Talented Stawell athlete Bradley Carter has added another accolade to a growing resume after a fine win in the Little Athletics Victoria 800 metres handicap.
Carter claimed the win after qualifying for the final on Saturday morning with a win in his heat by 1.2 seconds.
Then in the afternoon, the versatile Stawell runner strode away to win the title off his 104-metre handicap in the under 18 race.
On Monday Stawell middle-distance runner Tommy Williams claimed a podium finish as he stormed home on the final lap.
In a field of 38 runners, Williams came off the fourth-last marker at 95 metres, but he timed his run to get a podium finish.
On Sunday afternoon Stawell sprinter Xander Gragasin won the first heat of the Stawell Times-News under-18 Boys Handicap 100 metres, qualifying him for the final.
In the final Gragasin ran an 11.32 giving him eighth overall.
In the Change Our Game Women's Gift there was a coupe of Grampians runners who tested their metal against the best with Caitlyn Nicholson from Moyston running a 16.03 and finishing fifth in her heat and Jessica Burns from Ararat running a 15.00 and finishing fourth in her heat.
In the Powercor Stawell Gift heats Halls Gap runner Eugene Read-Spinks ran a 12.93 and finished fifth in his heat.
Some of the Wimmera's youngest and fastest sprinters also gave it their best shot in the Little Athletics Victoria Boys' and Girls' 100-metre Handicap.
Darcy Venn from Stawell had a handicap of 15 metres and finished with a time of 13.16 and fifth in her heat against girls as old as 15.
In heat 7 Horsham's Acacia Blake dug deep off her 14-metre mark to finish fifth in her heat, while Stella and Adele Tucker finished just metres apart in heat 8 with times of 13.21 and 13.40 respectively.
In the boys, Noah Lyons from Stawell was pipped at the post and finished third with a time of 11.99 off his mark of 6.75 metres.
Thomas Naylor from Horsham also finished third in his heat with a time of 12.42 with Stawell's Kynan Stasinowsky just behind.
Stawell Bradley Carter also finished third with a time of 12.07 as he came off his 5.5 metre mark.
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