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|Nicolle Fraser||CC||Throws/Combined Events||JT/41.91m BCR|
|Christine Lowe||CC||Hurdles/Combined Events||80mH/11.89, PENT/2681|
|Emmalynne MacCorquodale||VISSA||Throws||SP/13.46m BCR, HT/48.72m|
|Stephanie Trenholm||CRC||Distance||1500m/4:40.03, 800m/2:15.41|
|Steven Braun||KEL||Jumps||Dominant & within 3% TJ/12.48m|
|Kris Burleigh||KAJ||Throws||JT/54.66m, DT/51.44m, SP/13.29m|
|Ryan Chester||CVC||Hurdles/Sprints||300mH/38.7h BCR, 400m/51.08|
|James Clark||GEA||Distance||Dominant & within 3% 1500m/4:11.92|
|Evan Dunfee||KAJ||Distance||1500RW/6:41.4h BCR, 3000RW/15:00.46 BCR|
|Oren Hanscomb||CRC||Distance||Dominant & within 3% 800m/2:02.60|
Dominant & within 3% 200m/22.92
|Keynan Parker||BBY||Sprints||100m/11.12, 200m/22.97|
|Angus Taylor||KAJ||Throws||HT/62.88m BCR, SP/16.11m BCR, DT/53.75m|
|Gareth Wells||LM||Throws||JT/55.66 BCR|
|Trina Chartrand||NTFC||Jumps/Combined Events||HJ/1.65m, PENT/2607|
|Kaitlin Nelson||VTFC||Sprints||400m/57.62, 200m/26.01|
|Christabel Nettey||SFTC||Sprints/Hurdles/Jumps||100m/12.39, 80mH/12.02, LJ/5.75m, TJ/11.48m|
|Holly Parent||VTFC||Jumps/Combined Events||HJ/1.65m, PENT/2727|
|Michelle Stuart||LM||Throws||JT/33.62m, SP/10.59m|
|Imrose Baga||UAC||Throws||DT/45.53m, SP/13.70m|
|Joseph Horan||TRA||Throws||HT/42.19m, DT/44.49m, SP/12.19m|
|Ian Miller||VR||Jumps||Dominant & within 3% HJ/1.75m|
|Erik Nielsen||CC||Throws||JT/41.23m, SP/12.48m|
|Jonathan Rathjen||PGTF||Throws||SP/12.27m, HT/41.25m|
|Tom Willcox||CC||Throws||DT/48.53m BCR, SP/11.60m|
|Florence Clifford||SFTC||Throws||HT/36.90m, DT/30.64m|
|Chantelle Deacon||KEL||Sprints/Distance||Dominant & within 3% 400m/61.85|
|Haleigh Lloyd||CVAC||Combined Events||PENT/2311|
|Sandra Ngongo||UAC||Sprints||Dominant & within 3% 200m/26.55|
|Jade Richardson||NTFC||Combined Events||PENT/2274|
|Jared Heldman||LM||Combined Events||PENT/2862|
|Karn Kang||SFTC||Combined Events||PENT/2704|
|David Ling||KAJ||Combined Events||PENT/2818|
|Daniel Medland-Marchen||KEL||Sprints/Distance||Dominant & within 3% 400m/56.83 & 800m/2:11.99|
|Emerson Murray||U||Throws||SP/12.98m, DT/37.81m|
|Stuart Pope||LM||Combined Events||PENT/ 2693|
|Spencer Prince||LM||Throws||SP/12.65m, JT/35.97m|
|Eric Schneebeli||U||Sprints||Dominant & within 3% 100m/12.20|
|Jacob Powrie||TBIR||Sprints/Combined Events||PENT/2754, 200mH/29.68|
|Serena Graf||SFTC||Throws/Combined Events||SP/11.27m, DT/23.68m, PENT/1844|
|Carmalita Robertson||VOC||Hurdles/Combined Events||60mH/10.45, PENT/1878|
|Madison Sands||GEA||Combined Events||PENT/1991|
|Scott McHaffie||SFTC||Combined Events||PENT/2029|
|Nolan Stubbs||PEN||Combined Events||PENT/2090|
|Andrea Di Lorenzo||BBY||Sprints||200m/29.58|
|Natasha Lazecki||CITY||Combined Events||PENT/1589|
|Kathryn van Ryswyk||SFTC||Hurdles||60mh/11.50|
|Jacob Houlton||LM||Combined Events||PENT/1839|
|Matthew van der Eyden||CITY||Combined Events||PENT/1852|
|Jenika Bannerman||NTFC||Sprints/Throws/Combined Events||100m/14.9, SP/5.80m, PENT/1043|
|Sonja Jacobsen||KAJ||Combined Events||PENT/833|
|Taylor Neveu||SFTC||Combined Events||PENT/996|
|Alannah Vetterl||SFTC||Jumps/Combined Events||HJ/1.17m, PENT/1141|
|Connor Hadath||GEA||Hurdles/Combined Events||60mH/11.88, PENT/1617|
|Nicolaus Karamanian||GEA||Combined Events||PENT/1495|
|Cole Lamont||GEA||Hurdles/Combined Events||60mH/11.20, PENT/1767|
