Will Johnston isn't sure exactly how tall he is, but a quick investigation showed the Warrnambool Springers gymnast's latest piece of silverware is more than one third of his height.
Johnston, 10, came home from the Victorian Gymnastics Championships, held in Geelong from April 12 to 14, with the Alastair Lowe perpetual trophy for first place in men's level five all around.
"It feels pretty good actually," he said.
"It's probably the biggest trophy I've ever won."
The year five St Joseph's student also picked up a handful of medals to proudly string around his neck, including gold in floor and pommel and silver in high bar, rings, and vault.
With his older brother Alex, currently competing at the Australian Age Swimming Championships in Adelaide, and sister Amy, who just got selected for the level nine Victorian women's artistic gymnastics team, Johnston joked his parents might need to start planning for an extension to house all their prizes.
Johnston said he would now turn his focus to reaching higher levels within men's artistic gymnastics.
But his ultimate dream is to represent Australia at the Commonwealth Games.
His mother, Leah, said she was rapt with his performance in Geelong and overall development.
"Will works really hard and has a lot of determination," she said.
"He has great composure and thrives under pressure, which is a real skill in itself.
"This result is just a bonus on top of everything else."
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