Saugeen Track and Field Club has once again proven its mettle against the top talent in the province. STFC athletes won 8 medals and had several personal best performances at the Athletics Ontario U16 and U18 Track and Field Championships held at T.D. Waterhouse Stadium in London over the weekend.
A small contingent of seven STFC U18 girls scored enough points to place STFC as the 6th best club in the province in the U18 Division. The U18 Division had 49 clubs competing and combined both Boys and Girls totals.
Multiple medal winners were Brooklyn Quanz, Jasmine Broere, Michelle van Stuyvenberg and Kara Tichbourne.
Brooklyn Quanz’s 3000m run of 9:51.43 was not only golden but also moved her into the number 5 ranking in Canada in that event. Also ranked nationally are Jasmine Broere, 6th in Discus and 7th in Shot Put and Michelle van Stuyvenberg, 7th in both Hammer and Discus.
Following are the full results for all athletes.
800m Olivia Latham 2:50.64 19th
1200m Kiera Snelling 4:08.40 16th, PB
4×800 Rimyelle Grady, Sydney Smelling, Olivia Latham, Keira Smelling 11:00.43 Silver
800 James Wheeler 2:29.51 12th, PB
1200 James Wheeler 3:38.11 16th, PB
Eli Boulus 3:39.14 18th
2000 James Wheeler 6:26.15 12th, PB
Shot Put Jasmine Broere 12.19m Silver
Hammer Michelle van Stuyvenberg 47.57m Silver
Jasmine Broere 41.03m 4th, PB
Discus Jasmine Broere 33.81m Gold, PB
Michelle van Stuyvenberg 33.17m Silver
Veronica Tedford 26.11m 7th
800m Kara Tichbourne 2:17.67 Bronze
3000m Brooklyn Quanz 9:51.43 Gold, PB
4×800 Kara Tichbourne, Jayla Catto, Brooklyn Quanz, Claire Rands 9:24.97 Gold