Chris Winter

University of Oregon Eugene, OR, CAN
  • Total Results 53
  • Total Events 8
Personal Records
  • 400mH - 9:03.38
  • 1500m - 3:47.42
  • 1 Mile (in) - 4:09.43
  • 3000m (in) - 7:59.16
  • 3K Steeple - 8:27.18
  • 5K - 13:58.17
  • 8K (xc) - 24:09.42
  • 10K (xc) - 30:47.80

Articles with Chris Winter

Canadians at Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational Chris Kelsall Apr 26, 2013

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.

Chris Winter Q&A - Post World Cross Country Championships Chris Kelsall Mar 29, 2013

  © Copyright - 2013 - Athletics Illustrated Canadian steeplechaser Chris Winter, of Vancouver, BC competed in the 2013 IAAF World Cross Country Championshipswhich took place in Bydgoszcz, Poland on Sunday, the 24th of March. He finished in 33rd position and second Canadian, which helped Team Canada finish eighth overall. HIs finishing time was 34:15, exactly one and a half minutes off of first place and 19 seconds behind teammate Mohammed Ahmed of St. Catherines, Ontario. Ahmed finished 22nd overall.