Updated: Mustangs, Spartans on Team BC

Six Langley athletes competing at upcoming Canadian junior track and field championships

Langley is well represented at this week’s Canadian junior track and field championships.

Two members of the Langley Mustangs Track and Field Club, as well as four from the Trinity Western Spartans track team, were among the 30 athletes named by Athletics BC to represent the province.

The championships run July 12 to 14 in Sainte-Therese, Que.

Mustangs’ Georgia Ellenwood and Carolyn Sutherland will compete in the heptathlon and long jump, respectively.

Both are coached by the Mustangs’ Kim Chapdelaine, who was also named to the B.C. roster as the team’s jumps and combined throws coach.

And Trinity Western has four athletes representing B.C.: Regan Yee, Nathan George, Joel Deschiffart and James Linde.

Yee will run in the 2000m steeplechase and 3000m events.

George ins in the 400m.

Deschiffart is in the 5000m and 3000m.

And Linde is in the 100m and 200m.Yee is entering TWU in the fall while the other three will be in their second seasons.

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