Aston Wins European Youth Champs Sprint

Aston Key has proved himself faster than the top Europeans in his age group, by winning M18 at the European Youth Champs, in the Sprint race.  Aston won by 6 seconds, which is quite a margin over the Sprint distance.  It was a great race for Australia, with Angus Haines placing 21st, and Zoe Melhuish placing 27th.

After this competition, Aston joins fellow Vics Patrick Jaffe and Asha Steer at JWOC in Hungary.

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