Rhys Van Dinther from near Glasbury-on-Wye has won a gold medal in the 2015 Welsh Youth Sabre competition.
Year 7 pupil Rhys, who attends Christ College Brecon, was representing his club Ddraig Wern in the competition which took place at Sophia Gardens earlier this term.
This is the second year running that Rhys has won this title.
Head of Christ College, Mrs Emma Taylor, said, “Rhys is a super young man with a real talent in his chosen sport. His determination to succeed is as impressive as his dedication to his training which evidently pays huge dividends. Well done!”
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