Minnamurra skateboarder Kieran Woolley has his eyes set on the biggest year of his young career after another successful competition.
The teenager took out the street competition at the recent Shellharbour Surf and Skate Festival, Woolley out-skating a number of talented rivals.
He then returned on the Sunday to claim the high air competition.
"The competition was hot and at the end of the day, I was stoked to stand on top of the podium of an open street competition with such accomplished skaters," Woolley said.
"The following day they held a best trick, street, and high air competition. I was happy to sit out the best trick and take the cash in the high air comp."
The win came just days after Woolley took out the Edge of the Bay festival in Esperance, WA.
With Tokyo Olympic qualification still his primary goal, Woolley recently attended a training camp at the NSW Institute of Sport, with another training camp in Western Australia to follow.
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