RBC Training Grounds Coming to Ontario

This Fall, four RBC Training Ground Local Qualifiers are set to take place across Ontario, culminating with a Regional Final in Toronto this October, in the hopes of finding new Olympic talent.

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is excited to act as delivery partner for all Ontario-based RBC Training Ground events.

A unique partnership between the Canadian Olympic Committee, RBC and CBC Sports, RBC Training Ground is designed to help National Sport Organizations (NSOs) uncover athletes with Olympic podium potential, in sports they may not have considered. Athletes between the ages of 14 and 25 will execute a series of workouts measuring speed, power, strength, and endurance in front of coaches and officials from sport organizations including Cycling Canada, Rugby Canada, Athletics Canada, Canoe Kayak Canada, Rowing Canada, Bobsleigh Skeleton Canada, Alpine Canada, Judo Canada, Triathlon Canada and Water Polo Canada. Results are measured against specific performance benchmarks to determine an athlete’s capacity for sport at its highest level.

This year, RBC Training Ground has already tested more than 1,400 athletes from British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Across the four regional final events held thus far, more than 50 per cent of athletes met the testing benchmarks set by NSO’s and have been identified for sport-specific testing. Up to 50 athletes will be selected to receive funding support from RBC and the Canadian Olympic Foundation to continue their training and quest to represent Canada internationally.

Registration for the local qualifiers in Ontario can be completed here.

RBC Training Ground Local Qualifiers in Ontario:

  1. Toronto – Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport (U of T) – Saturday, August 26th
  2. Milton – Mattamy National Cycling Centre – Saturday, September 9th
  3. St. Catharine’s – Brock University – Saturday, September 16th
  4. Kingston – Queen’s University – Saturday, September 30th

The 100 top performers from the local qualifiers will be invited to the RBC Training Ground Regional Final at Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC), home of CSIO’s world-class facility on October 14, 2017. The Regional Final will see the best of the best compete with hopes of receiving financial support towards their training and competition programs. The winner of the Ontario Regional Final will also be awarded a trip to the 2018 PyeongChang.


2017 Canada Summer Games Results

As the Athletics portion of the Canada Summer Games finished up on Friday, August 4th, your Ontario athletes were awarded their last few medals. We are extremely excited to share that our athletes are bringing home 54 medals from the Games, 20 Gold, 13 Silver and 21 Bronze. Your Ontario athletes, in both men’s and women’s categories, took first place province in the Games. Please join us in congratulating all of these athletes on their incredible efforts, new personal bests and overall amazing performances.

Isaiah Christophe claimed gold in all three of his events, the wheelchair Men’s 200m, 400m and 1500m. Not only did he win these medals, but he also set a new Canada Games record in the Men’s Wheelchair 200m with a time of 27.58.
Winning our first medal of the games, Julia Hanes is bringing home two gold medals, in the Women’s Para Discus and the Women’s Para Shot Put. Her throw of 20.62m in the Discus not only won her the gold medal, but also set a new F33 Canadian record.
A new provincial record and personal best was set by Trinity Tutti in the Women’s Discus.
In the Wheelchair Women’s 200m, 400m, and 1500m, Jessica Tinney claimed the bronze medal, she is our second three-medal athlete at the games.
Various athletes set personal bests throughout the games, including but not limited to: Ben Cross (Men’s Javelin), Mackenzie Josie (Men’s Discus), Trinity Tutti (Women’s Discus), Karson Kowalchuk (Men’s 100m), Gaerrisen Freeland (Men’s Special Olympics 100m), Joshua Caleb Mather (Men’s Javelin), Samuel Adams (Men’s 100m), and Kate Ayers (Women’s 800m).


