Albury athlete Logan Sandland holds the title of Victoria's best thrower after winning all of his events in the 14 years age group at the Victorian All Schools Track and Field Championships.
Sandland, representing Catholic College Wodonga, competed at the School Sport Victoria Championships to qualify for the all schools event and did it in style.
The young gun broke the state record for the discus with a throw of 47.16m and added a shot put of 17.01m to his growing list of achievements.
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Held over two weekends at Melbourne's Tom Kelly Athletics Track, Sandland opened his championship with an impressive throw of 45.30m in the discus to claim the gold.
He then returned the following weekend and again starred, winning the javelin with a throw of 39.29m and the shot put with an effort of 16.59m, before finishing the championship with gold in the hammer throw with 61.05m, narrowly missing the state record by 8cm.
Sandland will now set his sights on the national championships in Perth in December, where he will represent Victoria in all throwing events against the best in Australia.
Meanwhile, Albury Little Athletics Centre has again proved it is one of the strongest on the Border with a series of top results at the recent Northern Country Region Relay Carnival.
Athletes brought home 20 medals out of the 24 events they contested, including every event in the under-nines, with nine teams qualifying for the state championships at Cranbourne on December 14.