The Province Percy Williams Indoor Games is the perfect launching pad for young athletes to discover their potential as they mature. A good example is Conor Loughnane of Victoria who competed at the Richmond Olympic Oval a year ago as a 13 year old. Now 14 years of age, Conor made a mark at the Vancouver Sun Harry Jerome Indoor Games in February where he won the 300m in 38.98 and the 600m in 1:29.59 setting meet records for U16 division. He was named the outstanding performer in that division. He returns to the Richmond Olympic Oval this Saturday to compete in the U16 200m and 400m.
Conor will face strong competition from Carson Bradley of Kajaks TFC who has bests of 38.10 for 300m and 53.08 for 400m. These events will be the first step to the BC High School Championships in early June in Nanaimo.
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