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Team Manitoba adds bronze medal

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Team Manitoba added another bronze medal to its list at the 2011 Western Canada Summer Games in Kamloops late Sunday when Paul Rydberg finished third in the decathlon with 5,223 points, behind Thomas Craig of Alberta (6,444) and Saskatchewan’s Cole Digel (5,858).

Graham Woo, also of Manitoba finished fourth with 5,222 points.

Manitoba’s medal count now stands at one gold, one silver and five bronze. British Columbia leads (12-9-9), Alberta is second (10-9-11), and Saskatchewan third (6-9-6).

Rydberg’s scores in the 10 disciplines were: 100 metres, 11.48 seconds; long jump, 6.25 metres; shot put 11.20 metres; high jump, 1.69 metres; 400 metres, 52.83; 110 metre hurdles, 15.91; discus, 29.0 metres; pole vault, 3.20 metres; javelin, 46.57 metres; 1,500 metres, 4:59.84.

 

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