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Day 3 Recap: 2008 CIS track and field championship

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Published: 8 May 2008

By Earl Zukerman

(VERSION FRANÇAISE CI-DESSOUS)

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Day 3 Recap: 2008 CIS track and field championships:
Guelph wins first-ever national track & field title, sweeps both men’s and women’s competitions

March 8, 2008

MONTREAL (CIS) – The University of Guelph Gryphons have captured both the men’s and women’s national titles at the CIS track and field championships, which concluded Saturday at Richard Tomlinson Fieldhouse on the campus of McGill University.

It marked the first time that Guelph had won either title and was the sixth time in CIS history that one institution swept both banners in the same season.

The three-day competition featured six fieldhouse records and only one CIS championship meet record, which occurred in the final competition of the weekend as Calgary won the men’s 4x400-metre relay in a sizzling three minutes, 14.12 seconds to beat the 15-year-old standard of 3:14.60 held by Western since 1993.

Complete results are available online at www.athletics.mcgill.ca or www.cisport.ca/e/championships/track/2008.

Sam Effah of the Calgary Dinos, was voted male athlete of the meet. He amassed four gold medals, including the 60-metre sprint and the 300m in addition to a pair of relays (4x200, 4x400). The Calgary-born sophomore had been named earlier in the week as the CIS male athlete of the year.

Regina’s Janine Polischuk, garnered female athlete-of-the-meet honours. She won gold medals in both the long and triple jumps and had a silver-medal finish in the 60m hurdles.

Guelph’s Dave Scott-Thomas earned both the men’s and women’s coach-of-the-year awards.

The Guelph men, which tallied 66 points overall to finish first of 19 teams, captured the banner despite not winning any gold medals. They ended up with three silvers and a pair of bronzes. The Calgary Dinos, which led all teams in the medal count with six (5 gold, 1 bronze), finished three points back with 63. Windsor (60), Western Ontario (58) and Sherbrooke (50) rounded out the top five.

On the women’s side, Guelph led the medal count with seven, including three golds, two silvers and a pair of bronzes. The Gryphons totaled 96.5 points to finish first of 22 teams. Western was second with 90, followed by Windsor (80.5), Calgary (73) and Saskatchewan (53).

Fieldhouse record that toppled on Day 3, included Calgary’s aforementioned men’s 4x400, which was composed of Effah in the leadoff position, followed by Evan Kimick, Mike Saizew and Trent Ratzlaff.

Other Fieldhouse marks fell in the men’s 1500m, won by Victoria’s Geoff Martinson (3:48.82) and the women’s 4x400 relay won by Calgary in 3:46.19. The Dinos quartet was composed of Amonn Nelson, Tessa Gray, Kelsey Lotwin and Holly Ratzlaff.

Rounding out the Day 3 men’s gold medalists Was York’s David St. Bernard (triple jump, 15.34m), Toronto’s Jason Wurster (pole vault, 5.35m), Alberta’s Matthew Doherty (shot put, 16.92m), Calgary’s Trent Ratzlaff (600m, 1:18.61), and Calgary’s 4x200 relay team (1:27.32), which was composed of Effah, Justin Sinclair, Mike Saizew and Evan Kemick.

Other Day 3 gold medalists on the women’s side included Guelph’s Michelle Moody (high jump, 1.78m), Calgary’s Holly Ratzlaff (600m, 1:30.21), Victoria’s Ashley Hinther (1500, 4:31.60) and Windsor’s 4x200 relay (1:38.50), composed of Noelle Montcalm, Shavonne Davis, Nicole Sassine and Jennifer O’Brien.

All gold medalists automatically earn CIS all-Canadian first team honours, while silver medalists receive second team status.

CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS

Men
Most Outstanding athlete of the championship: Sam Effah, Calgary

Coach of the year (Bob Boucher Award): Dave Scott-Thomas, Guelph

Women
Most Outstanding athlete of the championship: Janine Polischuk, Regina

Coach of the year (Sue Wise Award): Dave Scott-Thomas, Guelph

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS

Men

1. Guelph, 66 points
2. Calgary, 63
3. Windsor, 60
4. Western, 58
5. Sherbrooke, 50
6. Alberta, 49
7. York, 46
8. Manitoba, 43
9. Victoria, 39
10.Toronto, 38
11.Saskatchewan, 34
12.Queen’s, 29
13.Ottawa, 24
14.Regina, 18
15.Laval, 14
15.Dalhousie, 14
17.Lethbridge, 10
18.McGill, 4
19.Waterloo, 1
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TOTAL: 660 pts
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Women

1. Guelph, 96.5 points
2. Western, 90
3. Windsor, 80.5
4. Calgary, 73
5. Saskatchewan, 53
6. Alberta, 44
7. Toronto, 34
8. Regina, 31.5
9. Dalhousie, 28
9. Sherbrooke, 28
11.Ottawa, 22
12.Victoria, 21
13.York, 16.5
14.Manitoba, 12
15.Lethbridge, 10
16.McGill, 7
17.Laval, 4
17.Queen’s, 4
19.Saint Mary’s, 3
20.Waterloo, 2
21.Montreal, 0
21.StFX, 0
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TOTAL: 660 pts
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FINAL MEDAL COUNT:
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Men:

1. Calgary, 6 (5 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze)
2. Guelph, 5 (0-3-2)
3. Western Ontario, 5 (0-3-2)
4. Sherbrooke, 4 (1-2-1)
5. Alberta, 4 (1-1-2)
5. York, 4 (1-1-2)
7. Windsor, 4 (1-0-3)
8. Toronto, 3 (2-0-1)
8. Victoria, 3 (2-0-1)
10. Manitoba, 3 (0-3-0)
11. Queen’s, 3 (0-2-1)
12. Ottawa, 2 (0-2-0)
13. Saskatchewan, 2 (0-1-1)
14. Laval, 1 (1-0-0)
14. Western Ontario, 1 (1-0-0)
14. Lethbridge, 1 (1-0-0)

