Steven Chung made a triumphant return to the country music capital to claim the triple threat at the 2021 Tamworth Running Festival.
The triple threat - where competitors took part in the half marathon, 10km and 5km races - was offered to runners this year.
Chung claimed the crown in the Pro Active Physio Triple Threat in a time of 2:08:24 after he won the Barton Lane Practice Half Marathon earlier in the day.
The runner then finished third in the Sampson's Car Repairs Tamworth 10 and third in the Tamworth Shopping World 5km Fun Run as well.
Chung resides in Newcastle - where he works as a doctor - but lived in Tamworth in 2019 where he did his placement for university.
He said it was nice to catch up with old friends and have another run around Tamworth.
"I was really looking forward to coming back and seeing a few old familiar faces again, running the same old route. (It was) a walk down memory lane," he said.
TAMWORTH RUNNING FESTIVAL RESULTS
Barton Lane Practice Half Marathon
1: Steven Chung(1:14:24
2: Cameron James 1:17:47
3: Stewart Adamson 1:26:45
1: Leah Fitzgerald 1:22:49
2: Emma Clifton-Smith 1:32:40
3: Kelly Watson 1:34:01
Sampson's Car Repairs Tamworth 10
1: Ryan Binskin 34:01
2: Adam Williams 35:20
3: Steven Chung 35:57
1: Olissa Onley 39:04
2: Nikko Siddins 40:07
3: Amy Clift 43:33
Tamworth Shopping World 5km Fun Run
1: Caleb Bettison 16:42
2: Lachlan Cook 17:27
3: Steven Chung 18:00
1: Nikko Siddins 19:47
2: Isabella Wall 20:49
3: Mia Croker 21:04
Pro Active Physio Triple Threat
1: Steven Chung 2:08:24
2: Cameron James 2:24:06
3: Andy Smith 2:41:39
1: Kelly Watson 2:46:41
2: Sally Poole 3:11:37
3: Kristen Miller 3:28:34