Medal Results:

Makiah Hunt (Women’s Pole Vault)
Julia Hanes (Women’s Para Discus, Women’s Para Shot Put)
Ashley Pryke (Women’s Javelin)
Joseph Maxwell (Men’s Shot Put)
Ben Cross (Men’s Javelin)
Jamilah James (Women’s Triple Jump)
Mackenzie Josie (Men’s Discus)
Trinity Tutti (Women’s Discus)
Karson Kowalchuk (Men’s 100m)
Kristy Alford (Women’s Special Olympics 100m, Women’s Special Olympics 200m)
Gaerrisen Freeland (Men’s Special Olympics 100m)
Isaiah Christophe (Wheelchair Men’s 400m, Wheelchair Men’s 1500m, Wheelchair Men’s 200m)
Natalia Hawthorn (Women’s 5000m)
Dallyssa Huggins (Women’s Heptathlon)
Brittany Stenekes (Women’s 100m Hurdles)
Team Ontario; Sam, Graeme, Khamal, Karson (Men’s 4x100m Relay)

Rachael Wolfs (Women’s Pole Vault)
Bailey Dell (Women’s Javelin)
Autumn Bigger (Women’s High Jump)
Eli Pawliw (Men’s Shot Put)
Joseph Maxwell (Men’s Discus)
Ross Benn (Men’s Pole Vault)
Josh Kellier (Men’s 3000m Steeplechase)
Shyvonne Roxborough (Women’s 100m)
Ramzi Abdulahi (Men’s 400m)
Karson Kowalchuk (Men’s 200m)
Gaerrisen Freeland (Men’s Special Olympics 200m)
Ashton Colaire (Men’s 110m Hurdles)
Nate St. Romain (Men’s 400m Hurdles)

Emily Branderhorst (Women’s High Jump)
Tacuma Anderson-Richards (Men’s Triple Jump)
Joshua Caleb Mather (Men’s Javelin)
Laura Amoi (Women’s Triple Jump)
Jamilah James (Women’s Long Jump)
Daniel Gleason (Men’s Pole Vault)
Lauren Bohn (Women’s Hammer Throw)
Grace Tennant (Women’s Discus)
Samuel Adams (Men’s 100m)
Katrina Innanen (Women’s 400m)
Jessica Tinney (Wheelchair Women’s 400m, Wheelchair Women’s 1500m, Wheelchair Women’s 200m)
Sergio Raez Villaneuva (Men’s 1500m)
Dallyssa Huggins (Women’s 400m Hurdles)
Khamal Stewart-Baynes (Men’s 200m)
Desiree Allen (Women’s Special Olympics 200m)
Kate Ayers (Women’s 800m)
Sergio Raez Villaneuva (Men’s 5000m)
Team Ontario; Kristen, Kate, Ally, Katrina (Women’s 4x400m Relay)
Trinity Tutti (Women’s Shot Put)

Please join us in congratulating all of these athletes on their spectacular achievements at the 2017 Canada Summer Games.




Position: Athletics Program Coordinator.
Organization: Hamilton Accessible Sports Council.
Location: Hamilton.
Term: Part-Time (12 month temporary contract) flexible schedule. Commencing: September 1, 2017.
Application Deadline: August 15, 2017.
Salary: $7,500 plus expenses.

Program Overview

The Hamilton Accessible Sports Council is dedicated to the development and promotion of accessible sport opportunities for residents within the City of Hamilton and recently received an Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant to test a newly proposed integrated community program model for Athletics.


Oversee the development and implementation of an integrated community program model for Athletics including PARA Athletics program. A end public events and planning meetings with various community stakeholder groups including resource management of volunteer personnel, recruitment, training, equipment, facilities and report writing.

Experience and Qualifications

Post-secondary studies in sport science or kinesiology, program development experience, NCCP Coaching Certification and interest in working with PARA Athletics would be an asset. Ability to work independently and communicate effectively orally and through written reports.

Additional Information

For additional information or to request a detailed Job Description please contact Kevin Gonci at kgonci4@gmail.com or call (905) 317-9381.

Application Process

Submit cover letter, resume and three personal references by email to mcarthurd@hhsc.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.


AO Outdoor Bantam Midget Youth Championships

August 2, 2017 – Athletics Ontario (AO) co-hosted the Outdoor Bantam Midget Championships last weekend with the Brampton Track Club. The event saw nearly 1,000 athletes competing over the two-day period and we witnessed some amazing performances, new records and excited spectators.

We would like to thank all of the Clubs who sent athletes to the event, it was great to see so many young and talented athletes.

You can review the final results on our event page, and we would like to recognize a few athletes who stood out and took home medals on the weekend.

