David Flynn came away with the Adult Male Sportsmanship Award from the Operation Trackshoes track and field meet in Victoria last month.
Flynn was one of nearly 50 members of the Duncan Wildcats to compete in the sports festival for athletes with developmental disabilities, held over three days at the University of Victoria. Nearly 700 competitors from across B.C. attended the annual meet. The Wildcats had 47 athletes entered in various events, including five runners in the 1500m race.
The Wildcats expressed their thanks to their coaches, and to their many sponsors, including the Duncan Kiwanis Club, Tim Hortons, Malahat Lions, and Wilson’s Transportation.