|Joshua Lampen||GEA||Combined Events||PENT/1280|
|Michael North||CC||Sprints/Combined Events||200m/30.62, PENT/1560|
|Nathan Wadhwani||GEA||Distance/Combined Events||1500m/5:25.4, PENT/1476|
Information and Application Forms will be available on the BC Athletics website later next week.
Deadline for nomination: November 30, 2005
The BC Athletics Planning Committee (Chair, Jim Cummins, Jim Gallagher, John Bird, Tom Hastie and BC Athletics staff Brian McCalder) would like to present, as a first step in the process of membership involvement and consultation, the 2006-2012 Strategic Plan - DRAFT - of the identified Foundation Components and Critical Elements that are proposed as the framework of the 2006-2012 Strategic Plan.
The Planning Committee has presented this draft to the Board of Directors who have approved it in principle. The next step is to have the membership (clubs, individuals and association committees):
This is a very critical step in the planning process as it sets the framework around which the Goals, Objectives, Strategies, Actions/Activities are developed. It is the foundation and framework of the plan and the Planning Committee needs your input.
The intent of the Planning Committee is that the Strategic Plan should be Robust, Dynamic and Flexible.
You can direct any questions to the following members of the Planning Committee:
Your replies, feedback and recommendations of additions and changes should be sent to: all of the Planning Committee members by October 3/05.
Thank you very much for taking the time to review, input and being involved in the future direction of BC Athletics and Athletics in British Columbia.
This week's profile is on 2005 BC Junior Team Member, BC Juvenile Team Member, Canada Games Team Member and Pan Am Junior Team Member—Billie Whitegibson.
Hometown: Burnaby, BC
Club: Coquitlam Cheetahs
Coach: Tara Perry
Event: 100m & 200m
100m - 12.01 BC Juvenile#2nd / Can Juvenile#5th
200m - 25.58 BC Juvenile#2nd
2005 Canada Games 4x100m Gold Medallist
2005 Canada Summer Games 100m finalist - 4th
2005 Canadian National Junior Championships 100m Bronze Medallist
2005 Canadian National Legion 100m silver medallist
2005 BC Juvenile Championships 100m Champion
2005 BC High School 100m Champion
2005 BC Junior Team member
2005 BC Juvenile Team member
2005 TEAM BC - Canada Summer Games member
2005 Canadian Junior Team member
www.eventsonline.ca/events/champ10k/ ~ Deadline Tuesday, October 4, 2005
This clinic is for all runners who wish to improve their running fitness level and performance. Should already be comfortable running 25-30 miles per week (regardless of pace). Includes a formal interval training session every Wednesday night, plus coaching and personal consultation from John Hill (certified Level 2 coach). Presented by the Road Running Division of BC Athletics.
For complete information and registration:
Here are the results of a survey on what runners look for in a race.
If a race is timed using a chip system which do you think should be used as your "official" finishing time / place and the time used for age awards scoring, the gun time (time from the start of the race until you cross the finish line) or the net time (elapsed time from the time you cross the starting line to when you cross the finish line)?