Women:

1. Guelph, 7 (3 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze)
2. Western Ontario, 7 (1-3-3)
3. Calgary, 6 (3-2-1)
4. Windsor, 6 (3-0-3)
5. Saskatchewan, 5 (1-1-3)
6. Alberta, 4 (0-3-1)
7. Regina, 3 (2-1-0)
8. Ottawa, 3 (0-2-1)
8. Toronto, 3 (0-2-1)
10. Sherbrooke, 2 (2-0-0)
11. Victoria, 1 (1-0-0)
11. Lethbridge, 1 (1-0-0)
13. York, 1 (0-1-0)
14. Dalhousie, 1 (0-0-1)


INDIVIDUAL MEDALISTS (FINAL RECAP)

60m (M):

CIS Meet Record: 6.58, Ibrahim Meite, Sherbrooke, 2002
Fieldhouse Record: 6.56, Nick Macrozonaris, St-Laurent Select, 2002
Canadian Record: 6.45, Bruny Surin, (Leivin, FRA), 1993

1. Sam Effah, Calgary, 6.73
2. Tyrone Halstead, York, 6.78
3. Randolph Fajardo, York, 6.78

60m (F):

CIS Meet Record: 7.37, Sonia Paquette, Sherbrooke, 1994
Fieldhouse Record:
7.44, Genevieve Thibault, Laval, 2007
7.44 Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, 2005
Canadian Record:
7.02, Philomena Mensah, (Maebashi, JAP), 1999
7.02, Philomena Mensah, (Ghent, BEL), 2000


1. Marie-Eve Dugas, Sherbrooke, 7.59
2. Christiane Lela, Ottawa, 7.63
3. Noelle Montcalm, Windsor, 7.69


300m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 33.40 Alex Marchand, Sherbrooke, 1999
Fieldhouse Record: 32.95 Shane Niemi, York, 2002
Canadian Record: 32.75 Tyler Christopher, (Winnipeg, CAN),2006

1. Sam Effah, Calgary 34.23
2. Michael Robertson, Ottawa 34.46
3. Trent Ratzlaff, Calgary 34.50


300m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 37.35 Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, 2005
Fieldhouse Record: 37.55 Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, 2005
Canadian Record: 37.17 Jillian Richardson (Sindelfingen, GER), 1988

1. Amonn Nelson, Calgary 38.23
2. Sharai Siemens, Saskatchewan 38.97
3. Christiane Lela, Ottawa 39.29


600m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 1:16.10 Byron Goodwin, Manitoba, 1995
Fieldhouse Record: 1:17.26 Alexandre Marchand, Sherbrooke, 2000
Canadian Record: 1:16.10 Byron Goodwin, (Winnipeg, CAN), 1989

1. Trent Ratzlaff, Calgary, 1:18.61
2. Quin Ferguson, Manitoba, 1:18.80
3. Ryan Finn, York, 1:18.94


600m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 1:27.63 Camille Cato, York, 1984
Fieldhouse Record: 1:29.51 Holly Ratzlaff, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 1:27.63 Camille Cato, (Sherbrooke, CAN), 1984

1. Holly Ratzlaff, Calgary, 1:30.21
2. Julie Tousaw, Ottawa, 1:31.61
3. Liane Heale, Toronto, 1:32.14


1000m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 2:23.08 Sebastien Ouellet, Sherbrooke, 1999
Fieldhouse Record: 2:23.08 Sebastien Ouellet, Sherbrooke, 1999
Canadian Record: 2:19.04 Simon Hoogewerf, (E.Rutherford, USA), 1989

1. Tommy Lecours, Laval 2:24.93
2. Braden Novakowski, Queen’s 2:25.45
3. Matt Hulse, Queen’s 2:25.58


1000m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 2:42.81 Paula Schnurr, McMaster, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 2:45.1(h) Sarah Ali-Khan, McGill, 2003
Canadian Record: 2:38.24 Diane Cummins, (Lieven, FRA), 2003

1. Hannah Eberhard, Windsor 2:50.01
2. Lindsay Carson, Guelph 2:50.42
3. Jen Souter, Saskatchewan 2:50.60


1500m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 3:46.85 Allan Klassen, UBC, 1990
Fieldhouse Record: 3:49.83 J.C. Nduwingoma, St-Laurent Select, 2007
Canadian Record: 3:38.73 Doug Consiglio, (Fayetteville, USA), 1986
1. Geoff Martinson, Victoria, 3:48.82**
2. Matt Hulse, Queen’s 3:50.34
3. Johannes Mallie, Victoria 3:51.76

** Fieldhouse Record


1500m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 4:15.41 Paula Schnurr, McMaster, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 4:18.75 Megan Brown, Toronto, 2007
Canadian Record: 4:08.18 Carmen Douma-Hussar, (Budapest), 2004

1. Ashley Hinther, Victoria, 4:31.60
2. Jessica O’Connell, Calgary, 4:31.91
3. Lindsay Carson, Guelph, 4:31.95


3000m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7:59.29 Jeff Schiebler, UBC, 1996
Fieldhouse Record: 8:14.68 Jeremy Deere, Calgary, 1999
Canadian Record: 7:40.17 Kevin Sullivan, (Fayetteville, USA), 2007

1. Andrew Coates, Windsor 8:20.06
2. James Poulin-Cadovius, Sherbrooke 8:21.30
3. Dave Weston, Windsor 8:23.16


3000m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 9:04.88 Brenda Shackleton, Victoria, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 9:15.83 Sarah Dillabaugh, Ottawa Lions, 2000
Canadian Record: 8:50.80 Lynn Williams, (Indianapolis, USA), 1987

