Teenager rewarded with medal at third bid

Mikaela Woodward. Photo: Inga Williams / The Satellite
Mikaela Woodward. Photo: Inga Williams / The Satellite Inga Williams

PROMISING young athlete Mikaela Woodward is walking tall since returning from the Australian Junior Athletics Championships in Perth.

This is especially so since leaving the competition with a bronze medal around her neck.

The 13-year-old claimed third place in the under-15 3000m race walk event with a time of 15:43.16.

Having competed in the national championships twice before, Mikaela said third place had been her best result so far.

"When I competed last year, I placed fifth," the Jindalee teen said.

"I didn't manage to break any personal bests this time."

"But I'm still really happy to have won a medal."

Since first taking up the sport more than seven years ago, Mikaela has made a big impression on the track, winning six consecutive state age group titles.

She said her sights were now on representing Australia at the 2015 World Youth Championships in Colombia.



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