Henry Frayne could be in line for a rare double Olympic shot should all things go his way this weekend.
Frayne is hoping to qualify in both the triple jump and the long jump at the national Olympic selection trials, which start in Melbourne tomorrow night.
The 21-year-old, who already has jumped an Olympic qualifying 8.27m in the long jump in Sydney two weeks ago, begins his quest to qualify in his favoured event, the triple jump, at the Lakeside Stadium.
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