Kate Van Buskirk »

Peter Corrigan and Kate Van Buskirk Interview

Peter Corrigan and Kate Van Buskirk Interview

Christopher Kelsall July 6, 2014 0

© Copyright – 2014 – Athletics Illustrated

Read More »
Frizell, Nettey and Barber set Championship Records on Final Day of Canadian Championships

Frizell, Nettey and Barber set Championship Records on Final Day of Canadian Championships

Christopher Kelsall June 30, 2014 0

Lakatos wins 6th medal at Championship; Steacy wins 10th national title; Cummins retires Moncton, N.B. – The last day of the 2014 Canadian Track and Field Championships saw four Canadian records and seven Championship records

Read More »
Updated: Top Twenty Canadian Indoor List – 2/12/2014

Updated: Top Twenty Canadian Indoor List – 2/12/2014

Christopher Kelsall February 11, 2014 0

Here is an interesting ranking of Canadian athletes today.  Not endorsed by Athletics Canada, but compiled form Douglas Clement. Top Twenty Canadians Indoor to February 12, 2014 Men Name Event Mark IAAF points * Cam Levins’89 2000 4:55.35 1223 * Aaron Brown’92 200m 20.53 1206 * Nathan Brannen’82 Mile 3:54.22 1205 * Sam Effah’88 60m 6.58 1167 Brendon Rodney’92 200m 20.78 1167 * Mike Mason’86 High Jump 2.30m 1166 Jeremy

Read More »
Top Athletics Illustrated News and Performances for 2013

Top Athletics Illustrated News and Performances for 2013

Christopher Kelsall December 23, 2013 0

© Copyright – 2013 – Athletics Illustrated Top Athletics Illustrated News and Performances for 2013 To decide what was the biggest piece of Canadian athletics news during 2013, would be a decision based as much on

Read More »
Kate Van Buskirk Interview

Kate Van Buskirk Interview

Christopher Kelsall November 22, 2013 1

Copyright – 2013 – Athletics Illustrated Kate Van Buskirk is a Canadian middle-distance runner from Toronto, Ontario. She specialises in the 1500 metre distance and has also competed well over 5000 metres. She was the Canadian

Read More »
World Championship medallists headline Athletics Canada Francophone Games team

World Championship medallists headline Athletics Canada Francophone Games team

Christopher Kelsall September 5, 2013 0

Athletics Canada Ottawa – 61 athletes will represent Canada in athletics competition at the 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie in Nice, France. Headlining the team are 2013 IAAF World Championship medallists Derek Drouin of Corunna,

Read More »

Damian Warner wins decathlon bronze at Worlds; Inaki Gomez 8th in 20km RW

Christopher Kelsall August 12, 2013 0

Athletics Canada  Moscow – Damian Warner of London, Ont., won bronze today at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championship. Warner finished the ten-event decathlon with a personal best score of 8512 points

Read More »
Theisen-Eaton 4th in heptathlon going into day two; Genest and Hughes advance to 3000mSC final

Theisen-Eaton 4th in heptathlon going into day two; Genest and Hughes advance to 3000mSC final

Christopher Kelsall August 12, 2013 0

Athletics Canada Follow Team Canada at the 2013 IAAF World Championship in Athletics at www.worlds2013.athletics.ca Moscow – Brianne Theisen-Eaton of Humboldt, Sask., is in a familiar position. Like teammate Damian Warner who won bronze yesterday in

Read More »
Mohammed Ahmed records best ever Canadian finish in 10,000m; Damian Warner in 4th; Aaron Brown and Gavin Smellie advance to 100m semis

Mohammed Ahmed records best ever Canadian finish in 10,000m; Damian Warner in 4th; Aaron Brown and Gavin Smellie advance to 100m semis

Christopher Kelsall August 11, 2013 2

Athletics Canada Moscow – A number of Canadian athletes recorded strong performances on the first day of competition at the 2013 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championship in Athletics. Today’s Canadian highlights in

Read More »
Brown and Emmanuel crowned Canada’s Fastest at Track and Field Championships

Brown and Emmanuel crowned Canada’s Fastest at Track and Field Championships

Christopher Kelsall June 23, 2013 0

Athletics Canada Aaron Brown of Toronto, Ont., won the men’s 100-metres in a close final with a time of 10.25 securing his spot on the World Championship team. Calgary, Alta.’s Sam Effah finished second in

Read More »