THE running career of Cambewarra's Cristine Suffolk shows no signs of slowing down after another dominant performance on the international stage, this time at the Oceania Masters Athletics Championships.
The 49-year-old claimed three gold and one silver medal at the Mackay event, held from August 31 to September 7.
Suffolk, competing in the 45 year women's division, opened her championships with a gold in the 5000m, finishing with a time of 21:46.50 - edging out Joanna Bailey (22:03.21) for the crown.
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The Victory Runners athlete then finished second in the 8km race by clocking a time of 34:20.00, just behind winner Kriszta Kovacs (32:40.00).
Suffolk, who has more than 400 medals in her career, next claimed her second gold medal by winning the 2km steeplechase, in a strong time of 9:24.18.
She wrapped up her incredible championships with another first place finish with her Australian team in the medley relay, teaming up with Suzanne Coate, Rina Jeanette Flynn and Sonya Pollard to claim gold.
Suffolk will now turn her attentions to the Australian Masters Games at Adelaide next month, with the 2021 Oceania Masters Athletics Championships at Norfolk Island also in her sights.