Monday, March 20, 2006

National & International Rankings

Seven Track North Athletes in the National & International Top-Ten

Athletics Canada's rankings for 2005 have been finalized and seven members of Sudbury's Track North Athletic Club were among the top-ten athletes in national and international rankings. Led by Lisa Labrecque's 8th place world ranking in the indoor mile, the rankings, organized by age group, are as follows:

World Rankings
Lisa Labrecque (Senior)
Mile indoor : 8th - 4:35.69 (5th best all-time in Canada)
3000m indoor: 54th - 9:14.37

Andrew Ellerton
800m: 67th-1:46.25

National Rankings
Senior (Over 19)
Lisa Labrecque:
1000m indoor: 1st-2:48.17
3000m indoor - 8th - 9:14.37

Andrew Ellerton
* 800m indoor: 5th -1:49.75
* 800m outdoor: 5th -1:46.25
* Mile: 7th - 4:02.72Junior (18-19)

Andrew Anathasopoulis (Elliot Lake)
Javelin: 10th - 57.34

Youth (17 and under)
Rebecca Johnston
400m: 5th - 56.32
200m: 5th -25:08

Tanya Simard (North Bay)
Triple Jump: 5th - 11.05 m

Eric Ouellet:
800m: 7th-1:55.14

Dan Gardiner
Triple Jump - 7th-13.48

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Canadian University Championships

CIS Championships
March 9-11,06
Saskatoon, SK

Women's 600m
Madeleine Woods - 6th - 1:35.62

Women's 1000m
Madeleine Woods - 8th - 2:58.70

Women's 4 X 800m
Tammy Dufresne (North Bay) ran on Windsor's silver medal winning team!

Women's 4 X 400m
Madeleine ran on Windsor's team that finished 4th - Madeleine's split was 56.9 (2 hours after her 600m final)

Both Madeleine and Tammy are also National Champions as the University of Windsor won the overall women's title.