Volunteer coaches are needed by the Royals – please contact Christa if you are interested….
Our JD program is expanding and we are in need of our parents and athletes to help with coaching our youngest club members. If you are able to help even once a week, please email Christa McAuley at email@example.com
Sainte-Therese, QC—August 5-7—Three club athletes traveled last week to the Canadian Youth Championships in Quebec and each of them returned home with a medal….
Sainte-Therese, QC—August 5-7—Three club athletes traveled last week to the Canadian Youth Championships in Quebec and each of them returned home with a medal.
Vikramjit Gondara brought his two years in the Youth division (16/17 year olds) to a conclusion by adding yet another gold medal to his collection. Undefeated during the year in his age division, Gondara tossed the 5-kg hammer 64.95 meters to win the event by more than four meters.
Teammate Rowan Hamilton, who has another year of competition remaining in the Youth age division, was the bronze medalist in the hammer with a toss of 60.11 meters. In addition, Hamilton’s toss moved him into third place in the Canadian Youth division rankings behind Gondara in first (65.46m) and Alberta’s Andreas Troschke (61.11) in second.
The club’s third medal was secured by high jumper Michael Lambert. Injured through the first three months of the outdoor season, Lambert made the best of his limited season by clearing 1.96m to win the bronze medal in his specialty.
Ocean Athletics Alexa Porpaczy, who is a VR training athlete, cleared 1.69 meters to win the gold medal in the Youth Division female high jump. Porpaczy completed her year ranked number one in Canada in her age division with a season’s best jump of 1.76 meters achieved at the BC Athletics jamboree.
Congratulations to the Royals Junior Development athletes on a fine weekend in White Rock at the BC JD Championships….
Congratulations to the Royals Junior Development athletes on a fine weekend in White Rock at the BC JD Championships.
Kristin Kotyk, in her first ever competition performed very well in the hurdles and in the high jump.
Ally Hutchison had strong performances in the discus and javelin.
The dream team of Trevor Matthysen, Gurshaan Gill, Trystan Castro and Lockhart MacGregor dominated the medley relay earning a gold medal and then went on to capture a silver medal in the 4 x 100 metre event.
Lockhart MacGregor was the Royals top performer of the meet, winning gold in the 300m, 800m, and 200m hurdles. Congrats to all our competitors on a fine meet and a great season.