Hailey Reid, Monte Cristo
– Bantam Girls 150m – Silver 
– Bantam Girls Shot Put – Gold
– Bantam Girls Javelin – Gold
– Bantam Girls Discus Throw – Bronze

Reyne Rodrigues, Durham Legion Track
– Bantam Girls 300m – Silver
– Bantam Girls 80m Hurdles – Gold
– Bantam Girls 200m Hurdles – Gold

Callan Saldutto, Niagara Region Track and Field
– Midget Boys Javelin Throw – Silver
– Midget Boys Discus Throw – Gold
– Midget Boys Hammer Throw – Bronze
– Midget Boys Shot Put – Bronze

Joe Fast, Ottawa Lions T.F.C.
– Midget Boys 1200m – Gold
– Midget Boys 4x800m Relay – Bronze
– Midget Boys 2000m – Gold

Aysia Maurice, 310 Running
– Bantam Girls 1200m – Gold
– Bantam Girls 2000m – Gold
– Midget Girls 1500m Steeplechase – Gold (A new U15 AO Record time)

Sam Hall, University of Toronto Track Club
– Youth Boys High Jump – Gold (2.05m)

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July 27, 2017


Toronto, Ontario – July 27, 2017

The 2017 Bantam Midget Youth Championships are set to take place this weekend (Saturday July 29 – Sunday July 30) at Terry Fox Stadium at Chinguacousy Park.  With nearly 1,000 athletes competing for medals, and over 1,800 entries, this event is going to be one of our largest meets of all time. This Championship is being hosted by Athletics Ontario and the Brampton Track and Field Club, and more information, including the Final Schedule, Performance List and Technical Information can be found here.

Some of the top athletes to watch will be taking part in the following events:

Events to Watch

Event: 100m Youth Girls
Event Highlights: The race will line up Tomi Bamigbade (Supreme Athletics), the 2017 WCSSAA Senior Girls 100m Champion, against Breah Walls (Border City), the 2017 OFSAA Silver Medalist in Junior Girls’ 4x100m relay, and the top seed Kyra Nicole Chang-Lewis (Etobicoke TR).
Scheduled Event Time
: Heats will start at 12:00pm on Saturday July 29.

Event: 100m Youth Boys
Event Highlights: Daquan Berry won bronze medal in the 2016 OFSAA Junior Men 100m, while Brayden Fraser (House of Roots) won two bronze medals in the 2017 OFSAA Junior Men 100m and 200m.
Scheduled Event Time:
Heats will start at 12:30pm on Saturday July 29.

Event: 400m Youth Girls
Event Highlights: Skyy Diop (The Gazelles), who participated in the prestigious 2017 New Balance Nationals Indoor Championship earlier this year will now be aiming for gold at the championship. The other athletes to watch are Nicole Parsons (Oakville Legion) and Maya Ryan (The Gazelles).
Scheduled Event Time
: Timed Finals begin at 3:30pm on Saturday July 29.

Event: 400m Youth Boys
Event Highlights: Myles Misener-Daley (Hamilton Olympic Club) has won the triple crown of sprint races at the 2017 OFSAA track and field championships. Ethan Smith and Lukas Faulkner are the 2nd and 3rd seeds for this event, respectively.
Scheduled Event Time: Timed Finals begin at 3:30pm on Saturday July 29.

Event: 800m Youth Girls
Event Highlights: Mackenzie Morgan (Laurel Creek Track and Field Club) is the top seed for this event with the seed time of 2:11.51. Other athletes to watch are Edna Dar (Blue Devils) and Jessie Fennel (Niagara Regional Athletics).
Scheduled Event Time: Timed Finals begin at 2:40pm on Sunday July 30.

Event: 800m Youth Boys
Event Highlights: Brock Deba (Niagara Olympic Club) won silver medal in the 2017 OFSAA Junior Men 800m. He will be competing against the top seed Sam Cummings (South Simcoe Dufferin TFC) and Joshua Desouza (Newmarket Huskies Track Club), who won silver medal in 3,000m at the 2017 Youth Commonwealth Games in Nassau, Bahamas.
Scheduled Event Time: Timed Finals begin at 3:20 on Sunday July 30.

