Armstrong on form
Dylan Armstrong is looking great ahead of the London Olympics.
The Kamloops shot putter won three gold medals in a five-day span last week.
He threw a season-best 21.44 metres to win the Hengelo Fanny Blankers-Koen track and field meet on Saturday, May 26, in the Netherlands.
Armstrong was twice-golden in the Czech Republic last week, winning the Turnov Ludvik Danek meet with a throw of 20.93 metres on Tuesday, May 22, and the Golden Spike meet in Ostrava with a 21.29-metre toss on Friday, May 25.
The 31-year-old will next be in action at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Ore., on Saturday, June 2.
Hammer thrower Sultana Frizell, 27, of the National Throws Centre in Kamloops needs to reach the B standard of 69 metres one more time in order to qualify for the Canadian Olympic team.