1. Lindsay Carson, Guelph 9:41.19
2. Paula Findlay, Alberta 9:41.46
3. Ashley Hinther, Victoria 9:42.46


60m HURDLES / HAIES (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7.83 Mark McCoy, York, 1983
Fieldhouse Record: 7.75 Charles Allen, Ottawa Lions, 2006
Canadian Record: 7.41 Mark McKoy (Toronto, ON), 1993

1. Mark Stewart, Toronto, 8.10
2. Cody Sorenson, Guelph, 8.16
3. Valery Komenan, Sherbrooke 8.27

60m HURDLES / HAIES (F)

CIS Meet Record: 8.23 Sonia Paquette, Sherbrooke, 1997
Fieldhouse Record: 8.28 Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 7.75 Perdita Felicien, (Budapest, HUN), 2004

1. Marie-Eve Dugas, Sherbrooke 8.35
2. Janine Polischuk, Regina 8.69
3. Latesha Francis, Windsor 8.76


4X200m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 1:26.01 Sherbrooke (Ben Youssef Meite, Desire Jean-Marie, Emmanuel Paris, Emmanuel Montreuil Jean-Pois), 2007
Fieldhouse Record: 1:24.85 * Legacy Athletics (T. Christopher, A. Kunkel, K. Nelson, N. Hurtubise, 2007)
Canadian Record: 1:24.85 T.Christopher, A.Kunkel, K.Nelson and N.Hurtubise (McGill U., Montreal), 2007

1. Calgary, 1:27.32 (Sam Effah, Justin Sinclair, Mike Saizew, Evan Kimick)
2. Manitoba, 1:27.63 (David Szczepaniak, Quin Ferguson, Nathan Labbe, Zach Durand)
3. Western, 1:29.13 (Randy McAuley, Joel Newbert, Matt Middleton, Jason Kerr)


4X200m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 1:37.11 Windsor, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 1:37.57 Saskatchewan, 1999
Canadian Record: 1:37.11 University of Windsor, (Toronto, CAN), 1993

1. Windsor, 1:38.50 (Noelle Montcalm, Shavonne Davis, Nicole Sassine, Jennifer O’Brien)
2. Toronto, 1:40.15 (Athena McBean, Kate Ruediger, Kerry Kuluski, Sarah Colangelo)
3. Calgary, 1:40.83 (Amonn Nelson, Tessa Gray, Kelsey Lotwin, Holly Ratzlaff)


4X400m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 3:14.60 Western, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 3:15.21 U of Saskatchewan, 2000
Canadian Record: 3:07.77 Gibbons, Graham, Anderson and Goodwin (Toronto, CAN), 1993

1. Calgary, 3:14.12**# (Sam Effah, Evan Kimick, Mike Saizew, Trent Ratzlaff)
2. Ottawa, 3:16.40 (Michael Robertson, Brian Cummings, Tyler Fawcett, Marc-Philippe Taillon)
3. Western, 3:18.67 (Randy McAuley, Joel Newbert, Rob Gooch, Mario Rigby)

** Fieldhouse Record
# CIS Meet Record


4X400m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 3:41.11 Manitoba, 1992
Fieldhouse Record: 3:47.77 Saskatchewan, 1999
Canadian Record: 3:36.03 Canada, (Glasgow, SCO), 2000

1. Calgary, 3:46.19** (Amonn Nelson, Tessa Gray, Kelsey Lotwin, Holly Ratzlaff)
2. Toronto, 3:48.29 (Athena McBean, Liane Heale, Rosa Serafini, Kate Ruediger)
3. Western, 3:48.48 (Tara Paluzzi, Lisa Grieve, Jen Perrault, Jennifer Cotten)

** Fieldhouse Record


4X800m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7:29.23 Manitoba, 1995
Fieldhouse Record: 7:33.01 R. Jacobs, G. Harris, J. Corbit, U. Albert (Dalhousie, 2007)
Canadian Record: 7:24.5(h) Housley, Craig, Bogue and Craig (Toronto, CAN),1979

1. Victoria, 7:30.83** (Johannes Mallie, Richard Lehman, Geoff Martinson, Darren Mazzei)

2. Guelph, 7:38.01 (Angus Macaulay, Brendan Brooks, Josh Roundell, Dustin Gamble)

3. Windsor, 7:38.88 (Josh Edwards, Adam Kellar, Matt Sinclair, Kevin Savard)

** Fieldhouse Record / record de piste


4X800m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 8:41.66 Victoria, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 8:56.63 Toronto, 2007
Canadian Record: 8:41.66 Victoria, (Winnipeg, CAN), 1988

1. Windsor, 8:55.22** (Amanda Mokedanz, Melissa Bishop, Jessica Reid, Hannah Eberhard)

2. Calgary, 9:01.75 (Valerie Hurdle, Jessica O’Connell, Rachel Romero, Heather Sim)

3. Dalhousie, 9:04.95 (Kja Isaacson, Caroline McInnes, Joelle Marshall, Celia Peters)

** Fieldhouse Record / record de piste


POLE VAULT / SAUT A LA PERCHE (M)

CIS Meet Record: 5.65 Doug Wood, York, 1992
Fieldhouse Record: 5.40 Jason Wurster, Toronto, 2008
Canadian Record: 5.65 Doug Wood, (Winnipeg, CAN), 1992

1. Jason Wurster, Toronto, 5.35
2. David Foley, Sherbrooke, 5.30
3. Taylor Petrucha, Saskatchewan, 4.90


POLE VAULT / SAUT A LA PERCHE (F)

CIS Meet Record: 4.22 Kelsie Hendry, Saskatchewan, 2005
Fieldhouse Record: 3.95 Adrianne Vangool, Saskatchewan, 2007
Canadian Record: 4.41 Dana Buller, (Albuquerque, USA), 2007

