Island Track & Field Championships Crown Winners Thursday

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With Photos By Christian J. Stewart – ISN

Victoria (ISN) – The 2012 Vancouver Island High School Track & Field Championships wrapped up Thursday with the finals in many events taking place at the Centennial Stadium track at the University of Victoria.

ISN Photographer Christian J. Stewart was once agian on hand for the morning’s events and offers the following images.  The full set of Christian’s images from both days of the event can be found at http://christianjstewart.zenfolio.com/p274424449

 

track & field,island sports news,christian j. stewart,adam betz,long jump,photo,island championships track & field,island sports news,christian j. stewart,mitch knippleberg,long jump,photo,island championshipsDover Bay’s Adam Betz (left) and Cowichan’s Mitch Knippelberg (right) give it all they’ve got in the Senior Boys High Jump Thursday (Photos by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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Competitors in the Junior Girl’s 1500 metres round turn 1 during the first lap of their race Thursday (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN)
 

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The Junior Boys 1500 metre race saw the lead change between Frances Kelsey’s Eric Hartford (left) and Oak Bay’s Adam Walton (right), with both runners finishing at 4:51.20 and Walton being decided the winner with a photo finish.
 

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Competitors in the Senior Girl’s 1500 metres jockey for position at the start of their race Thursday (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).


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Nanaimo District’s Miryam Basset (143) eventually pulled away from the pack to win the Senior Girl’s 1500 metres Thursday (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).


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Quamichan’s Chicago Bains is in perfect form as she anchor’s the team’s win in the Bantam Girl’s 4 x 100 metre relay Thursday. Bains would also set a record earlier in the Bantam Girl’s 80 metre hurdles (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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Oak Bay’s Taylor Chan gives it everything in the final leg of the Bantam Boy’s 4 x 100 metre relay.  Chan’s efforts would seal the victory for his team (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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Oak Bay’s Nick Taylor (left) and John Stokes (right) make a perfect exchange on the way to their win in the Junior Boy’s 4 x 100 metre relay Thursday. Stokes would also set a record earlier in the Junior Boy’s 300 metre hurdles (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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Frances Kelsey’s Tia Baker (left) and Jamie Ashcroft (right) make the final exchange in their team’s Vancouver Island record setting win in the Senior Girl’s 4 x 100 metre relay. Baker was also victorious in the 100 and 200 metre races and was named the meets most inspirational athlete (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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Oak Bay’s Crosby Stewart takes his team home to victory in the Senior Boy’s 4 x 100 metre relay (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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Oak Bay’s Nick Taylor (left) cruised to victory in the Junior Boy’s 400 metres, while Mt. Doug’s Brianna Perry (right) was victorious in the Junior Girl’s 100 metres (Photos by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).


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Oak Bay’s Bree Neale cruises to the win in the Junior Girl’s 400 metres (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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Dover Bay’s Sean McKenzie (centre) would come away with the win in the Senior Boys 400 metres (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).
 

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The Bantam Boys 100 metre race was a close one between Wellington’s Charlie Andrews (left), Lambrick’s Jesse Mycock (centre) and Mount Prevost’s Cain Melchior (right), with Melchior prevailing (Photo by Christian J. Stewart – ISN)
 

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Reynold’s Alex Hendra-Brown (left) and Lambrick Park’s Lucas Dellabough (right) won the Junior and Senior Boy’s 100 metre races Thursday (Photos by Christian J. Stewart – ISN).

See the full set of images from both days of the event can be found at http://christianjstewart.zenfolio.com/p274424449

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