Lockett won three of a possible four events following outstanding performances in the 1000, 1500 and 3000 metre distances giving the 17-year-old the overall women’s title for the championships.
AIS team-mate Julie Jung won the only event not won by Lockett, the 500 metre distance.
In the men’s event, Lachlan Hay took out the overall title after winning the 1500 and 3000 metre distances. Pierre Boda continued his strong sprint event form winning the 500 metre event with New Zealander Blake Skjellerup victorious in the 1000 metres.
The relay team of Lachlan Hay, Pierre Boda, Armstrong Lazenby and Ronald Caldecutt put in a strong performance to comfortably win the relay event by two laps.
1 - Lachlan Hay (AIS/AUS)
2 - Pierre Boda (AISAUS)
3 - Blake Skjellerup (NZL)
1 - Deanna Lockett (AIS/AUS)
2 - Julie Jung (AIS/AUS)
3 - Alix Myra Anderson (AUS)
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The event served as a great lead in to the opening World Cup event of the season, which takes place in Calgary, Canada, from October 19 to 21.