1. Adrianne Vangool, Saskatchewan, 4.00**
2. Sue Kupper, Alberta 3.95
3. Leah Vause, Saskatchewan, 3.90

** Fieldhouse Record / record de piste


LONG JUMP / SAUT EN LONGUEUR (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7.64 Patrick Banim-Massok, UQAM, 2003
Fieldhouse Record: 7.61 Craig Cavanaugh, York, 1999
Canadian Record: 7.98 Edrick Floreal, (Indianapolis, USA), 1989

1. Andrew Judge, Western 7.29
2. Nathan Labbe, Manitoba 7.18
3. Matthew Cardoza, Alberta 7.16


LONG JUMP / SAUT EN LONGUEUR (F)

CIS Meet Record: 6.24 Jocelyn Adu-Gyamfi, Toronto, 2001
Fieldhouse Record: 6.17 Alice Falaiye, Toronto, 1998
Canadian Record: 6.57 Krysha Bayley, (Clemnson, USA), 2005

1. Janine Polischuk, Regina 5.96
2. Alanna Backx, Western 5.91
3. Jennifer Cotton, Western 5.90


HIGH JUMP / SAUT EN HAUTEUR (M)

CIS Meet Record: 2.24 Alex Zaliauskas, Toronto, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 2.27 Kwaku Boateng, Concordia, 1996
Canadian Record: 2.33 Mark Boswell, (Fayetteville, USA), 2000 2.33 Mark Boswell, (Lievin, BEL), 2002

1. Mark Dillon, Toronto 2.11
2. Alex Witmer, Western 2.08
3. Cornell Haynes, Guelph 2.02


HIGH JUMP / SAUT EN HAUTEUR (F)

CIS Meet Record: 1.87 Tami Lutz, UBC, 1986
Fieldhouse Record: 1.89 Natalja Jackheere, Belgium, 1998
Canadian Record: 1.99 Debbie Brill, (Edmonton, CAN), 1982

1. Michelle Moody, Guelph, 1.78
2. Kristen Matthews, York, 1.78 (J)
3. Lindsey Bergevin, Alberta, 1.72

(J) finished second on tie-breaker


TRIPLE JUMP / TRIPLE SAUT (M)

CIS Meet Record: 15.80 Patrick Banim-Massok, UQAM, 2002
Fieldhouse Record: 16.15 Shawn Peters, Regina TC, 2003
Canadian Record: 17.14 Edrick Floreal, (Indianapolis, USA), 1989

1. David St Bernard, York, 15.34
2. Pat Quilty, Western, 14.62
3. Andrew Judge, Western, 14.57


TRIPLE JUMP / TRIPLE SAUT (F)

CIS Meet Record: 13.01 Kelly Dinsmore, Windsor, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 12.76 Michelle Hastick, Independent, 1999
Canadian Record: 14.02 Tabia Charles, (Notre Dame), 2000

1. Janine Polischuk, Regina, 12.60
2. Neb Zachariah, Guelph, 12.48
3. Natalie Phillips, Windsor, 11.88


SHOT PUT / LANCER DU POIDS (M)

CIS Meet Record: 18.46 Chris Meisner, Lethbridge, 2004
Fieldhouse Record: 17.52 Jim Steacy, Lethbridge, 2007
Canadian Record: 20.32 Brad Snyder, (Baton Rouge, USA), 1998

1. Matthew Doherty, Alberta, 16.92
2. Pat Szpak, Guelph, 16.75
3. Mike Miller, Windsor, 15.97


SHOT PUT / LANCER DU POIDS (F)

CIS Meet Record: 15.31 Shannon Kekula, Saskatchewan,1990
Fieldhouse Record: 14.74 Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 17.02 Carmen Lonesco, (Montreal, CAN), 1979

1. Steph Jackson, Guelph 13.77
2. Heather Patterson, Western 13.67
3. Chantel Spies, Saskatchewan 13.64


WEIGHT THROW / LANCER DU MARTEAU (M)

CIS Meet Record: 23.61 Jim Steacy, Lethbridge, 2007
Fieldhouse Record: 23.61 Jim Steacy, Lethbridge, 2007
Canadian Record: 24.72 Scott Rusell, (Ames, USA), 2002

1. Sean Steacy, Lethbridge, 20.62
2. Matt Doherty, Alberta, 19.42
3. Owen Willems, Guelph, 17.65


WEIGHT THROW / LANCER DU MARTEAU (F)

CIS Meet Record: 19.66, Kate Forbes, Lethbridge, 2005
Fieldhouse Record: 17.97, Marie-Josee Le Jour, St-Laurent Select, 2006
Canadian Record: 21.84, Amy Moses, (Gainesville, USA), 2005

1. Heather Steacy, Lethbridge, 17.93
2. Jenilee Way, Alberta, 17.41
3. Heather Patterson, Western, 16.08


PENTATHLON (M):

CIS Meet Record: 3902, Jamie Adjetey-Nelson, Windsor, 2004
Fieldhouse Record: 3877, Jamie Adjetey-Nelson, Windsor, 2007

1. Yassine El Fouladi, Sherbrooke, 3,630
2. Chris Crossley, Saskatchewan, 3,528
3. Marcus Cunningham, Alberta, 3,459


PENTATHLON (F):

CIS Meet Record: 4380, Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Fieldhouse Record: 4380, Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 4550, Jill Ross-Giffen, (Canyon, USA), 1982

1. Jennifer Cotton, Western, 3,823
2. Shellie McParland, Western, 3,665
3. Brae Anne McArthur, Guelph, 3,647


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POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE

Résumé Jour 3: championnats d’athlétisme de SIC 2008

8 mars 2008

MONTRÉAL – Les Gryphons de l'Université de Guelph ont remporté les deux bannières du Championnat universitaire d'athétisme de Sport interuniversitaire canadien qui a pris fin ce samedi à l’Université McGill en terminant premier tant chez les femmes que chez les hommes.

