Friday, October 23, 2009

My Daughter's Medals



My World for this week is a bit late, but here is my Daughter Nyle with her Gold and Silver Medals that she won for Race Walking at The World Masters Games in Sydney Australia earlier this week. Silver for the 10kms and Gold for the 5kms her favoured race. She walked a Personal Best in both races.
Well done Nyle! To read more of her Race Walking click here.

18 comments:

Rosey Pollen said...

Wow! That is so awesome! You must be so proud of her.

rainfield61 said...

Congratulation!! She is now the star in your blog.

Stephanie V said...

She must be thrilled to have achieved not only medal finishes but personal bests as well. Good for her!!

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Congratulations to your daughter!

Cloudia said...

Congrats!!!!!!

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Nessa said...

Very well done, Nyle. Congratulations!

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wenn said...

congratulation..

Gillian said...

WOWZER! Fabulous...and congratulations. You must be bursting with pride.

claude said...

Congratulation to Nyle.
If I run too much I die !!!

Amrita said...

Congratulations to your daughter, she has made you and your country proud. I must find out more about race walking.

Marja said...

How fantastic You must be so proud
Congratulations

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Glennis: Congruation are in order for this neat happening both to you and her. Please pass it along.

roughterrain crane said...

Great! Congratulations

Gallicissa said...

Wow! What a proud mom you must be!!
She sure must a terrific athlete.

JM said...

Many congratulations to your daughter! You must be very proud!

merike said...

Well done, Nyle, congratulations!

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