Javelin thrower Curtis Moss inched closer to the Olympic A standard needed to earn a spot on Canada's Summer Games team.
Moss threw the javelin 81.21 metres to win the men's final at the Victoria International Track Classic on June 12.
The throw was a personal best for the 25-year-old Burnaby Central Secondary grad, who had PB'ed earlier in the week, winning the Harry Jerome meet with a B standard throw of 80.43m.
Moss needs to throw 82m to earn an A standard to be considered for selection to Canada's national track and field team for the London Olympics.
Queensborough motocross rider Spencer Knowles moved into a top10 position on the Canadian national racing circuit following a fourth-place overall finish at Wild Rose Park in Calgary on Sunday.
The 19-year-old Knowles placed third on a Yamaha in the second race of the day after an eighth-place finish in the opening event.
Earlier in the month, Knowles opened the ninestop series in Nanaimo with a runner-up finish on the Wastelands circuit.
Knowles is in Edmonton this week for Round 4.
AWARD OF MERIT
Burnaby Edmonds resident Doug Ross was a recent recipient of an Award of Merit from B.C. Soccer at the association's recent annual awards.