The 2018 Athletics Ontario Cross Country Championships will be held on November 11, 2018. For more information please click here.
2017 Athletics Canada Cross Country Championships
Athletics Canada’s National Cross Country Championships took place on Saturday November 25, 2017, at Fort Henry in Kingston, ON.
Thousands of athletes and their families traveled to Kingston, ON on a foggy Saturday morning, to compete in the 2017 Canadian Cross-Country Championships. We’d like to congratulate all of our athletes who took part in their respective races. As a province, our athletes were fantastic. Team Ontario finished first in three age categories (Youth Girls, Junior Women, and Youth Boys), second in two (Senior Women, Junior Men) and third in the Senior Men’s category. The full provincial results can be found here: Women – Men.
You can find the full list of results here.
Check out some our top finishers:
Campbell Lee (Niagara Olympic Club) – Gold, 19:05.5
Joshua Zelek (Huron-Perth Wind) – Silver, 19:07.1
Aleksa Gold (Central Toronto Athletic Club) – Silver, 14:25.5
Braydon Clarke (Speed River T&F Club) – Silver, 25:19.9
Max Turek (Durham Dragons Athletics) – Bronze, 25:21.2
Brogan MacDougall (Physi-Kult Kingston) – Gold, 20:50.9
Eric Gillis (Speed River T&F Club) – Silver, 30:41.7
Claire Sumner (Physi-Kult Kingston) – Gold, 34:48.9
Ontario Masters Association
1 – Michael Gill (40), Lions Valley Athletics. Time: 27:12.0
2 – Nick Croker (32), Black Lungs Toronto. Time: 27:32.8
3 – Predrag Mladenovic, Unattached (45). Time: 27:40.5
Click here for the rest of the overall OMA results.
Age Graded Results: click here
Photos courtesy of Athletics Canada.
2017 Athletics Ontario Cross Country Championships
We co-hosted our 2017 AO Cross Country Championship with the Muskoka Algonquin Runners, at Morrison Meadows in Bracebridge, ON. We saw nearly 900 athletes come out and compete for medals, despite the wet and slippery conditions. The day kicked off with the Ontario Masters 5km race, where we saw athletes aged 35-85 years competing against one another. This was followed by our bantam, midget, youth, junior and senior men and women’s divisions, as well as a community run which took place mid-day and was open to anyone.
We want to give special thanks to our hosts, Muskoka Algonquin Runners, FITT Events, and Morrison Meadows for having us, we could not have put on the event without the use the of their facility. Additionally, a thank you to the officials and volunteers, as such an event could not take place without their support. Lastly, we want to thank the clubs, for training and providing us with such talented athletes who were eager to compete.
We would also like to extend congratulations to the Newmarket Huskies Track Club for winning the overall Cross Country Club Champion title. The full list of results can be found here.
Following are the medalists for each age division:
Gold – Christian Barida, University of Toronto Track Club
Silver – Badhasa Abbas, University of Toronto Track Club
Bronze – Heath McAllister, London Runners Distance Club
Gold – Aysia Maurice, 310 Running
Silver – Lexy Rivard, Central Toronto Athletic Club
Bronze – Elizabeth White, Central Toronto Athletic Club
Gold – Mathew Lampard, Central Toronto Athletic Club
Silver – Dakota Goguen, Newmarket Huskies
Bronze – Liam McKelvey, University of Toronto Track Club
Gold – Cassandra Williamson, The Gazelles
Silver – Abby Ylipahkala, Newmarket Huskies
Bronze – Sophie Coutts, Central Toronto Athletic Club
Gold – Nicholas Mota, Newmarket Huskies
Silver – Joshua Desouza, Newmarket Huskies
Bronze – Campbell Lee, Niagara Olympic Club
Gold – Jocelyn Chau, University of Toronto Track Club
Silver – Cameron Ormond, Newmarket Huskies
Bronze – Remy Cattell, Central Toronto Athletic Club
Gold – Paul Sagriff, Kingston Achilles
Silver – Edward Hayfron, Phoenix Athletics Association
Bronze – Brad Sheeler, London Western Track and Field Club
Gold – Lilly Tuck, Greater Uxbridge Road Runners
Silver – Zoe Burke, London Western Track and Field Club
Bronze – Hannah Russell, Greater Uxbridge Road Runners
Gold – Trevor Hofbauer, Speed River Track and Field Club
Silver – Andrew Nixon, Speed River Track and Field Club
Bronze – Bonsa Gonfa, Toronto Olympic Club
Gold – Natalia Hawthorn, Newmarket Huskies
Silver – Leslie Sexton, London Runners Distance Club
Bronze – Laura Desjardins, Newmarket Huskies
2016 Overall Cross Country Championships
The 2016 Overall Cross County Champions was awarded to the Newmarket Huskies after a combined team total of 190 points. For the fourth consecutive year, the Newmarket Huskies have defended their Cross Country title. Central Toronto Athletics Club edged out UTTC to secure second place. For the third straight year, Central Toronto athletes have made monumental improvements, giving the Newmarket Huskies new competition on the Cross Country circuit.
Complete standings for the top five teams are as follows:
|Newmarket Huskies Track Club
|Central Toronto Athletic Club
|University OF Toronto T.C
|Toronto Olympic Club
|Durham Dragons Athletics
Click here for the overall club scoring break down.
For team scores by age groups click here.
Team score by gender, click here
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