Three Burnaby Striders club athletes came away with medals at the B.C. junior development track and field championships in Richmond last weekend.
Nima Parsakish won the 13-year-old boys' 1,500 metre racewalk, while 11-year-old Anna Parsakish took home a third-place medal in the girls' long jump with a leap of 3.99 metres.
Brendan Chandra won two throwing medals in field events at the weekend championships, winning bronze in both the shot put and discus. The 13-year-old Chandra put the shot 9.77m, while tossing the discus 27.73m.
Royal City Track and New West Spartans track clubs also produced winners at the three-day competition.
Spartan athlete Devin Strome won the 12-year-old girls' high jump with a leap of 1.40m.
Emily Chilton of Royal City won the 13-year-old girls' 2,000m in a time of 7: 19.78. Chilton also teamed up with Taylor Morrison, Brianna Bates and Amanda Scott for a bronze medal in the medley relay.
Nine-year-old Royal City jumper Katelyn StewartBarnett leaped 1.10m to take gold in the girls' high jump. She also raced to a silver medal in the 600m.
Jenevieve Patry-Smith, 11, won a trizzy of silver medals in field events, placing second in the girls' shot put, discus and javelin in her age class. Patry-Smith put the shot 8.46m, threw the discus 22.36m and tossed the spear more than 24m at the provincial meet.
Glowacki Tirus of the Spartans also had a multimedal weekend, winning a pair of silver medals in the 10-year-old boys' 60m hurdles and high jump.
Another 10-year-old, Michael Baxter of Royal City Track, won a silver medal in the javelin and a bronze in the shot put.