Nov. 11: Provincial Cross Country Championships

The 2018 Athletics Ontario Cross Country Championships will kick off this weekend, Sunday November 11, at 9:00 AM. We are so excited to have so many athletes registered to compete. A link to the event’s Live Results will be available on our homepage for the duration of the event. That will go live on Sunday morning. 

Just a few final important reminders:

  • Due Saturday, November 10, at 3:00 PM: Team Declaration 
    • If you intend to have more than one group scoring in an age group, you MUST submit the team by TOMORROW, at 3:00 PM. Please email these declarations to Randolph Fajardo.
  • CHECK THE FINAL SCHEDULE. A few minor changes were made to the afternoon start times and updates to all time slots for awards.
  • Athletes, you MUST complete a waiver. They will be available at the accreditation tent on the day of the event, and for athletes who have previously given Power of Attorney forms, don’t worry about it!
  • The Championship page now includes the performance list, as well as club rosters. PLEASE review these documents and ensure that your athlete’s information is correct.
  • Awards
    • Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals will be awarded to the first three finishers from Ontario in each championship event. Non-Ontario athletes will receive medals if they place in the top 3 overall.
    • AO Championship medals will also be awarded to the first four finishers on each of the top three scoring teams from Ontario in each age category (U14 – Open). OMA medals will be provided to those entered in the Master division only. Post-Competitive athletes do not receive medals.
    • Additional medals will be available to all non-scoring runners on any of the top three teams. To be eligible, the runner(s) must complete the race. Additional medals may be purchased at the meet for a cost of $5.00 each. Team coaches or managers should arrange to obtain the medal(s) prior to awarding.
  • Last but not least, athletes and coaches will have access to the course on Saturday, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

It’s going to be a fantastic event, and we can’t wait to see you all there.

Amongst all of our registered athletes, there are a few that we want to highlight:  

Cameron Ormond

  • Finished second at last year’s AOXC Championship
  • Just achieved a 4-peat, winning her fourth gold OFSAA Cross Country medal, in her final year of high school – she is the first girl to do this
  • She also just competed at the Youth Olympic Games, in Buenos Aires, and finished 7th overall, with a 15th place finish in the cross country event

Aysia Maurice

  • Gold medalist in U14 Girls category at 2017 AOXC Championship  
  • Gold at first OFSAA Cross Country Championship last weekend

Heath McAllister

  • Bronze medalist in U14 Boys category at 2017 AOXC Championship  
  • Gold at first OFSAA Cross Country Championship last weekend

Evan Burke

  • Gold medalist at 2018 OFSAA Cross Country Championship
  • Recently set a new Canadian record in the 3000m race, at the Youth Olympic Games, with an incredible time of 8:14.99

Matthew Lampard

  • Gold medalist in U16 Boys category at 2017 AOXC Championship
  • Moving up an age category this year to U18

Nicholas Mota

  • Gold medalist in the U18 Boys category at the 2017 AOXC Championship  
  • Returning again this year to see if he can reclaim this title in his second U18 year

Leslie Sexton

  • She’s coming back this year in hopes of claiming the gold medal in the Open Women’s race!

Sophie Coutts

  • Finishing third in the 2017 AOXC Championship, and third in this past weekend’s OFSAA Championship, we’re excited to see what this U16 girl will do

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