Day 1 in the books at 2013 Canadian Track and Field Championship; 32 Canadian champions crowned

The following is a list of athletes who won Canadian championship titles on day one of the 2013 Canadian Track and Field Championships in Moncton, N.B.


Marta Sandoval – F52 wheelchair shot put – 3.71m
Jessye Brockway – F58 wheelchair shot put – 5.97m
Pamela Le Jean – F53 wheelchair shot put – 3.62m
Michelle Stilwell – T52 wheelchair 100m – 19.71
Ilana Dupont – T53 wheelchair 100m – 18.60
Becky Richter – T51 wheelchair 100m – 33.51
Keira-Lyn Frie – T54 wheelchair 100m – 17.99
Rachael Burrows – T34 wheelchair 100m – 23.21
Sarah White – T53 wheelchair 1500m – 6:09.58
Diane Roy – T54 wheelchair 1500m – 4:00.37
Natasha Fraser – 10000m – 33:21.43


Kyle Pettey – F35 wheelchair shot put – 10.70m
Robert Hughes – F33 wheelchair shot put – 8.38m
Joshua Watson – F56 wheelchair shot put – 5.79m
Andrew Davis – F52 wheelchair shot put – 5.79m
Issa Ouedraogo – F58 wheelchair shot put – 9.23m
Alister McQueen – F44 ambulatory javelin – 39.15m
Andrew Shaw – F37 ambulatory javelin – 32.07m
Rajvir Saini – F44 ambulatory discus – 31.04m
Kenneth Trudgeon – F46 ambulatory discus – 37.20m
Kevin Strybosch – F37 ambulatory discus – 46.03m
Guillaume Ouellet – T13 ambulatory 1500m – 4:07.43
Thomas Des Brisay – T20 ambulatory 1500m – 4:41.39
Brent Lakatos – T53 wheelchair 100m – 14.67
Nathan Dewitt – T34 wheelchair 100m – 16.96
Curtis Thom – T54 wheelchair 100m – 14.71
Jean-Phillipe Maranda – T53 wheelchair 1500m – 3:35.35
Jean-Paul Compaore – T54 wheelchair 1500m – 3:27.37
Dustin Walsh and guide Dylan Williamson – T11 ambulatory 400m – 54.13
Jonathan Furey – T37 ambulatory 400m – 1:09.11
Jackie Marciano – T44 ambulatory 400m – 54.71
Mohammed Ahmed – 10000m – 29:22.04

What to watch on day two
Day two at the 2013 Canadian Track and Field Championship will see the women get underway in the seven event heptathlon while the men complete day two of two in the ten event decathlon.  Brianne Theisen of Humbolt, Sask., is the one to watch in the heptathlon while Damian Warner of London, Ont., will look to carry his momentum from day on in the decathlon.

The men’s 3000-metres steeplechase could go down as the deepest and most competitive event when all is said and done at the championships with four men having a World Championship standard; it goes at 6:35 p.m.  In downtown Moncton on Friday evening is the Shot in the Dark which will feature the women’s shot put final at 7:30 p.m. and the men’s final at 9:15 p.m.  A pair of Canadian record holders will be featured in the downtown shot put with Julie Labonté of Sainte-Justine, Que., on the women’s side and Dylan Armstrong of Kamloops, B.C.

In para-athletics you don’t want to miss the men’s and women’s finals in the wheelchair 400-metres (5:00 p.m.) and 5000-metres (10:25 a.m.).  The men’s wheelchair 400-metres is highlighted by Jean-Paul Compaore of Sherbrooke, Que., Alexandre Dupont of Bradwell, Sask., Colin Mathieson of Winnipeg, Man., and Curtis Thom of Ottawa, Ont.
Complete results / live results
Day 2 live stream