If there's a certain style to Ethan Rashid-Cocker's racing, it's this: Have no fear.
Canada Track & Field and Cross Country News
A look at how track and field has shaped the prospect rankings ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Coaching by her father, Julia Tunks is beginning to find a love for track and field
The University of Wisconsin announced an addition to their 2021 squad yesterday from outside of the United States that certainly deserves your attention.
Boston University commit, Foster Malleck earned the 1500 race win at the Pan-American U20 Championships in a time of 3:47.05.
Former Ann Arbor Pioneer stand-out, Anne Forsyth earned a second place finish in the 5k contest at the Pan-American U20 Championships.
Ajax, Ontario-native Makenzy Pierre-Webster made quite an impression at SPIRE, upsetting Semira Killebrew in the 200m
MileSplit caught up with the new Canadian marathon record holder, Cam Levins.
Former Mississippi State University stand-out, Brandon McBride set a new Canadian 800m record with his time of 1:43.20 at the Monaco Diamond League meet.
Jeff Groh had a collegiate career to remember
Michigan's Anne Forsyth recorded an impressive time of 4:27.14 in the 1500m event at the London Distance Series #3 in London, Ontario.
Marcus Kemp (right) claimed the 3200m race win against a deep field at the Arcadia Invitational.
Justyn Knight’s high school PE teacher challenged him to do well in a 5K or get a failing grade. He won in a school record and has been on a tear ever since. The Canadian is now favored to win the NCAA individual title and has Syracuse in the hunt for a second team title.
Greg Metcalf has done it again!
America vs. Canada!
Unsponsored Fiona Benson of Canada threw down a 17-second PR to take the World Lead in the Mile at the FloTrack Throwdown in Portland, Ore.
The High School Showcase at the state of the art SPIRE Institute facility in Geneva, Ohio will be shown LIVE on MileSplit this Saturday!
Rod Dixon holds court five minutes from downtown Victoria in a rain-soaked, gravel parking lot at the back of the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre. He has an enraptured audience; a handful of early-arrival runners who have come to spend six hours listening to him talk about the finer details of training. He is here as a representative of the Lydiard Foundation, along with co-founder Nobuya, 'Nobby' Hashizume.
On first meeting Rod Dixon at 6:30 a.m., one would be remiss to blame him for being a bleary-eyed guest however, he is anything but that. After all, he is a much traveled Kiwi with an American address or two - he gets around. He is highly engaging, entertaining and perpetually energetic, talking with his hands in smooth, sweeping gestures. He lights up the early morning grayness with his giant, ivory grin; he seems more rock star than running legend.
Post race interview with Vikes, John Pratt, Adam Gaudes and Thomas who finished first, second and third in the 800m distance during The Q's Victoria Run Series.
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Canadian 5000m record holder Jeff Schiebler, is challenging all running related business to match his offer of donating $1000 to charity should fellow Canadian, Cameron Levins take down his record time of 13:13.96.
The 2013 National Track League (#NTL2013) announced that 37 Olympians have confirmed their participation at the 3rd annual Toronto International Track & Field Games (TITFG) on June 11 at the University of Toronto's Varsity Centre.
The Toronto competition serves as the second of five stops in NTL2013. The series will crown champions in ten events and will feature some of the best athletes from Canada and around the world.
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.
Victoria’s marquee track meet, the 2013 edition of the annual Victoria Track Classic, is celebrating its 25th year on Friday, July 5th at the University of Victoria’s Centennial Stadium. One of the meet’s (and Canada’s) most talented veterans Gary Reed will be there, not as an athlete, but as a fan of the sport. “I will cherish my Victoria days forever," said Reed, upon reflection of his time in the city as an elite competitor. The main event and the finale will be the "Gary Reed 800m" race, to honour his accomplishments and dedication to the event.
Ottawa - Athletics Canada today nominated 56 athletes to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) 2013 Summer Universiade (FISU) team that will compete in Kazan, Russia. The event takes place from July 6 to 17, athletics competition will take place July 7 to 12.
Athletics Canada's FISU nominees are highlighted by five 2012 Olympians:
OTTAWA - Athletics Canada is pleased to announce the Canadian communities which submitted letters of interest in hosting 2015-2018 Canadian Championship Series events. In total 26 organizations expressed interest to host Athletics Canada events.
Potential host communities have until September 30, 2013 to submit formal bid candidatures. Host cities will be announced in December 2013.
John McDonnell coached forty NCAA Championship teams in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track in thirty-six seasons at the University of Arkansas -- mentoring dozens of Olympians and hundreds of All-Americans during a career that is considered to be the most successful in any sport in American collegiate sports history. His biography was recently published by the University of Arkansas Press.
Five week out from OFSAA, Bill Cunliffe breaks down the top distance athletes in Ontario as of May 1st
The 31-year-old resident of Port Moody, B.C. began the year with a stunning victory at the Harriers Pioneer 8k in Victoria. Her time of 25:28 smashed the course record, which had been held for 27 years by Canadian Olympian Debbie Scott and caused much chatter on running forums across the continent.