Gerard Mach – Innovator, Coach, and Mentor
Gerard Mach passed away on September 22nd, just one week after his 89th birthday. His legacy is seen on every track, in every region of our nation.
With Gerard Mach’s passing on September 22nd, just one week after his 89th birthday, Canada and the athletics world is now trying to come to terms with the loss of one of its greatest and most influ...Read More
At this past Saturday night's Athletics Ontario Awards Banquet and Hall of Fame induction ceremony, our photographers from Kalidescope Creations took some incredible shots and were also able to photo...Read More
This year's Athletics Ontario Awards Banquet and Hall of Fame induction ceremony was a tremendous success! Our guest speaker, Melissa Bishop, was an absolute delight! It was a pleasure to hear her...Read More
Newmarket Huskies' Matt Hughes led they way -- and claimed the title -- in what was a very competitive field at the second annual Canadian 5k Championships. Matt took gold in the 3000m steeplechase...Read More
He is said to have reluctantly run his first 100m sprint in borrowed shoes and somebody else’s shorts. Back then, the starting blocks were so foreign to him, he opted for a standing start during tha...Read More
As many of you know, our Canadian track and field athletes are coming off an incredible performance at both the Pan Am Games and the IAAF World Track and Field Championships last month in Beijing....Read More