Carly Paracholski named to Canadian World Junior Team

Congratulations to Carly Paracholski on being named to the Canadaian World Junior Team.  Carly will represent Canada in the 800m at the upcoming IAAF World Juniors in Moncton, July 19-25th.  Carly placed second in the 800m at the Canadian Juniors & World Trials and bettered her own Manitoba Provincial 800m Youth women’s record with a time […]

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Canadian Juniors Final Day

Today is the final day Canadian Junior Track & Field Championships and World Junior Trials in Moncton, NB. Congratulations to Carly Paracholski who just won Manitoba’s first medal.  Carly placed second in the 800m in a time of 2:08.17.  This broke the Provincial Youth record of 2:08.25 which Carly had set earlier this spring in South Dakota. Congratulations to our […]

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St Albert Challenge Results

Congratulations to Team Manitoba on your results at the St Albert Challenge.  The results are now available and can be viewed on Athletics Alberta website or via our website under Current Events.  There were numerous medals won by Team Manitoba, and other great performances.  Well done!

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Provincial Pole Vault & High School Records Broken

Congratulations to Victoria Robson, who set a new provincial Senior Women’s Pole Vault record this past weekend.  Victoria jumped 4.15m at the Athletics Ontario National Qualifier meet in Toronto.  This surpassed Jackie Honey’s record of 4.12m which was set in 2001.  Way to go Victoria! Congratulations are also extended to Julia Zrinyi, Wyatt Eyford and Carly Paracholski […]

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Nicole Edwards moves to World’s Top Ten list

Canada’s Nicole Edwards in her first 1500m outdoor race of 2010, edged runner-up Great Britian’s Jemma Simpson by 0.05 seconds at the Oxy High Performance meeting held at the Patterson Field/Bill Henry Track in Eagle Rock, California on May 22nd.  This is the fastest time for a Canadian this outdoor season and moves her to the 9th […]

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2010 National Youth Championships

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 12, 2010 Athletics Canada and Royal Canadian Legion announce changes to 2010 National Youth Championships OTTAWA – Athletics Canada published today the standards for the 2010 Royal Canadian Legion Youth Track & Field Championships taking place in Ottawa August 6-8 at the newly renovated Terry Fox Athletic Facility.  Athletics Canada is […]

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Updated Provincial Indoor Records

The Provincial Indoor records have been updated and posted under Track & Field/Records & Rankings. Hopefully all records set this past indoor season have been identified.  Please complete the provincial record form found here, and email it to shirley.athleticsmb@mts.net if any have been missed.

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Results from World Indoors

March 13, 2010 Women’s 60m Hurdles FINAL SILVER – Perdita Felicien, 7.86 (Seasonal Best) BRONZE – Priscilla Lopes-Schliep, 7.87 Men’s Shot Put – FINAL 4.   Dylan Armstrong, 21.39m – Canadian Record (pending ratification) March 12, 2010 DOHA – The Canadian hurdle duo of Perdita Felicien from Pickering, ON and Priscilla Lopes-Schliep of Whitby, ON are […]

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Provincial Records set at Boeing

Another successful Boeing Indoor Classic was held over the weekend.  There were many fine performances, with 15 meet records broken and 1 tied, as well as 6 new Provincial Age Class records set.  Congratulations to all who participated. Extra Congratulations to the following athletes who set new Manitoba provincial records: Robert Anderson, Sisler      Midget Men […]

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Another New Provincial Record

Congratulations to Alyssa Johnson, (University of Utah) who set a provincial record in the Junior women’s 400m over the weekend in Abuquerque, NM.  Alyssa ran 55.60, which broke the 30 year old record of 56.62 held by Sandy Gilkie.   Congratulations to Graham Woo, who set a provincial Youth men’s 60m hurdle record in Regina at the […]

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