Il s’agit d’un premier championnat en athlétisme en salle pour les Gryphons. C’est aussi la sixième fois depuis 1981 qu’une institution remportait les deux bannières la même saison.

Durant les trois jours de compétition, six records de piste ont été brisés et un record de championnat est survenu ce samedi quand les Dinos de l'Université de Calgary ont remporté le relai 4x400m en 3:14,12 secondes battant l’ancienne marque de 3:14,60 réalisé en 1993 par l'Université de la Saskatchewan. Le quatuor recordman était composé de Samuel Effah, Evan Kimick, Mike Saizew et Trent Ratzlaff.

Résultats complets disponibles à :
www.cisport.ca/f/championnat/athletisme/2008

Effah a d’ailleurs été choisi sans surprise Athlète masculin par excellence de la rencontre. Lors de son séjour dans la métropole, Effah a amassé quatre médailles d’or incluant des victoires au 60m, 300m et deux lors des relais (4x200m et 4x400m).

Pour sa part, Janine Polischuk des Cougars de l'Université de Régina a été élue Athlète féminine par excellence de la rencontre. Elle a monté sur la plus marche du podium dans les épreuves du saut en longueur et du triple saut en plus de mériter une médaille d’argent au 60m haies.

L’entraîneur-chef des Gryphons de l'Université de Guelph Dave Scott-Thomas a quant à lui été sélectionné Entraîneur de l’année du côté masculin et féminin.

La formation masculine des Gryphons a conclut la compétition avec 66 points devançant 18 autres formations, et ce, sans remporter de médailles d’or. Les Gryphons ont récolté trois médailles d’argent et deux de bronzes. Les Dinos de l'Université de Calgary ont pour leur part fini au second rang du classement avec 63 points et six médailles (5 or, 1 bronze) tandis que Windsor (60), Western Ontario (58) et Sherbrooke (50) complétait le tableau du top cinq.

Du côté féminin, les représentantes de Guelph ont eu une bonne récolte de médailles incluant trois d’or, deux d’argent et deux de bronze. Avec 96,5 points, Guelph a été la meilleure des 22 équipes inscrites. Western Ontario a suivi avec 90 points tandis que Windsor (80,5) prenait le troisième rang par équipe.

Parmi les records de piste établie lors de la dernière journée, mentionnons la prestation au 1500m de Geoff Martinson de l'Université de Victoria (3:48,82) et du relai féminin de l'Université de Calgary au 4x400m (3:46,19).

Les autres vainqueurs d’épreuves chez les hommes ont David St. Bernard de l’Université York (triple saut, 15,34m), Jason Wurster de l’Université de Toronto (perche, 5,35m), Matthew Doherty de l’Université de l’Alberta (lancer du poids, 16,92m), Trent Ratzlaff de l’Université de Calgary (600m, 1:18,61) et le relai 4x200m de l’Université de Calgary (1:27,32) composé de Samuel Effah, Justin Sinclair, Mike Saizew et Evan Kemick.

Du côté féminin, les médaillées d’or ont été Michelle Moody de l’Université de Guelph (saut en hauteur, 1,78m), Holly Ratzlaff de l’Université de Calgary (600m, 1:30,21), Ashley Hinther de l’Université de Victoria (1500m, 4:31,60) et le relai 4x200m de l’Université de Windsor (1:38,50) composé de Noelle Montcalm, Shavonne Davis, Nicole Sassine et Jennifer O'Brien.

Tous les médaillés d’or du championnat ont été automatiquement été élu sur la première équipe d’étoiles canadiennes tandis que les médaillés d’argent ont reçu une place sur la deuxième équipe d’étoiles.

HONNEURS DES CHAMPIONNATS

Masculin
Athlète par excellence du championnat: Sam Effah, Calgary

Entraîneur de l’année (Prix Bob Boucher): Dave Scott-Thomas, Guelph

Féminin
Athlète par excellence du championnat: Janine Polischuk, Regina
Entraîneur de l’année (Prix Sue Wise): Dave Scott-Thomas, Guelph


CLASSEMENTS PAR ÉQUIPE FINAUX

Masculin

1. Guelph, 66 points
2. Calgary, 63
3. Windsor, 60
4. Western, 58
5. Sherbrooke, 50
6. Alberta, 49
7. York, 46
8. Manitoba, 43
9. Victoria, 39
10.Toronto, 38
11.Saskatchewan, 34
12.Queen’s, 29
13.Ottawa, 24
14.Regina, 18
15.Laval, 14
15.Dalhousie, 14
17.Lethbridge, 10
18.McGill, 4
19.Waterloo, 1
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TOTAL: 660 pts
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Féminin

1. Guelph, 96.5 points
2. Western, 90
3. Windsor, 80.5
4. Calgary, 73
5. Saskatchewan, 53
6. Alberta, 44
7. Toronto, 34
8. Regina, 31.5
9. Dalhousie, 28
9. Sherbrooke, 28
11.Ottawa, 22
12.Victoria, 21
13.York, 16.5
14.Manitoba, 12
15.Lethbridge, 10
16.McGill, 7
17.Laval, 4
17.Queen’s, 4
19.Saint Mary’s, 3
20.Waterloo, 2
21.Montreal, 0
21.StFX, 0
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TOTAL: 660 pts
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REMISE DES MEDAILLES:
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Masculin:

1. Calgary, 6 (5 or, 0 argent, 1 bronze)
2. Guelph, 5 (0-3-2)
3. Western Ontario, 5 (0-3-2)
4. Sherbrooke, 4 (1-2-1)
5. Alberta, 4 (1-1-2)
5. York, 4 (1-1-2)
7. Windsor, 4 (1-0-3)
8. Toronto, 3 (2-0-1)
8. Victoria, 3 (2-0-1)
10. Manitoba, 3 (0-3-0)
11. Queen’s, 3 (0-2-1)
12. Ottawa, 2 (0-2-0)
13. Saskatchewan, 2 (0-1-1)
14. Laval, 1 (1-0-0)
14. Western Ontario, 1 (1-0-0)
14. Lethbridge, 1 (1-0-0)