Event: Youth Girls High Jump
Event Highlights: Having won bronze at OFSAA in June, No. 1 seed Korina Black (Etobicoke Track and Field Club) will be aiming for gold at this weekends championships. Other athletes to watch are Madelyn Eybergen (Saugeen Track and Field) and Katie Robertson (North Bay Legion).
Scheduled Event Time: Event will begin at 3:30pm on Saturday July 29.

Event: Youth Boys High Jump
Event Highlights: Sam Hall (University of Toronto Track Club) is the athlete to watch at this event. Hall represented Team Canada at the Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games this summer, winning the silver medal at 2.09M jump. Returning only earlier this week, he will be looking to get a gold.
Scheduled Event Time: Event will begin at 3:00pm on Sunday July 30.

Event: Youth Girls Long Jump
Event Highlights: Sarah Saldutto (Niagara Regional Athletics) had set a new record of 5.84M at OFSAA Championships in June. She is the top seed heading into this event. Jasmine Scott-Kilgo from Border City Athletics Club, is not far behind as the second seed with 5.62M. Tamara Grahovac from Supreme Athletics is currently in third at 5.53M. It will be an exciting event seeing these three girls fight to get to the podium.
Scheduled Event Time: Event will begin at 2:45pm on Sunday July 30.

Event: Youth Boys Long Jump
Event Highlights: Matthew MacNeill (London Western), Shahmir Khan (Supreme Athletics) and Jared Hall (University of Toronto Track Club) are currently in 1st, 2nd and 3rd rankings in the Youth Boys Long Jump. With only 0.07M apart from each others personal best, these boys will definitely fight it out to take home the gold this weekend.
Scheduled Event Time: Event will begin at 3:30pm on Saturday July 29.

Event: Youth Girls Shot Put
Event Highlights: This event is not the be missed as Audrey O’Connor (University of Windsor Athletics), Natasha Gubbels (London Western) and Grace Michauville (North Bay) will fight to beat current 1st seed Tamia Noel with her record of 13.57M. All three girls are following closely behind with marks at 12.75M, 12.59M and 12.24M respectively. Tamia will be aim to beat her own personal best.
Scheduled Event Time: Event will begin at 3:30pm on Saturday July 29.

Event: Youth Boys Shot Put
Event Highlights: Most recently called to represent Team Ontario at the Legion National Youth Track and Field Championships next month, No.1 seed Cole Belkwell (Brantford Track and Field Club) will be at the meet this weekend. 2nd seed Lucas Woodhall (Brockville Legion Track and Field), who won Gold in Shot Put at the OFSAA Championships in June will fight for gold with Belkwell. This will be an event worth watching.
Scheduled Event Time: Event will begin at 4:15pm on Sunday July 30.

For more information on this event, contact:

Randolph Fajardo
Competitions, Technical Specifications, and Logistics Manager

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Important information and updates for the upcoming Ontario Championship event in Brampton

There are some important reminders and updates regarding the Ontario Outdoor Bantam (U14), Midget (U16) and Youth (U18) Championships, taking place in Brampton’s Terry Fox Stadium at Chinguacousy Park Saturday July 29 and Sunday July 30.

For full details, including the Final Schedule, Performance List and Live Results Link and more, please visit the event page at: http://athleticsontario.ca/events/2017-ao-bmy-championships/


  • Busses are recommended to drop athletes off at the ski chalet located just north of the track and field stadium. Access to the skit chalet is located on the north side of the park off of Central Park Dr. and Bramalea Rd. Please note that buses are NOT to park at the at the ski chalet. Busses are asked to return to hotels.
  • Please review the ‘General Information’ section of the technical package for a map of parking spots at Chinguacousey Park. Alternate parking can also be found at the following:
    • Howden Recreation Centre
      150 Howden Blvd.
    • Bramalea Civic Centre
      150 Central Park Drive

Implement Certification

  • Please ensure that implements are being brought to the certification area on the north end of the track (near the 150m start lines) no later than 45min before the start of the event. Please click here for a overhead view of the facility.

Registration Pick-Up

  • For athletes arriving on Friday, bib numbers can be picked up at the Host Hotel between the hours of 6pm – 8pm.
    • Host Hotel: Best Western Plus – 30 Clark Boulevard, Brampton ON
  • Registration packages will be available at the North West entrance of the truck during the competition on Saturday and Sunday.

