Tag: claire sumner
24 athletes will represent Canada in the U20 and Senior divisions at NACAC and Worlds in 2019
Women finish 6th, men 8th over 10k in St. Gallen, Switzerland
FISU-bound athletes expected to pay their own way to Switzerland to race
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.
Here’s what happened in the seven championship races in Kingston, Ont. on Saturday
How our late-season cross-country rankings stacked up with race day results from the U Sports Cross-Country Championships
2015 Pan Am Games bronze medallist and 2016 Canadian cross-country champion Sasha Gollish adds the 2017 U Sports Cross-Country Championships gold to her list of accomplishments
Former Queen’s cross-country captain Evan Andrin provides some of the hottest takes in Canadian running with the return of his satirical projections blog after a one-year hiatus.
September 30th, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Faced with a 30 per cent chance of returning to competitive running, Alex Wilkie races again for Queen’s University
Catch up on the action from Saturday’s Canadian Cross-Country Championships from Kingston, Ont. and Fort Henry.