Matti Erickson of Nelson’s Kootenay Chaos Track Club set his second BC provincial record last weekend at the BC Club Championships in Kamloops.

Erickson brothers clean up at club championships

Matti Erickson of Nelson’s Kootenay Chaos Track Club set his second BC provincial record this past weekend...

Matti Erickson of Nelson’s Kootenay Chaos Track Club set his second BC provincial record last weekend at the BC Club Championships in Kamloops. This time he ran a new record in the 1200m race.

Earlier this season he set a new provincial record in the 800m. He also came home with gold medals in the 80m hurdles, 200m hurdles, and won the 800m race and added a silver in the 300m and a bronze in the 100m dash.

Matti’s brother Mitchell won gold in the nine-year-old boys 1000m race and was the silver medalist in the 600m run.

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