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Lord Tweedsmuir athletes pick up medals at provincial track and field championships

Amanda Moore, left, Sedonda Arabsky, Praise Osifo and Kayla Kim of Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary pose with their gold medals after winning the 4X100 relay at the 2014 B.C. High School Track and Field Championships. - Contributed
Amanda Moore, left, Sedonda Arabsky, Praise Osifo and Kayla Kim of Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary pose with their gold medals after winning the 4X100 relay at the 2014 B.C. High School Track and Field Championships.
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With 32 athletes in competition, it was a record showing for Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary at the 2014 B.C. High School Track and Field Championships in Langley.

Seven Tweedy athletes picked up medals, including a gold in the 4X100 relay for Grade 8 students Amanda Moore, Sedonda Arabsky, Praise Osifo and Kayla Kim.

Jonny Chwaklinski, Kenzo Los, Alan Wu, Colton Sayshely and Zach Winteringham ran off with silver in the 1X100 relay. Kenso Los also earned silver in the 100m.

Sedona Arabsky also earned silver in shotput. Bronze medals went to Ben Ingvaldson (shotput) and Amanda Moore in the 100m and 200m races.

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