Trinity Western Spartans Nathan George became the first Spartan male athlete to win gold at the CIS national track and field championships. George was tops in the 300m race, setting a new school record in the process.

Three gold for TWU at track and field nationals

Nathan George, Regan Yee and Emma Nuttall win their respective events at CIS nationals

Trinity Western Spartans athletes returned from the CIS national championships with four medals — including three gold.

The athletes were competing in Toronto on March 10-12 with the women’s team finishing eighth overall while the mens’ team was 16th.

Nathan George got things started winning gold in the 300m with a time of 33.52. He became the first male Spartan athlete to win a gold medal at nationals.

For the women, Emma Nuttall took gold in the high jump, clearing 1.73m.

And the other two medals both came from Regan Yee.

She won gold in the 3000m with a time of 9:37.12 and then took bronze in the 1500m with a time of 4:26.02.


Just Posted

Langley hosting high-flying fun at annual gymnastics tournament

Action runs Friday through Sunday at the Langley Events Centre fieldhouse.

BREAKING: Plecas won’t run in next election if legislature oversight reforms pass

B.C. Speaker and Abbotsford South MLA says he feels ‘great sympathy’ for Jody Wilson-Raybould

Guatemala mission offers hope, health

Peninsula team to visit remote villages, build a home, in Piedra Blanca

Annual Aldergrove Fair announces 2019 theme: ‘Aldy on the Moon’

The fair is gathering space memorabilia as well as some of the people involved in the space program.

Guitar festival host performs in upcoming show

Langley’s Don Hlus is hosting and performing in the Fraser Valley Guitar Festival on Feb. 23.

VIDEO: Canada’s flag turns 54 today

The maple leaf design by George Stanley made its first appearance Feb. 15, 1965

Eight cases of measles confirmed in Vancouver outbreak

Coastal Health official say the cases stem from the French-language Ecole Jules Verne Secondary

Prominent B.C. realtor says he doesn’t know how child porn got on his computer

Closing arguments heard in Ian Meissner’s Chilliwack trial for accessing, possessing child porn

Workshop with ‘accent reduction’ training cancelled at UBC

The workshop was cancelled the same day as an email was sent out to international students

Former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell accused of sexual touching

Accuser went to police, interviewed by Britian’s Daily Telegraph

Avalanche control planned tomorrow on Highway 1

The highway will be closed in the morning east of Revelstoke

Judge rules Abbotsford home must be sold after son tries to evict mom

Mom to get back down payment and initial expenses

Mayors approve SkyTrain extension to UBC

Next step is a business plan and public consultation

Trump officially declares national emergency to build border wall

President plans to siphon billions from federal military construction and counterdrug efforts

Most Read