What. A. Meet!

First off, I'd like to publicly thank all of the volunteers that were on hand to help at this year's Bob Vigars Classic. I say it every meet, we can't put on this kind of event without your support, so THANK YOU! I hope the athletes acknowledged your help, too. Secondly, thank you to our sponsors that allowed us to expand on this meet, by offering prize money! KGK Science, Tourism London, REV3K, McKenzie Lake Lawyers and SheffarPotterMuchan. We hope to see you again next year! What a gorgeous day for a meet. We've had such a rough spring, it sure was nice to finally have our athletes compete in great weather. It's no secret that our facility is old, but athletes from around the region

Provincial and National Combined Events Championships

Jared, Taylor and Austin ready to start Day 1 of the Dec in the 100m The first national championship of the year got under way this weekend in Toronto at Varsity Stadium in downtown Toronto for our U20 and Open athletes.. It's certainly early for a national championship, particularly for heptathletes and decathletes, but our crew was ready to go. The meet was also the provincial championships for U18 combined events athletes. London Western walked away as the top club of the championship with 16 points. Special shout out to Chris Caruso on setting a new club record in the U18 Decathlon of 6032 pts. Here's how results played out... Chris heads down the backstretch of the 400m, to end Day


Gold: 0 Silver: 3 Lisa Caruso - MG Pole Vault, Chloe Knox - SG Long Jump, Owen McDonald - SB Pole Vault Bronze: 4 Daniela Beckett - MG Pole Vault, Brianna Rand - MG 300mH, Connor Maclean - MB 300mH, Chloe Knox - SG Triple Jump Total Medals: 8 Top 8 Finishes: 23 Finally, the nice weather showed up and it was perfect timing! The sun was shining and it was nice and hot for all 3 days of OFSAA this year in Guelph. Special shout out to our lone double-medalist, Chloe Knox, who ends her high school career with a silver in LJ and bronze in TJ. Brianna Rand sprints to her bronze medal in the midget girls 300mH Midget Girls Daniela Beckett (Mother Teresa) 3rd Pole Vault Lisa Caruso (Oakridge) 2nd P


Gold: 5 Silver: 7 Bronze: 10 Total Medals: 22 OFSAA Qualifiers: 26 Sam Morrow's season ended after West Regionals last year. Having never done club track before, former member and now teacher/coach at MTS, Jen Barbon, introduced him to one of our throws coaches, Sylvia Kontra. That laid down the groundwork for his rise this year. In an event he didn't even do last year, he threw a 4m personal best in Discus to finish 4th and book his ticket to OFSAA. He also took bronze in Shot Put with a 15.03m, a huge improvement from last year, having not made the Top 8. One of many stories at an exciting OFSAA West Regionals this year. Good luck to those that have moved on to OFSAA, starting on


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