Search

You searched for : results

Canadian Combined Events Championships results

Senior women Gold – Maddie Buttinger, 5643 pts (University of Toronto)Silver – Jillian Drouin, 5615 pts (Sarnia)Bronze – Carolyn Adams, 4794 pts (University of Toronto) Senior men Gold – Patrick Arbour, 7147 pts (Ottawa Lions)Silver – Shawn Baudoin, 6579 pts (Windsor Legion)Bronze – Dylan Golow, 6427 pts (Saint-Laurent Select) Junior women Gold – Sara Villani, […]

Learn more

Safe Sport

Athletics Canada believes that everyone has the right to enjoy the sport at whatever level or position they participate. Athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers have the right to participate in a safe and inclusive training and competitive environment that is free of abuse, harassment or discrimination. Athletics Canada believes the welfare of everyone involved in […]

Learn more

Cameron Levins breaks Canadian marathon record; Marathon debutant Kinsey Middleton crowned 2018 Canadian Champion

Heading into the 2018 Canadian Marathon Championships three things were on everyone’s mind. How would the elite field – arguably the strongest in Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon history – handle the near freezing temperatures and wind gusts? Would newcomer Cameron Levins break the long-standing Canadian record (2:10:09 – Jerome Drayton, 1975)? And would Leslie Sexton […]

Learn more

Former and defending Canadian Champions set to compete in Marathon Championships Sunday

OTTAWA– The 2018 Canadian Marathon Championships, held in partnership with the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, return to the streets of Toronto on Sunday, Oct. 21. This year’s elite field includes former National Champions Reid Coolsaet (2009) and Krista DuChene (2016), defending Champion Leslie Sexton (2017) and the marathon debut of Cameron Levins. We caught-up with […]

Learn more

Buenos Aires 2018 – Youth Olympic Games

Live results – athletics Official website – Buenos Aires 2018 Buenos Aires 2018 – schedule (all sports – local time) Buenos Aires 2018 App (stay up-to-date with a personalized experienced) IAAF’s Youth Olympic Games webpage (timetable/results, news, event history and more) 179 countries will compete in 36 disciplines Team Canada (updates from the COC) Watch the […]

Learn more

Canada’s medal count at World Masters Championships up to 21

The World Masters Athletics Championships run through to September 16. Results Canadian medallists (as of September 12) Gold 🥇 Ted Rowan – Decathlon M85 WORLD RECORD Carol LaFayette-Boyd – 100m W75 Carol LaFayette-Boyd – 200m W75 Carol LaFayette-Boyd – High jump W75  Carol LaFayette-Boyd – Triple jump W75 Carol LaFayette-Boyd – Long jump W75 Karla […]

Learn more

Flanagan and Wodak win Canadian 5k titles at Yorkville Run

Capping an impressive season Ben Flanagan won his first national title yesterday at the 2018 Canadian 5k Championships held as part of the Bang & Olufsen Yorkville Run while Natasha Wodak reclaimed the women’s title which she first one in 2015. Flanagan broke the tape in a time of 13:56 with Wodak leading the women […]

Learn more

Five Canadians to represent Team Americas at Continental Cup

What is the Continental Cup Schedule and results Saturday September 8 Matt Hughes, Men’s 3000m Steeplechase (elimination) Sunday September 9 Shawn Barber, Men’s pole vault Christabel Nettey, Women’s long jump Charles Philibert-Thiboutot, Men’s 1500m Mohammed Ahmed, Men’s 3000m (elimination) Team Rosters Team Asia-Pacific Team Europe Team Americas Team Africa 

Learn more

Relay teams reach the podium, Canada finishes NACAC Championships with 21 medals

By: Jonathan Yue Crystal Emmanuel couldn’t believe she still had energy by the end of day three, capping off her 2018 NACAC Championships weekend by adding another two medals to her weekend haul. Final results  After winning the bronze in the women’s 100-metres on day two, Emmanuel added the silver medal in the 200-metres, running […]

Learn more

Gold for Rogers at IAAF World U20 Championships

Women’s 4×400-metre relay team sets new Canadian record Ottawa – The 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships came to end yesterday (July 15) in Tampere, Finland, with 15 Canadian athletes competing in a final recording eight Top 8 finishes. The highlight for Team Canada came from 19-year-old Camryn Rogers of Richmond, B.C., who landed on top of […]

Learn more

Last Tweet

@AthleticsCanada
More Tweets

AC on Instagram

More moments

Visit our E-store

Follow us!