Track and Field (W)
Distance runner Tambra Dunn is among six new 2010 inductees to the McGill Sports Hall of Fame.
Former Olympic swimmer Richard Pound, who went on to a lengthy administrative career with the International Olympic Committee, headlines a new cast of six inductees announced for the McGill Sports Hall of Fame, bringing the list of honoured members to 101 since the pantheon opened in 1996.
There seems to be nothing that Majenta Whyte-Potter-Mal won’t embrace with enthusiasm and a positive attitude. For those reasons, the 23-year-old medical student from LaSalle was selected to receive the Andrea Taylor memorial award at the annual McGill track and field awards evening.
Sprinter Hayley Warren of Orillia, Ont., was named rookie of the year and MVP of the track and field team at the 13th annual McGill University track and cross-country awards gala, held at Molson's Brewery, Saturday.
Hockey players Francis Verreault-Paul of Mashteuiatsh, Que., and Cathy Chartrand, a defenceman from Lac Nominingue, Que., were named male and female athletes of the year, respectively, at the 33rd annual McGill intercollegiate sports awards gala held at the AMC Forum, Thursday.
Justin Darlington of Montreal and Hayley Warren of Orillia, Ont., are the McGill University athletes of the week for the period ending Mar. 14, 2010.
Freshmen Justin Darlington won silver and bronze medals and Hayley Warren also captured a bronze to end a long medal famine for McGill at the 2010 CIS track and field championship in Windsor, Ont., Friday.
McGill's Justin Darlington of Montreal, earned performance-of-the-meet honours for field events with a school record leap of 2.07 metres in the men's high jump at the Quebec university track & field championship meet at Richard Tomlinson Fieldhouse over the weekend. Medal winners are posted below and complete results are available online at: www.mcgilltrack.com