Friday Track Availability

  • The track will be open for practice/warm-ups to athletes that are arriving on Friday between the hours of 12pm – 6pm EST.


  • The Bantam 80m will not have a semi-final. Finals for the 80m is as stated on the Final Schedule: 4:05pm.


  • The 200m for all age groups will have an A+B final unless there are less than 33 athletes that check in for the preliminary round.

Hurdle Competition 

  • There are 8 athletes in the Bantam Boys 80mH and 6 athletes in the Midget Boys 100mH. As per rule 170.1 in the Athletics Ontario Policies and Procedure the first race for these athletes will be the Championship Race. The following race will be offered as an exhibition and not affect the final standings from the first race.


  • The 1500m Steeplechase will have 12 barriers and no water jump. The height of the barrier will be 0.762m/30″. The athletes will go approximately 300m before they approach the first barrier.
  • The 2000m Steeplechase will have 18 barriers and 5 water jumps. The height of the barrier will be 0.840m/33″ for the boys and 0.762m/30″ for the girls. The first barrier that the athletes will go over will be the 3rd one in a normal race. Final-Schedule-2017-BMY-Championships



University of Ottawa Research Study

Dr. Marijke Taks of the University of Ottawa and her research team are asking people “What makes track and field something that people want to do?” This project is part of a larger study in which the team is attempting to develop strategies to help local organizations leverage major sporting events to increase participation in their sport.

The objective of this particular study is to understand how non-athletes and athletes differ in their perception of track and field. This information could be helpful for track and field clubs to consider when attempting to attract new participants to the sport.

Dr. Taks is looking for clubs that are willing to participate in this study and send out a 3-minute online survey to their members. The first 10 clubs with a minimum of 10 members who respond will receive an incentive of a $100 gift certificate to a store of their choice. In addition, all respondents will be entered into a draw for one of four $50 cash prizes.

If your club is interested in participating in this study, please send an e-mail to Dr. Marijke Taks at Marijke.taks@uottawa.ca by July 31, 2017.


World Para Athletics Championships 2017 Highlights

The World Para Athletics Championships came to an end this past weekend.  They were an exciting 10 days and our Ontario athletes put on some stellar performances.  Of the nine Canadian medals earned, we had one Ontario athlete bring home a medal. Jason Dunkerley, who ran in the T11 1500m, ran a season best time of 4:13.67 and took home the silver.  Along with this medal, George Quarcoo set a new personal best as well as a new Canadian record in both the 100m and the 200m heats. Additionally, Renée Foessel set a new Area record with her F38 Discus throw of 30.97m and Austin Smeenk’s time of 15.85 sec. in the T34 100m Heats also set a new Area record.

Be sure to congratulate all of the athletes who represented our nation on their fantastic performances.

Ontario athlete highlights and specifics of their performances:

Mitchell Chase – T38 1500m

  • Friday July 14 – T38 800m Heats
    • Mitchell Chase placed 3rd in his heat with a time of 2:11.33 in the men’s T38 800m.
  • Saturday July 22- T38 1500m Final
    • Mitchell Chase placed 7th in the men’s T38 1500m final with a time of 4:28.31.

Isaiah Christophe – T54 200m

  • Friday July 14 – T54 100m Heats
    • Isaiah Christophe placed 8th in his heat with a time of 15.38 in the men’s T54 100m.
  • Tuesday July 18 – T54 200m Heats
    • Isaiah Christophe placed 8th in his heat with a time of 27.17 in the men’s T54 200m.
  • Wednesday July 19 – T54 400m Heats
    • Isaiah Christophe placed 6th in his heat with a time of 52.80 in the men’s T54 400m heats

Thomas Des Brisay – T20 5000m

  • Monday July 17 – T20 1500m Finals
    • Thomas Des Brisay placed 12th with a time of 4:50.77 in the men’s T20 1500m final
  • Sunday July 23 – T20 5000m Finals
    • Thomas Des Brisay placed 8th with a time of 15:48.93 in the men’s T20 5000m final

Jason Dunkerley – T11 1500m

  • Friday July 21 – T11 1500m Final
    • Jason Dunkerley and guide Jeremie Nathaniel Venne won a silver medal with a time of 4:13.67 while running a seasons best in the men’s T11 1500m final.

