Six athletes, 11 events, three podiums and 10 top 10 finishes - the 2019 Athletics Australia Championship was a highly successful one for the Dubbo Athletics Club.
Nosa Obaseki, Alex Eves, Lachlan Townsend, Ella Penman, Maya Piras and Millie Gooch returned from the junior, open and para national titles just last week, and haven't wasted any time getting back on the track.
Nosa and Lachlan in particular recorded impressive PBs, with the former qualifying for Athletics NSW's Target Talent Program.
Lachlan took a stunning 10 seconds off his previous steeplechase time, finishing sixth in that event as well as 10th in the 3000m.
"The 3k wasn't to what I thought I could run - I thought I could run under nine minutes again but I was a couple of seconds out of that," Lachlan said.
"The 3k was first and that was my main goal and the steeplechase was after that which I just wanted to give everything I had left and that's what I did.
"Keep training and one day it'll all come together for you ... everything happens for a reason so the perfect time will come and hopefully I'll execute it on the day."
Nosa threw an eight metre PB (51.58m) in the javelin to finish third, and finished sixth in both the discus (52.40m) and shot put (16.08m).
He will now get to take part in six welfare and training sessions during the off-season as part of the TTP.
"It's only a select few people that get picked in it," said a very "pleased" Nosa.
"I'm very confident with it [future in the sport].
"I still think I'm going to take a little bit of time off it but definitely with this TTP I'll definitely put my best foot forward and make sure I get the most out of it I can."
Meanwhile Alex has continued her push towards the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games finishing third and fourth for her T36 classification - and 12th and 15th overall - in the 100m and 200m open para ambulant events respectively.
She's knocking on the door of qualification, finishing just 0.37 seconds and 1.79 seconds behind Paralympian Tamsin Colley who, at 13 was the youngest Australian in the entire 2016 Paralympic team.
"I'm closing the gap," Alex said.
"We all race against our own world records and the closest to that wins.
"Get into athletics, it's the best thing for rehabilitation if you have injuries. It's helped me so much with brain training, motivation and just being in a supportive atmosphere."
Ella finished eighth in both the 800m and 1500m events at her first championships, while fellow debutante Maya ran 10th in the 100m hurdles.
Millie was thrilled to finish 11th in the 200m hurdles, racing the event for the first time since injuring her anterior cruciate ligament in November.