Canadian results from around the track and field

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

IAAF World Combined Events Challenge / Defi mondial des epreuves combinees de l’IAAF, Gotzis, Austria/Autriche, May 25-26 mai
Decathlon / Decathlon
1. Damian Warner (Worlds A Standard / Norme A du Mondial)
Heptathlon
1. Brianne Theisen (Worlds A Standard / Norme A du Mondial)

Swiss Championships / Championnat suisse, Pratteln, Switzerland/Suisse, May 25-26 mai
Men’s T53/T54 100m masculin T53/54
3. Brent Lakatos (T53), 15.16 (IPC Worlds A Standard / Norme A du Mondial du CIP)
Men’s T53/T54 400m masculin T53/54
1. Brent Lakatos (T53), 49.27 (IPC Worlds Elite Standard & Canadian Record / Record canadien et norme Elite du Mondial du CIP)
Men’s T53/T54 10000m masculin T53/54
5. Jean-Paul Compaore (T54), 21:59.21 (IPC Worlds A Standard / Norme A du Mondial du CIP)

Diamond League, Adidas Grand Prix, New York, United States/Etats-Unis, May 25 mai
Men’s Shot Put / Poids masculin
5. Dylan Armstrong, 20.27m (Worlds B Standard / norme B du Mondial)
Women’s 1500m feminin
6. Sheila Reid, 4:07.47 (Worlds B Standard/ Norme B du Mondial)

Canadian Marathon Championships / Championnat canadien du marathon, Ottawa, Ontario, May 26 mai
Women’s Marathon feminin
1. Lioudmila Kortchaguina, 2:33.10 (Worlds B Standard / Norme B du Mondial)
2. Catrin Jones, 2:44:11
3. Maryse Nault, 2:47:56
Men’s Marathon masculin
1. Rob Watson, 2:18:33
2. Lucas McAneney, 2:19:24
3. Maxime Leboeuff, 2:27:08

Pan American Race Walk Cup / Coupe panamericaine de marche, Guatemala City, Guatemala, May 25 mai
Men’s 20km Race Walk / 20 km masculine de marche
4. Evan Dunfee, 1:25:43
8. Inaki Gomez, 1:27:58

NCAA East & West Championships, May 23-25 mai
Men’s 100m masculin
7. Aaron Brown, 10.25 (10.11 in prelims was a Worlds A Standard / 10,11 en preliminaires, norme A du Mondial)
Men’s 200m masculin
6. Aaron Brown, 20.47 (Worlds A Standard / Norme A du Mondial)
Men’s 400m Semi Final / Demi-finale masculine du 400 m)
18. Daundre Barnaby, 46.61 (45.47 in prelims was a Worlds B Standard / 45,47 en preliminaries, norme B du Mondial)

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