Féminin:

1. Guelph, 7 (3 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze)
2. Western Ontario, 7 (1-3-3)
3. Calgary, 6 (3-2-1)
4. Windsor, 6 (3-0-3)
5. Saskatchewan, 5 (1-1-3)
6. Alberta, 4 (0-3-1)
7. Regina, 3 (2-1-0)
8. Ottawa, 3 (0-2-1)
8. Toronto, 3 (0-2-1)
10. Sherbrooke, 2 (2-0-0)
11. Victoria, 1 (1-0-0)
11. Lethbridge, 1 (1-0-0)
13. York, 1 (0-1-0)
14. Dalhousie, 1 (0-0-1)



MÉDAILLÉS INDIVIDUELS: (sur les 3 jours)

60m (M):

CIS Meet Record: 6.58, Ibrahim Meite, Sherbrooke, 2002
Fieldhouse Record: 6.56, Nick Macrozonaris, St-Laurent Select, 2002
Canadian Record: 6.45, Bruny Surin, (Leivin, FRA), 1993

1. Sam Effah, Calgary, 6.73
2. Tyrone Halstead, York, 6.78
3. Randolph Fajardo, York, 6.78

60m (F):

CIS Meet Record: 7.37, Sonia Paquette, Sherbrooke, 1994
Fieldhouse Record:
7.44, Genevieve Thibault, Laval, 2007
7.44 Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, 2005
Canadian Record:
7.02, Philomena Mensah, (Maebashi, JAP), 1999
7.02, Philomena Mensah, (Ghent, BEL), 2000


1. Marie-Eve Dugas, Sherbrooke, 7.59
2. Christiane Lela, Ottawa, 7.63
3. Noelle Montcalm, Windsor, 7.69


300m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 33.40 Alex Marchand, Sherbrooke, 1999
Fieldhouse Record: 32.95 Shane Niemi, York, 2002
Canadian Record: 32.75 Tyler Christopher, (Winnipeg, CAN),2006

1. Sam Effah, Calgary 34.23
2. Michael Robertson, Ottawa 34.46
3. Trent Ratzlaff, Calgary 34.50


300m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 37.35 Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, 2005
Fieldhouse Record: 37.55 Adrienne Power, Dalhousie, 2005
Canadian Record: 37.17 Jillian Richardson (Sindelfingen, GER), 1988

1. Amonn Nelson, Calgary 38.23
2. Sharai Siemens, Saskatchewan 38.97
3. Christiane Lela, Ottawa 39.29


600m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 1:16.10 Byron Goodwin, Manitoba, 1995
Fieldhouse Record: 1:17.26 Alexandre Marchand, Sherbrooke, 2000
Canadian Record: 1:16.10 Byron Goodwin, (Winnipeg, CAN), 1989

1. Trent Ratzlaff, Calgary, 1:18.61
2. Quin Ferguson, Manitoba, 1:18.80
3. Ryan Finn, York, 1:18.94


600m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 1:27.63 Camille Cato, York, 1984
Fieldhouse Record: 1:29.51 Holly Ratzlaff, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 1:27.63 Camille Cato, (Sherbrooke, CAN), 1984

1. Holly Ratzlaff, Calgary, 1:30.21
2. Julie Tousaw, Ottawa, 1:31.61
3. Liane Heale, Toronto, 1:32.14


1000m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 2:23.08 Sebastien Ouellet, Sherbrooke, 1999
Fieldhouse Record: 2:23.08 Sebastien Ouellet, Sherbrooke, 1999
Canadian Record: 2:19.04 Simon Hoogewerf, (E.Rutherford, USA), 1989

1. Tommy Lecours, Laval 2:24.93
2. Braden Novakowski, Queen’s 2:25.45
3. Matt Hulse, Queen’s 2:25.58


1000m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 2:42.81 Paula Schnurr, McMaster, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 2:45.1(h) Sarah Ali-Khan, McGill, 2003
Canadian Record: 2:38.24 Diane Cummins, (Lieven, FRA), 2003

1. Hannah Eberhard, Windsor 2:50.01
2. Lindsay Carson, Guelph 2:50.42
3. Jen Souter, Saskatchewan 2:50.60


1500m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 3:46.85 Allan Klassen, UBC, 1990
Fieldhouse Record: 3:49.83 J.C. Nduwingoma, St-Laurent Select, 2007
Canadian Record: 3:38.73 Doug Consiglio, (Fayetteville, USA), 1986
1. Geoff Martinson, Victoria, 3:48.82**
2. Matt Hulse, Queen’s 3:50.34
3. Johannes Mallie, Victoria 3:51.76

** Fieldhouse Record


1500m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 4:15.41 Paula Schnurr, McMaster, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 4:18.75 Megan Brown, Toronto, 2007
Canadian Record: 4:08.18 Carmen Douma-Hussar, (Budapest), 2004

1. Ashley Hinther, Victoria, 4:31.60
2. Jessica O’Connell, Calgary, 4:31.91
3. Lindsay Carson, Guelph, 4:31.95


3000m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7:59.29 Jeff Schiebler, UBC, 1996
Fieldhouse Record: 8:14.68 Jeremy Deere, Calgary, 1999
Canadian Record: 7:40.17 Kevin Sullivan, (Fayetteville, USA), 2007

1. Andrew Coates, Windsor 8:20.06
2. James Poulin-Cadovius, Sherbrooke 8:21.30
3. Dave Weston, Windsor 8:23.16


3000m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 9:04.88 Brenda Shackleton, Victoria, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 9:15.83 Sarah Dillabaugh, Ottawa Lions, 2000
Canadian Record: 8:50.80 Lynn Williams, (Indianapolis, USA), 1987