Renée Foessel – F38 Discus

  • Thursday July 20 – T38 Discus
    • Renee Foessel placed 4th with a distance of 30.97m in the Women’s F38 discus throw. With her throw she set an Area Record.

Marissa Papaconstaninou – T44 200m

  • Monday July 17 – T44 100m Heats
    • Marissa Papaconstantinou placed 6th with a time of 13.54 in the Women’s T44 100m final
  • Saturday July 22 – T44 200m Heats
    • Marissa Papaconstantinou placed 4th in her heat with a time of 28.33, which helped her qualify for the finals in the women’s T44 200m.
  • Sunday July 23 – T44 200 Final
    • Marissa Papaconstantinou placed 8th with a time of 58.06 in the women’s T44 200m final. Having battled the rain and pulling a muscle during the race, Marissa pulled thru and finished the race.

George Quarcoo – T12 100m

  • Friday July 14 – T12 100m Heats
    • George Quarcoo and guide Demitry Issajenko set a personal best with a time of 11.41, placing second in their heat in the men’s T12 100m. Along with setting a new PB, the pair set a new Canadian Record
  • Wednesday July 19 – T12 200m Heats
    • George Quarcoo and Guide Demitry Issajenko set a personal best with a time of 23.19 in the Men’s 200m T12 heats. Along with setting another personal best, the time of 23.19 also set a new Canadian Record.

Austin Smeenk – T34 400m

  • Saturday July 15 – T34 100m Heats
    • Austin Smeenk placed 4th with a time of 15.85sec in the Men’s T34 100m. His time of 15.85 set an area record.
  • Monday July 17 – T34 400m Final
    • Austin Smeenk placed 6th with a time of 54.56 in the men’s T34 400m final
  • Thursday July 20 – T34 800m Final
    • Austin Smeenk placed 8th with a time of 1:50.77 in the Men’s T34 800m finals.
  • Friday July 21 – T34 200m Final
    • Austin Smeenk placed 5th with a time of 28.57 in the men’s T34 200m final

Curtis Thom – T54 4x400m

  • Friday July 14 – T54 100m Heats
    • Curtis Thom placed 7th with a time of 17.78sec in the Men’s T54 100m final
  • Tuesday July 18 – T54 200m Heats
    • Curtis Thom placed 4th in his heat with a time of 26.55 in the men’s T54 200m.
  • Wednesday July 19 – T54 400m Heats
    • Curtis Thom placed 4th with a time of 48.30 in the men’s T54 400m heats.

Kyle Whitehouse – T38 200m

  • Tuesday July 18 – T38 200m Final
    • Kyle Whitehorse placed 6th with a time of 23.82 in the men’s T38 200m final
  • Friday July 21 – T38 100m Heats / Finals
    • Kyle Whitehouse placed 4th in his heat in the Men’s T38 100m. His time of 11.72 gave him a seasons best and allowed him to qualify for the finals, finishing in 8th place with a time of 11.84.

North American Indigenous Games 2017 Highlights

The 2017 North American Indigenous Games came to an end last week, as the closing ceremony took place on Saturday July 22nd. Congratulations to all athletes who competed and represented their respected region.  Throughout the games Team Ontario had many stand out performances.  With 38 podium finishes, Team Ontario was very successful throughout the games and embodied sportsmanship and fair play during the competition.  Here is a list of all of the athletes who achieved podium finishes:

