Natasha Key Wins Gold at WMOC – updated

Congratulations to Natasha Key for winning her third consecutive World Masters Sprint Championships today in Copenhagen!  Natasha only competed in the WMOC sprint this year, and has now travelled to Hungary to cheer for Aston at JWOC which commenced on 9th July.

The other Victorian results were:
Warren Key- 10th (M55A)
Tony Radford- 13th (M70A)
Alison Radford- 32nd (W65A)
Peter Dalwood- 11th (M70B)
Blair Trewin- 39th (M45B)
Pamela King- 44th (W65B)
David Knight- 49th (M60C)
Geoff Hudson- 13th (M65C)
Schon Hudson- 47th (W65C)
Greg Tamblyn- 35th (M60D)

 

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