1. Lindsay Carson, Guelph 9:41.19
2. Paula Findlay, Alberta 9:41.46
3. Ashley Hinther, Victoria 9:42.46


60m HURDLES / HAIES (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7.83 Mark McCoy, York, 1983
Fieldhouse Record: 7.75 Charles Allen, Ottawa Lions, 2006
Canadian Record: 7.41 Mark McKoy (Toronto, ON), 1993

1. Mark Stewart, Toronto, 8.10
2. Cody Sorenson, Guelph, 8.16
3. Valery Komenan, Sherbrooke 8.27

60m HURDLES / HAIES (F)

CIS Meet Record: 8.23 Sonia Paquette, Sherbrooke, 1997
Fieldhouse Record: 8.28 Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 7.75 Perdita Felicien, (Budapest, HUN), 2004

1. Marie-Eve Dugas, Sherbrooke 8.35
2. Janine Polischuk, Regina 8.69
3. Latesha Francis, Windsor 8.76


4X200m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 1:26.01 Sherbrooke (Ben Youssef Meite, Desire Jean-Marie, Emmanuel Paris, Emmanuel Montreuil Jean-Pois), 2007
Fieldhouse Record: 1:24.85 * Legacy Athletics (T. Christopher, A. Kunkel, K. Nelson, N. Hurtubise, 2007)
Canadian Record: 1:24.85 T.Christopher, A.Kunkel, K.Nelson and N.Hurtubise (McGill U., Montreal), 2007

1. Calgary, 1:27.32 (Sam Effah, Justin Sinclair, Mike Saizew, Evan Kimick)
2. Manitoba, 1:27.63 (David Szczepaniak, Quin Ferguson, Nathan Labbe, Zach Durand)
3. Western, 1:29.13 (Randy McAuley, Joel Newbert, Matt Middleton, Jason Kerr)


4X200m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 1:37.11 Windsor, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 1:37.57 Saskatchewan, 1999
Canadian Record: 1:37.11 University of Windsor, (Toronto, CAN), 1993

1. Windsor, 1:38.50 (Noelle Montcalm, Shavonne Davis, Nicole Sassine, Jennifer O’Brien)
2. Toronto, 1:40.15 (Athena McBean, Kate Ruediger, Kerry Kuluski, Sarah Colangelo)
3. Calgary, 1:40.83 (Amonn Nelson, Tessa Gray, Kelsey Lotwin, Holly Ratzlaff)


4X400m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 3:14.60 Western, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 3:15.21 U of Saskatchewan, 2000
Canadian Record: 3:07.77 Gibbons, Graham, Anderson and Goodwin (Toronto, CAN), 1993

1. Calgary, 3:14.12**# (Sam Effah, Evan Kimick, Mike Saizew, Trent Ratzlaff)
2. Ottawa, 3:16.40 (Michael Robertson, Brian Cummings, Tyler Fawcett, Marc-Philippe Taillon)
3. Western, 3:18.67 (Randy McAuley, Joel Newbert, Rob Gooch, Mario Rigby)

** Fieldhouse Record
# CIS Meet Record


4X400m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 3:41.11 Manitoba, 1992
Fieldhouse Record: 3:47.77 Saskatchewan, 1999
Canadian Record: 3:36.03 Canada, (Glasgow, SCO), 2000

1. Calgary, 3:46.19** (Amonn Nelson, Tessa Gray, Kelsey Lotwin, Holly Ratzlaff)
2. Toronto, 3:48.29 (Athena McBean, Liane Heale, Rosa Serafini, Kate Ruediger)
3. Western, 3:48.48 (Tara Paluzzi, Lisa Grieve, Jen Perrault, Jennifer Cotten)

** Fieldhouse Record


4X800m (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7:29.23 Manitoba, 1995
Fieldhouse Record: 7:33.01 R. Jacobs, G. Harris, J. Corbit, U. Albert (Dalhousie, 2007)
Canadian Record: 7:24.5(h) Housley, Craig, Bogue and Craig (Toronto, CAN),1979

1. Victoria, 7:30.83** (Johannes Mallie, Richard Lehman, Geoff Martinson, Darren Mazzei)

2. Guelph, 7:38.01 (Angus Macaulay, Brendan Brooks, Josh Roundell, Dustin Gamble)

3. Windsor, 7:38.88 (Josh Edwards, Adam Kellar, Matt Sinclair, Kevin Savard)

** Fieldhouse Record / record de piste


4X800m (F)

CIS Meet Record: 8:41.66 Victoria, 1988
Fieldhouse Record: 8:56.63 Toronto, 2007
Canadian Record: 8:41.66 Victoria, (Winnipeg, CAN), 1988

1. Windsor, 8:55.22** (Amanda Mokedanz, Melissa Bishop, Jessica Reid, Hannah Eberhard)

2. Calgary, 9:01.75 (Valerie Hurdle, Jessica O’Connell, Rachel Romero, Heather Sim)

3. Dalhousie, 9:04.95 (Kja Isaacson, Caroline McInnes, Joelle Marshall, Celia Peters)

** Fieldhouse Record / record de piste


POLE VAULT / SAUT A LA PERCHE (M)

CIS Meet Record: 5.65 Doug Wood, York, 1992
Fieldhouse Record: 5.40 Jason Wurster, Toronto, 2008
Canadian Record: 5.65 Doug Wood, (Winnipeg, CAN), 1992

1. Jason Wurster, Toronto, 5.35
2. David Foley, Sherbrooke, 5.30
3. Taylor Petrucha, Saskatchewan, 4.90


POLE VAULT / SAUT A LA PERCHE (F)

