 15.59 to get second ahead of Rodney Davis, who was third in a PB of 19.36.
Josh Dillon had the fastest time of 14.14 in the handicap.
3km handicap: Alanna Peart 18.16 PB, Ross Darlow 15.59 PB, Rodney Davis 19.36 PB, Jemma Peart 18.10, Olivia Davis 24.49, Sarah Brennan 15.58, Emily Crowley 21.29 (debut), Kobie Somerfield 18.12, Josh Dillon 14.14, Lee Govan 19.27, Bailey Ohlsen 32.43 2km: Shae Ohlsen 16.13
1km: Mia Darlow 7.30 PB, Oliver Watts 7.30 (debut)