  • U16 Girls Javelin – Hannah Morningstar (Bronze)
  • U19 Girls Triple Jump – Beatrice Nicholas (Bronze)
  • U16 Girls Long Jump – Jaydn Zeppa (Silver)
  • U16 Boys High Jump – Nicholas Burke (Gold)
  • U14 Girls High Jump – Mackenzie Innes (Silver)
  • U19 Boys 4×400 Relay – Kiniw Cleland, Gavin Wesley, Jared Hunter, Evan John (Silver)
  • U16 Girls 4×400 Relay – Hannah Morningstar, Zena Pregent, Kyra Anderson-Morriseau, Mckenzie Kakepetum (Bronze)
  • U16 Boys 4×400 Relay – Lex Hergott, Dallas Kooses, Keifer Scott, Nicholas Burke (Bronze)
  • U14 Girls 4×400 Relay – Victoria Trudeau, Jade Paquette, Francesca Pheasant, Emily Dodge (Gold)
  • U14 Boys 4×400 Relay – Julian Wemigwans, Sebastian Fiddler, Ryder Hopkins, Dylan Yzanbrandt (Silver)
  • U16 Boys 4×100 Relay – Lex Hergott, Keifer Scott, Dylan Yzanbrandt, Nicholas Burke (Bronze)
  • U16 Girls 4×100 Relay – Zena Pregent, Olivia Manitowabi, Kyra Anderson-Morriseau, Jaydn Zeppa (Silver)
  • U14 Boys 4×100 Relay – Latrell Peltier, Gabriel Grawbarger, Paul Goodman, Ryder Hopkins (Bronze)
  • U14 Girls 4×100 Relay – Victoria Trudeau, Shoniqua Bunce, Autumn Peltier, Mackenzie Innes (Gold)
  • U19 Boys 3000m – Gavin Wesley (Bronze)
  • U19 Boys 1500M – Kiniw Cleland (Gold) and Gavin Wesley (Bronze)
  • U14 Boys 1200m – Julian Wemigwans (Bronze)
  • U14 Girls 1200m – Emily Dodge (Gold) and Francesca Pheasant (Silver)
  • U19 Boys 800m – Kiniw Cleland (Silver)
  • U16 Boys 800m – Nicholas Burke (Silver)
  • U14 Boys 800m – Dylan Yzanbrandt (Gold)
  • U14 Girls 800m – Emily Dodge (Silver)
  • U16 Boys 300m – Nicholas Burke (Silver)
  • U14 Girls 300m  – Jaydn Zeppa (Gold) and Zena Pregent (Bronze)
  • U19 Boys 200m – Evan John (Silver)
  • U16 Girls 200m – Jaydn Zeppa (Gold)
  • U14 Boys 150m – Dylan Yzanbrandt (Silver)
  • U14 Girls 150m – Shoniqua Bunce (Bronze)
  • U19 Boys 100m – Evan John (Gold)
  • U19 Girls 100m – Aliya Howard (Silver)
  • U16 Girls 100m – Jaydn Zeppa (Gold)
  • U14 Boys 80m – Dylan Yzanbrandt (Silver)
  • U14 Girls 80m – Shoniqua Bunce (Bronze)
  • U14 Boys Shot Put – Aiden Gorveatt (Gold)
  • U19 Boys Discus – Nathan Gionette (Silver)

Tom Longboat Award 2017 

The Aboriginal Sport Circle is accepting nominations for the 2017 Tom Longboat Award.  The award acknowledges Aboriginal athletes for their exceptional contributions to sport in Canada. In addition to their athletic achievements, recipients will have demonstrated a personal commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and fair play, as well as to being a positive role model.  They will also have demonstrated a commitment towards living a balanced lifestyle – one that develops their physical, mental, cultural, and spiritual capacities.  The Awards include a male and female category.

Details regarding the award can be found here: http://sirc.ca/news/tom-longboat-award-2017 

Here is the link to the application: https://aboriginalsportcircle.wufoo.eu/forms/z1utrtbj1jcfju1/

The nomination must be submitted by September 15th, 2017 at 11:59 EST.


Officials Comprehensive Clinic: Saturday September 16

Athletes, parents, coaches and track and field fans!

Are you looking to get involved and give back to our sport? Consider becoming an Official…Come to our Officials Comprehensive Clinic on Saturday September 16 at the Toronto Track & Field Centre… you will learn from experienced Officials about some of the requirements to become certified, in order to be eligible for Officiating at Sanctioned Meets and Championships.

There are many exciting opportunities and events each year in Ontario, including Local meets, Provincial and National Championships, and International events.

Officials Comprehensive Clinic
Date: Saturday September 16, 2017
Time: 1-5 pm (Time to be confirmed)
Location: Toronto Track & Field Centre
On-line Registration: https://www.trackie.com/online-registration/event/ao-officials-comprehensive-clinic/18176/#.WXdzfelGmUk

Clinicians: Peter Hocking, and Janet and Tim Slocombe, all of whom are Level 5 officials.

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