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Revelstoke's Chris Andrews named one of B.C.'s track & field athletes of the year

Chris Andrews with his gold and silver medals from the B.C. Summer Games. He also won a bronze at the Canadian Youth Athletics Championships in August. - Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review file photo
Chris Andrews with his gold and silver medals from the B.C. Summer Games. He also won a bronze at the Canadian Youth Athletics Championships in August.
— image credit: Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review file photo

Revelstoke thrower Chris Andrews was named one of the track & field Athletes of the Year by B.C. Athletics.

Andrews, 15, had a banner year with the Revelstoke Secondary School and BC Track track & field teams.

At the BC Athletics Provincial Championships he won gold in the hammer throw and shot put and bronze in discus.

At the BC Games in July, he won gold in hammer thrown and silver in shot put. Those results earned him a spot on the B.C. team for the Canadian Youth Athletic Championships in August.

There, he won bronze in the shot put and finished fourth in the discus and hammer throw.

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