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University of Toronto TC wins 5th Consecutive Club Title

The University of Toronto Track Club (UTTC) showed its strength across all age divisions in capturing its 5th consecutive Overall Indoor Club Championship title.   Going into the final meet – last weekend’s Bantam-Midget –Junior Championships – UTTC already had an […]

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Bantam Midget Junior Championships: Cold Outside=Hot Inside

This past weekend, the days were long but the results were worth the time and effort. Final Results 8 records broken: P-2= Provincial 2nd year in that division P-1= Provincial 1st year in that division.

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London to host 2015 Canadian 10,000m Championships

Athletics Canada is pleased to announce today that London Runner Distance Club will host the 2015 Canadian 10,000m Championships Sunday May 10 at TD Stadium on the campus of Western University. London Runner Distance Club, with meet director Steve Weiler […]

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Updated Ontario Indoor Records List Released

A updated list of Ontario indoor records is now available by clicking on the link below: Indoor-Records Please send any corrections to Roman Olszewski at roman.otfa@cogeco.ca. Please note that there are many records which cannot be officially recognized until certain […]

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Athletics Ontario and Pursu.it launch second wave of Adopt-an-Athlete program for 2014-15

Athletics Ontario is pleased to announce the launch of the second wave of the Adopt-an-Athlete program in partnership with Pursu.it. Pursu.it is a volunteer-run, nonprofit crowdfunding website for amateur athletes. As the first and only crowdfunding platform devoted to helping […]

 

Athletics Canada mourns loss of Daundre Barnaby

It is with heavy hearts that Athletics Canada announces the passing of national team athlete Daundre Barnaby of Brampton, Ont., during the East Hub training camp in St. Kitts.

“This is such a sad and profound loss, Daundre was an outstanding athlete and an even better young man,” said Rob Guy, Chief Executive Officer, Athletics Canada. “On behalf of Athletics Canada I offer my sincere sympathies and condolences to Daundre’s family and teammates. Athletics Canada will do whatever is necessary to support the athletics family through this tragedy.” Read more »

AO Hall of Fame Nominations due March 31

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Athletics Ontario is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the 7th annual induction ceremony into the “Athletics Ontario Hall of Fame” on Saturday September 26, 2015. This event will be held in conjunction with the Annual Awards Banquet, “Celebrating Excellence in Athletics”. We are currently accepting nominations for the Hall of Fame until March 31, 2015.

Athletics Ontario wishes to recognize past outstanding achievements and contributions to athletics (track and field, road running, cross country and race walking) in Ontario. These contributions are not limited to athletic achievements, but may also represent dedication in the areas of coaching, officiating, or builders of the sport.  To make a nomination, or to find out more about the Hall of Fame program, please visit: http://athleticsontario.ca/hall-of-fame/

University of Toronto TC wins 5th Consecutive Club Title

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The University of Toronto Track Club (UTTC) showed its strength across all age divisions in capturing its 5th consecutive Overall Indoor Club Championship title.   Going into the final meet – last weekend’s Bantam-Midget –Junior Championships – UTTC already had an almost insurmountable lead. At the BMJ’s they won the Junior and Midget Divisions and placed 4th in the Bantam. Read more »

DAY 2 (of 3) CIS track & field championships: 30-year old record falls; Gryphons on track for men’s and women’s titles

EDMONTON (CIS) – One of the oldest CIS track and field championship records fell during Day 2 of the 2014 CIS track and field championships, held at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, while the University of Guelph Gryphons are leading both the men’s and women’s standings heading into the final day of competition. Read more »

DAY 1 (of 3) CIS track & field championships: York Women & Men lead after Day 1

WINDSOR, Ont. (CIS) – The York University Lions lead both sides of competition after the first day of the 2015 CIS Track & Field Championships at the St. Denis Centre. Read more »

CIS CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW: Track & Field

OTTAWA (CIS) – The University of Guelph women and York University men will look to defend the team banners this week at the 2015 CIS indoor track and field championships, in Windsor.

Championship website: http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/trackfield/index Read more »

April 12: Athletics Ontario Officials Comprehensive Clinic

Athletics Ontario is pleased to offer a comprehensive officials track and field clinic to interested groups. The clinic covers all disciplines for all the attendees – i.e. everyone attends both the track and the field portions of the clinic. Once a person completes this clinic and submits an AO Official’s Registration Form and Offence Declaration, he/she becomes an Athletics Ontario official. He/she then follows a series of steps to move through level 1 up to level 5, if he/she chooses.  Taking the AO Comprehensive Clinic will prepare potential new officials to begin officiating with at least some level of confidence.

Hosted by:      Niagara Olympic Track and Field Club       www.nocrunners.com

Date:               Sunday, April 12; Noon to 4:00 p.m. (Break for refreshments at 2:00pm)

Location:         West St. Catharines Older Adult Centre; 117 Chetwood Ave., St. Catharines

Registration: Limited to 45 participants.   Fee: $15.00 Includes IAAF rulebook.

Email the following information to Sharon Stewart sharon.noc@outlook.com

  • Name
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NCCP Developing Athletic Ability on Sunday March 15, 2015 at 3 Concorde Gate

Developing Athletic Ability (NCCP Comp Dev) is running this Sunday March 15th at 3 Concorde Gate.

We know Development (level 3) coaches often ask about this course as it is run only a few times a year. As such we have send out this special course notice.

After the Quest For Gold Bursary the cost to take this course is only $30.00.

Certified coaches will receive five NCCP Professional Development points for the course.

Registration link – https://www.coachesontario.ca/events/?ee=761

If you have any questions or concerns please let me know,

Sincerely,

Clarissa Oleksiuk
NCCP Administrator, Coach Education
Coaches Association of Ontario
Tel: 416-426-7427 Toll: 1-888-622-7668
Fax: 416-426-7331

NCCP Managing Conflict on Friday March 13, 2015 at 3 Concorde Gate

Hey Everyone,

We (Coaches Association of Ontario) are running NCCP Managing Conflict on Friday March 13, 2015 at 3 Concorde Gate and we would like you to pass this email along to your sport clubs and/or compose a tweet or update on your social network.

After the Quest For Gold Bursary the cost to take this course is only $21.00.

Certified coaches will receive five NCCP Professional Development points for the Managing Conflict course.

To register, please click HERE

If you have any questions or concerns please let me know,

Sincerely,

Eric Belahov
Marketing and Events Intern
Coaches Association of Ontario
Suite 108-3 Concorde Gate
Toronto, ON M3C 3N7
416-426-7023

Bantam Midget Junior Championships: Cold Outside=Hot Inside

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This past weekend, the days were long but the results were worth the time and effort.

8 records broken: P-2= Provincial 2nd year in that division P-1= Provincial 1st year in that division. Read more »

 
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