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Huge medal haul for Langley athletes

Langley Mustangs’ Kekeli Diaba (centre) competes with  Divjot Pataria (left) and Brendan Luccock during the 10-year-old boys’ 100m finals at the Langley Mustangs’ Pacific Invitational held June 15 to 17 at McLeod Athletic Park. Diaba finished fifth. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Langley Mustangs’ Kekeli Diaba (centre) competes with Divjot Pataria (left) and Brendan Luccock during the 10-year-old boys’ 100m finals at the Langley Mustangs’ Pacific Invitational held June 15 to 17 at McLeod Athletic Park. Diaba finished fifth.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

It was a strong showing for Langley track and field athletes of all ages.

Competing at the Langley Pacific Open Invitational, which was hosted by the Langley Mustangs at McLeod Athletic Park June 15-17, dozens of local athletes managed to find the podium.

Gold — Mireya Klassen (600m); Mya Ellis (high jump); Caleb Kastelein (high jump); Felix Allen (high jump); Natalie Monro (high jump, long jump); Rosie Johnson (1000m); Meghan Champoux (1200m, 2000m); Tanika Dolfo (hammer throw); Lauryn Cheung (pole vault); Nathan King (100m, 300m); Nick Colyn (1200m, 2000m, 1500m steeplechase); Adam Marshall (3000m,. 2000m steeplechase); Maxwell Hanna (javelin); Ashley Windsor (200m); Fiona Benson (800m); Andrea Robinson (400m hurdles); Adam Osborne (pole vault); Tiffany Perkins (javelin); Jarid Vaughan (100m, 200m); Hannah Beaton (heptathlon); Dustin Walsh (400m run ambulatory).

Silver — Natalie Hygard (high jump); Holly Harrison (60m hurdles); Caleb Kastelein (1000m); Natalie Monro (100m, 200m, 60m hurdles); Brooke Mussche (1000m); Kalea Leighton (long jump); Josh Rabie (javelin); Meghan Champoux (200m hurdles); Brooke Hoolsema (1200m, 800m); Luke Chalk (long jump, javelin); Rachel Trummier (high jump); Tanika Dolfo (javelin); Nathan King (200m, high jump); Hannah Rolfe (high jump); Brittni Wolczyk (discus, javelin); Teagan Rasche (hammer throw); Jessica Tan (pole vault); Ethan Wilkinson (200m, 400m); Sam Gillis (2000m steeplechase); Andrea Robinson (100m hurdles); Gabe Marsholak (100m); Stephen Humphrey (100m); Kyle Nielsen (javelin).

Bronze — Mireya Klassen (long jump); Mya Ellis (600m); Paige Champoux (shot put); Holly Harrison (long jump, shot put); Nathan Demian (1000m, javelin); Caleb Kastelein (600m, 60m hurdles, javelin); Brooke Mussche (600m); Teagan Richardson (60m hurdles); Daphne Stams (javelin); Brooke Hoolsema (300m); Makenna Dietrich (high jump); Jared Klassen (discus); Caroline Gillespie (100m, 200m hurdles, high jump, discus); Nathan King (long jump); Nathan Gregory (200m hurdles); Hannah Rolfe (100m); Teagan Rasche (javelin): Daniel Pavlic (300m); Jasmine Grant (200m); Georgie Antle (javelin); Eli Kastelein (300m hurdles); Allison Gallaugher (heptathlon).

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