World Dwarf Games athletes bring home winning medals

N.L. athletes Brooklyn Wolfrey and Nicholas Quinn arrived home from the World Dwarf Games in Guelph, O.N. Monday — with some extra hardware in tow.

N.L. athletes Brooklyn Wolfrey and Nicholas Quinn both captured medals

Brooklyn Wolfrey (left) and Nicholas Quinn both netted medals at the World Dwarf Games. (CBC/Twitter)

Two Newfoundland and Labrador medalists who competed in the World Dwarf Games arrived back at home this week - with some extra hardware.

Brooklyn Wolfrey, 9,  from Rigolet, Labrador captured two gold medals – for swimming and hockey.

Nine-year-old Brooklyn Wolfrey arrived home in Labrador from the World Dwarf Games this week, with her winning medals in tow. 2:26

Wolfrey also competed in soccer, basketball and track and field events.

Nicholas Quinn of Paradise took home five medals at the games, four gold and one bronze.

The 10-year-old competed in bocce and swimming, in which he took the top spot, as well as soccer, basketball, badminton and table tennis.

With files from Labrador Morning and the St. John's Morning Show