He's 193cm, 111kg and has size 17 feet. Meet 16-year-old Mathew Denny.
"My feet are getting bigger so hopefully I am still growing," Denny said.
The Queenslander has been the star of this week's Australian Junior Athletics Championships in Perth, winning six gold medals in the discus, hammer throw and shot put.
He also set four personal bests while being selected to compete in the boys' discus and hammer throw at the world youth championships in Ukraine in July.
Denny is No.1 in the world for his age group in discus and No.2 in the hammer throw.
The youngster turned his back on other sports to focus on achieving in athletics.
"I stopped footy (rugby league) a couple of years ago to focus on athletics so there were a couple of angry coaches, but I would rather do athletics over footy," he said.
He has got high hopes for the world championships.
"There is still a lot more there to come distance-wise so hopefully I can break that 70m barrier at world youths for discus and the same in hammer, break the 80m barrier," he said.
"I want to try and get a gold medal in both."
Denny will compete in the men's open discus tonight.
WA schoolgirl Nina Kennedy will also compete at world youths after winning the under-18 pole vault.
The 15-year-old cleared a meeting record 4.31m to win gold ahead of teammate Emma Philippe (4m).
Both girls will compete in the women's pole vault tonight.
Amy McCormick also booked a ticket to the Ukraine with gold in the under-18 steeplechase.
The juniors, which are being held in Perth for the first time, attracted a record 1667 entries.The meeting ends tomorrow.
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