TYLER KOSTIUK OF Highland won his second straight B.C. senior men's javelin championship at the May 28-30 provincial meet in Langley.

Tyler Kostiuk wins B.C. javelin title

Second straight year for Highland student-athlete to triumph at provincial T&F meet

Tyler Kostiuk captured his second straight senior men’s javelin championship at the B.C. High School Track & Field Championships, held May 28-30 in Langley.

The Highland Secondary student-athlete tossed the spear 56.70m to take the gold medal over runner-up Jordan Ellingson of Maple Ridge Christian School, who threw 53.98m.

It was the second double-double of the season for Kostiuk, who also defended his Vancouver Island title earlier in May at Victoria.

Julia Alexander of Highland just missed a podium appearance in two events, finishing fourth in both Grade 8 girls 400m and 800m.

Ryosuke Katsuraki of G.P. Vanier came within seconds of qualifying for the senior men’s 110m hurdles finals, finishing ninth in qualifying.


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