Official time should be gun time: 102, 16.2%
Official time should be net time: 533, 84.6%
A race with 5000 runners and using the chip system could pay close to $15000 to time and score the race. How important is it to you to actually be timed and scored in a local short distance (5K or 5M) race (say a digital display clock was positioned at the finish where you could see your finishing time).
Extremely important: 104, 16.5%
Important: 219, 34.8%
Marginally important: 179, 28.4%
Not important: 132, 21%
If a runner wins an award in one category and also qualifies for an award in another category (for example a 40-year-old places 3rd overall and 1st in the 40-49 age category) should that runner receive both awards or should they only receive the greater of the two awards and be eliminated from the other category?
Runner should receive BOTH awards: 260, 41.3%
Runner should only receive one award: 373, 59.2%
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Monday, November 21, 2005
Roundhouse Community Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews (Pacific Blvd @ Davie St.)
Cross-training is a powerful tool to get a competitive edge in your running and to avoid 2 negative consequences of training: over-training and burnout. Cross-training is defined as using another sport, activity or training technique to help improve your performance, in this case running. Attend this presentation to learn how cross-training can enhance your running.
Wendy Epp, one of Vancouver's leading sports physiotherapists and Christine Fletcher, podium finisher Ironman Canada 2005 will discuss the practicalities of cross training and how it can lead to new performance outcomes! Wendy will give specific examples on techniques that she uses in her clinical role. Christine will motivate you with how the diversity of activities enhances your total fitness and ultimately benefits you to reach new levels of sport success.
Christine Fletcher is a professional long course triathlete training and living in Vancouver, BC. In 2003, Christine entered the professional circuit and was named Top Female Triathlete by both Triathlon British Columbia and Triathlon Canada and went on to take the national and provincial championship titles that same year. Christine is a nine-time Ironman competitor, including four times in Hawaii at the World Ironman Championships. Most recently, she placed third at Ironman Canada and grabbed the title at the inaugural Desert Half Ironman in early July.
Wendy Epp (B.Sc.P.T.) is a registered sports physiotherapist in the Province of BC. She has practiced in the lower mainland for over 13 years and specializes in orthopaedics and Sports Injuries. She has lectured for the Sun Run Training Clinics and Sports Medicine Council of BC. Wendy has worked with professional athletes from various sports and was a member of the Canadian Health Care Team for the 2002 Winter Olympics and Paralympics (Salt Lake City) and is a member of the Canadian Health Care Team for the 2006 Winter Olympics and Paralympics (Torino). She served as president and member at large for Sport Physiotherapy BC for 5 years, and sat on the National Committee for Sport Physiotherapy for 2 years. When not fixing other athletes, Wendy is a middle distance runner, triathlete and Ironman athlete - always injury free. Wendy practices at FORM PHYSIOTHERAPY in Vancouver.
Upon completion of the question and answer segment of the seminar, some lucky people will walk away with great running gear compliments of Forerunners.
The 2005 Canadian 10k Road Running Championships will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Sunday, October 9th. Stay tuned to the Athletics Canada website www.athleticscanada.com for additional information regarding entries and the technical package.
All athletes who achieve the Performance Standards listed below are eligible to compete in the 2005 Timex Canadian Road Race Championships. All runners must be registered members of a member branch of Athletics Canada prior to the championship date, in order to participate in the championships. All performances must be achieved in 2005 sanctioned road races.
Distance Male Female 5 km 15:50 18:45 10 km 33:30 40:00 1/2 Marathon 1:14:05 1:28:30 Marathon 2:36:10 3:06:40
Standards for 5 km, 1/2 Marathon and Marathon are based on the 10 km standards, calculated using the Mercier Tables.
Both individual performances and rankings in the BC Timex Road Running Series will be considered for Team Selection. Please see the General Criteria for Selection at: www.bcathletics.org/gensel.htm.
