Sophie Martin capped off a weird triathlon season with two gold medals at the NSW Academy Games.
It was the first time the Kinross student had competed at the event, which showcases some of the state's most talented emerging athletes.
Martin took home the gold in the Junior Women's (16-19 Years) triathlon and the Mixed Relay event as part of the Rest of State team.
She had to fight the whole way to do it as well.
"I'd trained pretty hard for it because beforehand I was training for All Schools and that got cancelled," she said.
"In the final race I came out second last in the swim and I just had to chase them down on the bike and the run," she said.
"I just had to try as hard as I could on the bike, because they were all working together so I had to try really hard to catch them down.
"I was a bit surprised that I'd caught up that much."
Although that may have been the last meeting for Martin's season, that doesn't mean she is going to lay off the fitness work.
"I'll keep on training. I'm focusing on a bit of running training at the moment with netball and that kind of stuff," she said.
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