Champoux is a BC Games champ

Megan Champoux has returned from the BC Games with a bevy of medals.

Megan Champoux with her BC Games medal haul.

Megan Champoux has returned from the BC Games with a bevy of medals.

At the BC Games in Nanaimo she won the Silver in high jump, Gold in the 80m hurdles, Silver in the 4 x 400 relay, Gold in the 200 m hurdles, and set a new BC Games record.

Megan is 14 years old and lives in Aldergrove.

She trains with the Langley Mustangs track and field club. This is her fifth season with the club.

Megan won all her events at the trials for her zone back in May.

This was her second time to the BC Games. In 2012 she competed in equestrian show jumping where she received a Gold and Silver medal.

Megan just recently has been named to the BC provincial team for the national championships that will be held in Langley in August at McLeod Athletic Park. She will be competing in the pentathlon at that championship.

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