The 2018 U Sports Track and Field Championships have come and gone.
The Canadian university track and field championships were March 8-10 in Windsor, Ont. at the Dennis Fairall Fieldhouse. There, the best varsity runners competed at the highest level of Canadian university athletics. (There are no outdoor university championships.)
To get a sense of what went down, here are select photos from throughout the three-day event.
A GOAT (greatest of all-time) makes an appearance for Austin Cole’s U Sports 300m record
Just confirmed, @acole_98’s 300m run of 33.37 seconds was the fourth fastest time by a Canadian….EVER! 👀🐻
— UAlberta Golden Bears & Pandas (@BearsandPandas) March 10, 2018
Sasha Gollish, the national cross-country rookie of the year in 2000, completes fifth and final year of eligibility
Angus Rawling wins first individual U Sports title in the 3,000m
Relays can get bumpy in the exchange zone (4x800m)
The difference (0.09 seconds) between a podium finish (Hufsmith) and fourth (Jones)
These are the fastest varsity women (60m podium) in the nation
Sauer snags bronze with big PB at USPORTS! ___________________________________________ Graduating senior @tegansauer ran the race of her life PB'ing and taking the bronze medal in a tough 60m final here at USPORTS this evening. . . . . Congratulations Tegan! What a way to finish off your last career race in the #BlackAndGold! . . . . 📸: @jhsportsphotos #usports #trackie #trackandfield #sprints #bronze #medal #champszn #track #tracknation