Georgia Ellenwood placed 10th over the weekend in the women’s pentathlon at the 2016 IAAF world indoor track and field championships.
The Langley woman scored 4,324 points. The event was won by fellow Canadian athlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton who scored 4,881 points.
“I was a little flat with NCAA’s last weekend,” she said. “I didn’t have huge expectations coming in, just wanted to come in and see what I can do. I wanted to soak in the atmosphere and just learn from the experience.”
Ellenwood, 20, now returns to the University of Wisconsin for the outdoor track and field season.