November 20, FILA Fall Classic 10km, Vancouver BC (UBC) www.fallclassicrun.ca
The Lower Mainland Cross Country Series is looking for volunteers wishing to assist with the coordination of the series. If you have participated in this series in the past or would just like to help please contact Jake Madderom, 604-433-3371 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download a printable one-page flyer listing all the regional Cross
Country Series meets in BC:
December 3, 2005
Jericho Park - Vancouver
Technical Package and entry forms: www.bcathletics.org/main/xcnationals05.htm
Call for committee members and volunteers. If you would like to assist with the planning and organizing of the Canadian Cross Country Championships or to volunteer notify email@example.com. 604-737-3174.
Download a printable 2-page flyer with information and schedules for
both the 2005 BC Cross Country Championships and Canadian Cross Country
See the following link for more course and registration information: www.bcathletics.org/ws_rjt_sep23.htm
See the following link for a list of upcoming RJT Instructor Training Workshops: www.bcathletics.org/main/rjt.htm#ws
See the following link for an outline of the Learning Outcomes and Requirements for RJT Instructor Certification: www.bcathletics.org/main/pdf/rjtoutcomes.pdf
South Fraser Track and Field club in Surrey needs a Distance coach immediately to assist in their Junior Develop development program. Javelin and Shot Put coaches are also needed for the spring. Please call Eustace (604) 588-3483.
BC Athletics in partnership with the Pacific Sport, National Sport Centre - Greater Vancouver invites applications for the full time position of Technical Manager Track & Field and Director Power/Speed Event Group. This is one position that will have responsibility for the Technical Management and Development of Track & Field in British Columbia along with providing enhanced leadership in the Power/Speed Event Group (Throws, Jumps, Sprints, Hurdles, and Combined Events). This individual must be a visionary, energized by the opportunity and have the ability to engage others in the collective achievement of the goals and objectives of the Track and Field program in British Columbia.
This is a full time position located at the BC Athletics office in Vancouver and will require some travelling. The salary is dependent upon training and experience. The position also provides benefits and travel support. The projected starting time: October/November 2005.
BC Athletics as an equal opportunity employer, invites applications from all interested and qualified individuals.
Applications must be received by Friday, September 30/05 and should
include: A covering letter; your resume; and at least 3 references.
Mail, fax or eMail applications to: BC Athletics, 1367 West Broadway, Ste
206, Vancouver, BC V6H 4A9
Fax: (604) 737-3171 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BC Athletics is currently seeking a part time administrative assistant for the BC Athletics Run Jump Throw Program. Under the direction of the Provincial RunJumpThrow Program Coordinator, the Administrative Assistant will:
This is a part time position located at the BC Athletics office in Vancouver and may require some lifting, set up and travelling.
BC Athletics as an equal opportunity employer, invites applications from all interested and qualified individuals.
Sunday, November 20, 2005
Madison's Restaurant, 2nd floor - 33305 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford, B. C.
9:30 a.m. Coffee
10:00 a.m. Meeting Start
If you have any agenda items, notice(s) of motion, etc. please reply by October 15th to Anne Lansdell, 1040 Adeline Place, Victoria, B. C. V8Y 3E7 or to email@example.com or by phone at 250-477-1407.
Each year BC Officials have the opportunity to qualify for the incentive awards program. These awards include BC Athletics golf shirts, fleece vest, poncho, sports bag, and new for this year, a sweatshirt. Officials qualify for incentive awards through credits earned at BCA sanctioned events through out the season.
To determine your eligibility, send a COPY of your credit card, before
October 15, to:
#24 730 122 Street
Surrey BC V3W 1B4
Awards will be available for pick up at the BC Officials AGM.
Chair: Tom Hastie - firstname.lastname@example.org
Board of Directors:
May 14, 2005
August 20, 2005
November 26, 2005
April 27, 2005
June 22, 2005
October 26, 2005
December 7, 2005
January 1, 2006
Committee Chair: Ron Bunting - email@example.com
April 3, 2005
June 26, 2005
July 24, 2005
Committee Chair: Ann Lansdell - firstname.lastname@example.org
2005 dates- TBA
Committee Chair: Jake Madderom - email@example.com
April 6, 2005
September 7, 2005
November 9, 2005
Contact: Jerry Tighe - firstname.lastname@example.org
2005 dates - TBA
Committee Chair: Frank Reynolds - email@example.com
June 25, 2005
(Ottawa, Ontario - August 30, 2005) - The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) wishes to advise the sport community that, as of October 1, 2005, it will implement the compliance component of the revised Athlete Whereabouts Program Guidelines which accompany the Canadian Anti-Doping Program.
