Week 4 winner of TITFG TRIVIA announced; Do you know the answer to this week’s question?

Ademiju Oyebanjo-Odofin, a junior athlete with Project Athletics Track & Field Program, was the Week 4 winner of TITFG Trivia and won 2 tickets to the Toronto International Track & Field Games, taking place on June 11 at the University of Toronto’s Varsity Stadium. Ademiju correctly answered the TITFG Trivia question: Which athlete placed top five in her event in all Toronto International Track & Field Games? Hint: She should be CTV’s track and field reporter; answer: Perdita Felicien. This week’s question is: Who was the male athlete crowned “Ontario’s Fastest Kid” at the 2012 Toronto International Track & Field Games?

A new trivia question will be displayed each week from April 8th to June 7th. That’s 9 weekly draws! So, be sure to come back each week for your chance to win! Draws take place each Friday afternoon and the lucky winner will be announced on the Athletics Ontario web site the following Monday. TITFG Trivia Contest is open to Athletics Ontario members only!

Last year the 2012 The Toronto International Track & Field Games featured athletes from 13 countries and 18 Canadian Olympic Team members. With only 2 years away from the Pan Am Games in Toronto, athletes are gearing up and the TITFG is a major stop on the NTL circuit. Click now on the TITFG Trivia web banner and answer this week’s question for your chance to see International Track Stars live and up close!! For complete contest rules & regulations see link on entry page.

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Ontario 10,000m Track Championships

The 8th edition of the London 10,000m (inc. Athletics Ontario 10,000m Championships) proved to be the strongest competition yet, as 7 athletes ran under the Canadian Championships 10,000m qualifying standard, including 2 women under the Francophone games standard. The mens race was exciting throughout, as eventual winner Hussein Hashi (Central Toronto Athletic Club) and bronze medalist Sami Jibril (Athletics Toronto) battled early on, while silver medalist Kyle O’Neill (London Runner) worked his way through the field and almost caught Hashi, who was able to respond strongly to secure the victory. Continue Reading →

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