Two Gold for Ehrhardt at Combined Events Championships

The rain held off this weekend for a fantastic outdoor Combined Events Championship! It was great to see so many athletes come out to compete, both provincially and nationally, at the University of Toronto’s Varsity Stadium.

Your Open Men’s Decathlon national Champion, Taylor Ehrhardt, of London Western T.F.C., had some tremendous performances to earn him the gold. Entering day two in seventh place, he won four of the five events, earning him 6,892 total points and both the provincial and national gold medals. 

In the Open Women’s Heptathlon, national team member Georgia Ellenwood was the leader after day one, but unfortunately did not compete on day two, leaving it wide open for anyone to take. Some strong performances by all of the athletes resulted in a silver-gold combo for Ontario athlete Dallyssa Huggins, who earned medals both provincially and nationally, respectively.

Final Results will be available on our site shortly, please visit our results page to access those.

Photos from the meet are now available on our Facebook page.

Your 2019 provincial and national medalists are as follows:

Masters Men’s Provincial Pentathlon

Gold – Donald Ritchie, Unattached Ontario (2,234 points)
Silver – Matt Beechey, Jamcan Int. (2,143 points)
Bronze – Gary Pluim, Newmarket (2,009 points)

U18 Women’s Provincial Heptathlon

Gold – Abby Weening, Peak Velocity (4,051 points)
Silver – Emma Hendriksen, London Western T.F.C. (3,862 points)
Bronze – Robin Selkirk, Unattached Ontario (3,730 points)

U20 Women’s Provincial Heptathlon

Gold – Hannah Blair, Laurel Creek T.F.C. (4,533 points)
Silver – Korina Black, Etobicoke T.F.C. (4,360 points)
Bronze – Olivia Crewe, National Capital T.F.C. (3,687 points)

U20 Women’s National Heptathlon

Gold – Nicole Ostertag, U of S Huskies (5,297 points)
Silver – Alyson Edwards, U of R Cougars (4,579 points)
Bronze – Hannah Blair, Laurel Creek T.F.C. (4,533 points)

Open Women’s Provincial Heptathlon

Gold – Dallyssa Huggins, Unattached Ontario (4,716 points)
Silver – Emily Sprague, Ottawa Lions T.F.C. (4,158 points)
Bronze – Amanda Black, University of Toronto T.C. (3,875 points)

Open Women’s National Heptathlon

Gold – Maude Léveillé, Sherbrooke (5,369 points)
Silver – Dallyssa Huggins, Unattached Ontario (4,716 points)
Bronze – Madisson Lawrence, Winnipeg Opt. (4,626 points)

U18 Men’s Provincial Decathlon

Gold – Christopher Caruso, London Western T.F.C. (6,032 points)
Silver – Owen McDonald, London Western T.F.C. (5,687 points)
Bronze – Noah Dommasch, Thorold Elite (4,909 points)

U20 Men’s Provincial Decathlon

Gold – Bailey Couch, Woodstock Legion (6,056 points)
Silver – Tyler Denes, Peak Velocity (5,284 points)
Bronze – Matthew Veroude, London Western T.F.C. (4,542 points)

U20 Men’s National Decathlon

Gold – Denver Krupity, Calgary Spartans (6,410 points)
Silver – Ethan Foster, B.C. Flyers (6,234 points)
Bronze – Bailey Couch, Woodstock Legion (6,056 points)

Open Men’s Provincial Decathlon

Gold – Taylor Ehrhardt, London Western T.F.C. (6,892 points)
Silver – John Claude Van Biljon, Ottawa Lions T.F.C. (6,640 points)
Bronze – Austin McLeod, London Western T.F.C. (6,625 points)

Open Men’s National Decathlon

Gold – Taylor Ehrhardt, London Western T.F.C. (6,892 points)
Silver – Christopher Robertson, Unattached NB (6,827 points)
Bronze – Austin McLeod, London Western T.F.C. (6,625 points)

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