Or Download the PDF:
“Making the difference as a Canadian Coach: Coaching Development
& System Building”
November 25th to 27th, 2005
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
Foote Field Board Room
9:00 am to 5:00 pm Athletics Canada Board of Directors Meeting
University of Alberta: School of Business: Stollery Centre
7:00 pm to 9.00 pm Coaching Education Session #1
9:00 pm to 11:30pm Reception: Stollery Centre
University of Alberta School of Business: Stollery Centre
08:45 am to 12:00 pm Domestic Business
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm Lunch: Keynote Speaker
1:45 pm to 3:15 pm Coaching Education Session #2: Concurrent Speakers
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm Coaching Education Session #3: Concurrent Speakers
7:30 pm to 10:00 pm Dinner with Guest Speaker. Club Development
University of Alberta School of Business: Stollery Centre
8:45 am to 10:00 am Women in Coaching Roundtable
10:15 am to 11:45 am Club Development in Canada
12:15 pm to 1:45 pm Performance Enhancement Teams: Forum
1:45 pm to 2:15 pm Closing Address
Event Site: University of Alberta, School of Business: Stollery
Accommodation: The Campus Towers Suite Hotel. The Campus Towers is a
five-minute walk from the Stollery Centre. We have secured a nightly rate
of $102 per room per night plus taxes at the Campus Towers. Please call
the hotel directly to make reservations at 1-888-962-2522. Quote booking
number 114994 when making the reservation.
To register for the Technical Congress please contact Scott Luck at the
Canadian Athletics Coaching Centre: 780 492 6868
Cost: $150 includes Friday night reception, Saturday Lunch & Saturday Dinner.
The Canadian Masters Athletic Association keeps Canadian Records in five-year age groups from 35-39 and older for men and women in the following;
The CMAA also publishes the current marks in the annual Canadian Masters Record Book, published in May.
If you have broken a listed CAN record, you have to fill out an application to let the CMAA know of your achievement. Certain details are required – wind readings, photo timing, downhill courses, certified throwing implements, etc, that affect the validity of a potential record. Records and application forms are on the CMAA site www.canadianmastersathletics.com
Please take the time to submit an application to help keep the records up to date.
CMAA Director Of Communications
Contact: Thelma Wright BC Athletics RunJumpThrow Coordinator
Phone 604 737 3175 firstname.lastname@example.org
Information regarding the new NCCP program can be found on the CABC website: www.coaches.bc.ca/. For additional information on courses offered, contact Brian McCalder at email@example.com or go to the website at www.bcathletics.org/main/education.htm#coached.
Any coaches interested in upgrading their current coaching level(s) or new coaches wanting to become certified during 2005 should email Brian McCalder at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the following information:
100 Mile House 2006 Northern BC Winter Games - Feb 2-5
Greater Trail 2006 BC Winter Games - Feb 23-26
Kamloops 2006 BC Summer Games - July 27-30
2008 BC Winter Games - Kimberley-Cranbrook - Feb 21-24, 2008
2008 BC Summer Games - Kelowna - July 24-27, 2008
2010 BC Winter Games - Terrace - Mar 4-7, 2010
2010 BC Summer Games - Langley - July 22-25, 2010
See the following link for:
1. 2005 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods
2. 2005 Monitoring Program (substances being monitored by WADA in order to detect patterns of misuse in sport.
3. 2005 Summary of Modifications vis-a-vis 2004 Prohibited List
Details, direct links and contacts
For complete listings of upcoming events (BC sanctioned events highlighted in yellow) with contact information:
see Track & Field above
2005 rankings to date:
Back issues of the BCAB are available at www.bcathletics.org/main/bcabulletin.htm.