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Nuttall, Innes named top performers

Not only did Emma Nuttal win gold in the high jump — setting a new Canada West record in the event — but she was also named the top female performer at the Canada West championships. - TWU Athletic Department
Not only did Emma Nuttal win gold in the high jump — setting a new Canada West record in the event — but she was also named the top female performer at the Canada West championships.
— image credit: TWU Athletic Department

Trinity Western Spartans’ Emma Nuttall and Calum Innes were both recognized for outstanding performances at the Canada West track and field championships over the weekend in Regina.

Nuttall won the gold medal in the high jump, clearing 1.85m, which also set a new Canada West record, and was named the top female performer at the meet.

Innes captured gold in the 60m hurdles and a silver in the 60m race. He also set a new school record in the latter and was named the Canada West male outstanding track performer.

photo courtesy of TWU Athletic Department

Trinity Western's Calum Innes (right) won gold in the 60m hurdles and took silver in the 60m race at the Canada West track and field championships. Innes was also named the Canada West top male track performer.

Alison Jackson also won a gold medal in the 3000m and a silver in the 1500m and Rebecca Marchant also win silver in the pole vault.

The Spartans rounded things out with bronze medals from Ayla Akehurst (triple jump), Liza Whitehead (60m), Fiona Benson (1500m) and Jamie Sinclair (pole vault).

And the women’s 4x200 and 4x800 relay teams both took bronze to give TWU a dozen medals.

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