Coverage from the 2017 Canadian Cross-Country Championships hosted by Athletics Canada and Physi-Kult in Kingston, Ont. The national championships are Nov. 25 (Saturday).
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Evaluating runners’ performances from the 2017 national cross-country championships in Kingston, Ont.
Campbell Lee wins by less than two seconds over Joshua Zelek to win the U18 6K at the 2017 Canadian Cross-Country Championships
14-year-old Sadie Sigfstead provides one of the national championships’ most impressive performances winning the U18 4K at the Canadian Cross-Country Championships
Kieran Lumb pulls away from Braydon Clarke and Max Turek over the final 2K to win the 2017 Canadian Cross-Country Championships U20 8K
Brogan MacDougall improves upon her second-place finish in 2016 to win the 2017 Canadian Cross-Country Championships U20 6K title
Claire Sumner, racing for local club Physi-Kult, wins her first senior national cross-country title at the 2017 Canadian championships on Nov. 25 in Kingston, Ont.
The mud got worse as the day went on
Luc Bruchet leads wire-to-wire to win the open men’s 10K at the 2017 Canadian Cross-Country Championships as four Olympians placed in the top-10
The Alberta runner had one of the most impressive races of the championships