Sunset Series Race #2
Runner's Den's Sunset Series Race #2 saw two Marauders break the previous 5km course record in another tight finish for the weekend. Jordan Bierema (Alum) and Alex Green finished 1-2 while Peter Wilson, Noah Fleming (Alum) and Larry Abbott (Alum) rounded out the first-through-fifth Marauder sweep.
Sunset Series Race #2Hamilton, ON, July 28th, 2015
1. Jordan Bierema 15:39.04 Course Record
2. Alex Green 15:42.35
3. Peter Wilson 16:41.87
4. Noah Fleming 16:43.96
5. Larry Abbott 16:50.61
15. Greg Lariviere 18:29.66
Full Results Here
Triathlon Ontario Provincial Championships
This past weekend, our triathletes capped off their season at the Triathlon Ontario Draft Legal Provincial Championships. Again, there were a number of strong performances, with 5 McMaster team members/alumni within the top 10, in the U23/Elite Men. The Forbes twins switched leads again as Austen Forbes won silver in a tight finish, and Taylor Forbes won bronze.
We are also excited to share news that soon-to-be Marauder, Elise Bolger took home the title of Junior Provincial Champion! Elise has had a very strong season including a number of podium finishes in Overall Female categories in different triathlon races. She will be a very strong addition to the Women's Cross Country team this coming fall!
|Elise Bolger, Jr Provincial Champion|
Triathlon Ontario Draft Legal Provincial Championships
Ottawa, ON, August 1st, 2015
2. Austen Forbes 57:53.3
3. Taylor Forbes 58:06.6
5. John Rasmussen 59:14.7
8. Reid Burrows 1:00:12.4
10. David Hopton 1:03:09.2
Junior Provincial Women
1. Elise Bolger 1:07:07.7
PanAmerican Junior Championships
Two Harbour Track-affiliated athletes had the honour of competing in a national singlet this weekend in Edmonton at the 2015 PanAmerican Junior Track and Field Championships.
|Evelyne Guay, 800m Bronze Medallist|
Evelyne Guay won a bronze medal in the women's 800m in a time of 2:08.52, as well as a bronze in the 4x400m relay.
Sergio Raez competed for Peru in the men's 5000m, finishing 9th in a time of 15:16.99.
Although the pair aren't McMaster athletes per se, we are very proud of them and happy to have been part of the process that helped them succeed!
Full Results from the competition can be found HERE
|Charlotte Ward, interview after Sprint Finals|
World Orienteering Championships
Orienteering athlete, Charlotte Ward (featured in our article Hamilton Twilight Meet #2 Recap, Results and Friends Abroad #1) competed at the 2015 World Orienteering Championships on Sunday. The 3.8km Sprint Final had the athletes winding through urban roads and alleyways in a high-speed chase. Charlotte finished 17th, in a time of 15:27.8, and was the first British athlete across the line. Congratulations Charlotte!