3rd CMA Indoor Championships Produce 12 Canadian Records

Over 200 athletes competed in the 3rd Canadian Masters Indoor Championships at the Toronto Track & Field Centre on March 10th and 11th. It was the largest indoor Masters meet in Canadian history.
11 Canadian age group records were broken.

M40 Yannick Le Mouel PQ
(L) ran 8.97 in the 60m Hurdles, breaking the CAN record of 9.11 held bt Glenn Chipkar ON in 2002.
M35 David Valenzuela ON (R) broke the 7.91 CAN record the next day in the 50m Hurdles with a 7.62 mark. The record was held by Neil Sander MB ’87.

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M70 Mike Morris ON (in black) broke his own CAN record of 7.61 in the 50m with a 7.57

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W70 Alice Cole PQ had a great meet – breaking the CAN record by over 4 seconds in the 200m in 41.43. The record of 45.63 was held by Klazina Noort BC from 2010.

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The next day, Alice ran 1:39.05 in the 400 breaking Gwendolyn Boivin SK record of 2:54 by 1:15 !!

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W45 Annie Bunting ON broke her own 2:24.47 record with a 2:22.25 finish in the 800m.

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W50 Debbie Hele ON ran her first Hurdle race in 35 years.
She set a CAN record in the 50mH in 10.07

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M60 Richard Lech ON ran 9.34 in the 50m Hurdles.
That mark breaks a 33 year old CAN record of 9.54 (9.3ht) held by Max Pickl ON.

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M40 Team Quebec (plus guest) ran the 4 X 200m Relay on Saturday in 1:38.31 – breaking the CAN mark of 1:39.85 set at the World Champioships in Kamloops in 2010.
(L-R) Chris Lemassif ON (who was on the Kamloops team), Yannick Le Mouel,Jerry Kangni, and Zaven Tavitian

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W50 Elizabeth Hill ON threw the Weight 11.63m – breaking Liz McBlain’s 11.11m CAN mark set in 2001.

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M35 Jean Pierre Fortin ON set a new CAN mark with a 6:59.49 in the 1500m Racewalk. The old record was 7:20.00by Paul Guimond ON in 1994.

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W60 Lina Liscio ON broke Ann Marie Rosenitsch’s 8:49.99 CAN record with a 8:47.97 mark in the 1500m Racewalk.

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University of Toronto Track Club was the winning Club with 210 points, with The Ottawa Lions in second place with 110 points, and The Throwers Club with 102 points. The Club mid-distance runners are coached by CMA President Paul Osland (L).

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