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World class track and field will make its long awaited return to the University of Guelph next Tuesday May 28th at the Speed River Inferno. Entering its fourth year, the meet is ready to take a major step forward from previous installments. After spending the past three years at the St James track, the meet has moved to a permanent home at the newly redone Alumni Stadium. Along with a new location the meet has brought on corporate partner New Balance. These two factors have contributed to incredible fields and what promises to be an outstanding evening of track and field. Included in the fields will be athletes representing five countries as well as five Olympians.
WIN VIP Treatment at a Canadian Marathon near you © Copyright - 2013 - Athletics Illustrated The Canadian contingent of athletes competing in the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational on April 28th will be bolstered by a strong field of both men and women competing primarily in the middle distance events. “My goal for Payton Jordan is to toe-the-line ready to hurt, and then hurt some more and beat as many people as I can in my section.” In the men’s 800m race the University of Guelph’s Anthony Romaniw and the unattached Quin Ferguson lead the way, as they both have run under 1:48. Ferguson’s personal best of 1:47.11 is two years old though, where Romaniw ran his best during the 2012 season. Complementing the top two are a pair of University of Victoria Vikes, Adam Gaudes and Thomas Riva who own personal bests of 1:48.90 and 1:49.54, respectively. Also running are, Stuart Ellenwood, Travis Vugteveen and Cameron Proceviat, the latter three will be representing Simon Fraser University. The standards for making the Canadian team going to the IAAF World Track and Field Championships in the 800m are, “A” 1:45.40 and “B” 1:46.30.
Manhattan NY - It is almost time for the 106th annual Millrose Games. Billed as the oldest Track and Field meet in the country, all those who are attending will be in for a treat. More Olympians than you have fingers and toes, the pro fields are stacked with top talent. The high school fields are just as stacked, with events starting at 3:30pm, running right past 10pm. Two notable prep names have even emerged among the professional ranks, as Mary Cain (Unattached) will race the professional mile, and Edward Cheserek (St. Benedict's Prep) is entered in the professional 2-mile. You'll have your chance to catch your favorite relays and races, but everyone knows Millrose is all about the mile. The prestigious Millrose Mile for prep athletes have garnered a reputation as the premiere event of the indoor season. And we have a quick breakdown of all the top seeds and favorites, both prep and pro. Check it out below!
© Copyright - 2012 - Athletics Illustrated London, Ontario's Hilary Stellingwerff, who now resides in Victoria, BC, is competing in the 2012 London Olympic Games. She is coached by Guelph's Dave Scott-Thomas. Stellingwerff will be competing in the 1500m distance event. She owns a personal best time of 4:05.08, which she achieved in the 2012 Rome Diamond League meet. Stellingwerff also ran to an 800m personal best time during 2012 finishing in 2:02.01.
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Hilary Stellingwerff © Copyright - 2011 - Christopher Kelsall Middle distance runner Hilary Stellingwerff, is planning to compete for Canada at the 2012 London Olympic Games. She has raced in the Commonwealth Games, IAAF World Cross Country Championships, World Track and Field Championships and the World Indoor Championships. Originally from Sarnia, Ontario, she recently relocated to Victoria, BC by way of Lausanne, Switzerland. During the time this interview took place, she was on her way to New Mexico, to take in some altitude training to supplement her winter base mileage.