CIS Meet Record: 4.22 Kelsie Hendry, Saskatchewan, 2005
Fieldhouse Record: 3.95 Adrianne Vangool, Saskatchewan, 2007
Canadian Record: 4.41 Dana Buller, (Albuquerque, USA), 2007

1. Adrianne Vangool, Saskatchewan, 4.00**
2. Sue Kupper, Alberta 3.95
3. Leah Vause, Saskatchewan, 3.90

** Fieldhouse Record / record de piste


LONG JUMP / SAUT EN LONGUEUR (M)

CIS Meet Record: 7.64 Patrick Banim-Massok, UQAM, 2003
Fieldhouse Record: 7.61 Craig Cavanaugh, York, 1999
Canadian Record: 7.98 Edrick Floreal, (Indianapolis, USA), 1989

1. Andrew Judge, Western 7.29
2. Nathan Labbe, Manitoba 7.18
3. Matthew Cardoza, Alberta 7.16


LONG JUMP / SAUT EN LONGUEUR (F)

CIS Meet Record: 6.24 Jocelyn Adu-Gyamfi, Toronto, 2001
Fieldhouse Record: 6.17 Alice Falaiye, Toronto, 1998
Canadian Record: 6.57 Krysha Bayley, (Clemnson, USA), 2005

1. Janine Polischuk, Regina 5.96
2. Alanna Backx, Western 5.91
3. Jennifer Cotton, Western 5.90


HIGH JUMP / SAUT EN HAUTEUR (M)

CIS Meet Record: 2.24 Alex Zaliauskas, Toronto, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 2.27 Kwaku Boateng, Concordia, 1996
Canadian Record: 2.33 Mark Boswell, (Fayetteville, USA), 2000 2.33 Mark Boswell, (Lievin, BEL), 2002

1. Mark Dillon, Toronto 2.11
2. Alex Witmer, Western 2.08
3. Cornell Haynes, Guelph 2.02


HIGH JUMP / SAUT EN HAUTEUR (F)

CIS Meet Record: 1.87 Tami Lutz, UBC, 1986
Fieldhouse Record: 1.89 Natalja Jackheere, Belgium, 1998
Canadian Record: 1.99 Debbie Brill, (Edmonton, CAN), 1982

1. Michelle Moody, Guelph, 1.78
2. Kristen Matthews, York, 1.78 (J)
3. Lindsey Bergevin, Alberta, 1.72

(J) finished second on tie-breaker


TRIPLE JUMP / TRIPLE SAUT (M)

CIS Meet Record: 15.80 Patrick Banim-Massok, UQAM, 2002
Fieldhouse Record: 16.15 Shawn Peters, Regina TC, 2003
Canadian Record: 17.14 Edrick Floreal, (Indianapolis, USA), 1989

1. David St Bernard, York, 15.34
2. Pat Quilty, Western, 14.62
3. Andrew Judge, Western, 14.57


TRIPLE JUMP / TRIPLE SAUT (F)

CIS Meet Record: 13.01 Kelly Dinsmore, Windsor, 1993
Fieldhouse Record: 12.76 Michelle Hastick, Independent, 1999
Canadian Record: 14.02 Tabia Charles, (Notre Dame), 2000

1. Janine Polischuk, Regina, 12.60
2. Neb Zachariah, Guelph, 12.48
3. Natalie Phillips, Windsor, 11.88


SHOT PUT / LANCER DU POIDS (M)

CIS Meet Record: 18.46 Chris Meisner, Lethbridge, 2004
Fieldhouse Record: 17.52 Jim Steacy, Lethbridge, 2007
Canadian Record: 20.32 Brad Snyder, (Baton Rouge, USA), 1998

1. Matthew Doherty, Alberta, 16.92
2. Pat Szpak, Guelph, 16.75
3. Mike Miller, Windsor, 15.97


SHOT PUT / LANCER DU POIDS (F)

CIS Meet Record: 15.31 Shannon Kekula, Saskatchewan,1990
Fieldhouse Record: 14.74 Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 17.02 Carmen Lonesco, (Montreal, CAN), 1979

1. Steph Jackson, Guelph 13.77
2. Heather Patterson, Western 13.67
3. Chantel Spies, Saskatchewan 13.64


WEIGHT THROW / LANCER DU MARTEAU (M)

CIS Meet Record: 23.61 Jim Steacy, Lethbridge, 2007
Fieldhouse Record: 23.61 Jim Steacy, Lethbridge, 2007
Canadian Record: 24.72 Scott Rusell, (Ames, USA), 2002

1. Sean Steacy, Lethbridge, 20.62
2. Matt Doherty, Alberta, 19.42
3. Owen Willems, Guelph, 17.65


WEIGHT THROW / LANCER DU MARTEAU (F)

CIS Meet Record: 19.66, Kate Forbes, Lethbridge, 2005
Fieldhouse Record: 17.97, Marie-Josee Le Jour, St-Laurent Select, 2006
Canadian Record: 21.84, Amy Moses, (Gainesville, USA), 2005

1. Heather Steacy, Lethbridge, 17.93
2. Jenilee Way, Alberta, 17.41
3. Heather Patterson, Western, 16.08


PENTATHLON (M):

CIS Meet Record: 3902, Jamie Adjetey-Nelson, Windsor, 2004
Fieldhouse Record: 3877, Jamie Adjetey-Nelson, Windsor, 2007

1. Yassine El Fouladi, Sherbrooke, 3,630
2. Chris Crossley, Saskatchewan, 3,528
3. Marcus Cunningham, Alberta, 3,459


PENTATHLON (F):

CIS Meet Record: 4380, Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Fieldhouse Record: 4380, Jessica Zelinka, Calgary, 2007
Canadian Record: 4550, Jill Ross-Giffen, (Canyon, USA), 1982

1. Jennifer Cotton, Western, 3,823
2. Shellie McParland, Western, 3,665
3. Brae Anne McArthur, Guelph, 3,647

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