Fourteen medals for TWU at Canada West championships

Medal haul includes four gold, four silver and six bronze medals for Spartan track and field athletes

Trinity Western track and field athletes captured four gold, four silver and six bronze medals at the Canada West championships.

Regan Yee (1500m, 1000m) and Mirelle Martens (3000m, 15000m) led the way with a gold and silver medal apiece while Hazel Ross also secured two medals, taking silver in the high jump and bronze in the 60m hurdles.

Emma Nuttall (high jump) and Cale Hernandez (heptathlon) were the other athletes to win gold.

The Spartans were in Saskatoon over the weekend for the championships with the women’s team placing fourth with 61 points while the men’s squad was tied for fourth with 47 points.

Lisa Brooking (3000m), Sophie Pauls (pentathlon), Nathan George (3000m), James Linde (long jump) and Nathan Dunford (pole vault) won bronze medals.

The Spartans now prepare for the CIS championships March 10 to 12 at York University.

 

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