A pair of Kamloops masters athletes won gold at nationals last weekend.
Miriam Cavani and Dwight Liburd competed in the Canadian Masters Athletics Indoor Track and Field Championships in Edmonton, which wrapped up on March 10.
Both Cavani and Liburd found the top of the podium in each of their events, and they set two new B.C. records.
Cavani won gold in high jump with a leap of 1.40 metres and set a B.C. record en route to gold in long jump with a distance of 4.24 metres.
Dwight Liburd won gold in long jump at 6.27 metres, also a new B.C. best and nine centimetres short of the national record, as well as gold in the 60-metre dash at 7.28 and in the 200-metre sprint at 24.37.
A number of Kamloops athletes are preparing for the World Masters Athletic Outdoor Track and Field Championship, which will take place in Toronto beginning in late-July.