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Event Results >>

Elementary School Track & Field Super Meet

Canadian 5K Championship

Toronto, ON
September 10th, 2017

Results courtesy Speed River Timing 

Place Name Gender City Clock
Time
Chip
Time
Pace
1 Cameron Levins M Portland 14:20.2 14:20 2:52
2 Evan Esselink M Guelph 14:23.1 14:23.1 2:53
3 Kyle Grieve M Etobicoke 14:26.8 14:26.8 2:53
4 Thomas Coughler M Port Hope 14:32.2 14:32.2 2:55
5 Taylor Forbes M Dundas 14:42.9 14:42.9 2:56
6 Tristan Woodfine M Cobden 14:44.8 14:44.8 2:57
7 Hajin Tola M Toronto 14:50 14:50 2:58
8 Brayden Seneca M Guelph 14:52.2 14:52.2 2:58
9 Abreham Wagaye M Toronto 15:02.5 15:02.5 3:00
10 Colin Fewer M Paradise 15:07.6 15:07.6 3:01
11 John Mason M Drumbo 15:24.9 15:24.9 3:05
12 Colin Murray-Lawson M Toronto 15:29.2 15:29.2 3:06
13 Patrick MacKinnon M Hamilton 15:29.8 15:29.8 3:06
14 Ibrahim Kedir M Toronto 15:30 15:30 3:06
15 Kyle Smith M Scarborough 15:41.4 15:40.8 3:08
16 Robert Brouillette M Cambridge 15:45.8 15:45.8 3:09
17 Andrea Seccafien F Toronto 15:51.1 15:49.9 3:10
18 Jessica O'Connell F Calgary 15:51.7 15:50.5 3:10
19 Alexander Maxwell M Ottawa 15:54.3 15:54.3 3:11
20 Fraser Hutton M Waterloo 16:01.8 16:00.5 3:12
21 Brett Cameron M Toronto 16:03.3 16:01.1 3:12
22 Chris Gowans M Toronto 16:06.9 16:05.9 3:13
23 Joel Perera M Toronto 16:08.9 16:08.5 3:14
24 Jordan Collison M Southampton 16:10.8 16:09.8 3:14
25 Matthew Cheung M Scarborough 16:12 16:11 3:14
26 Marco Li M Toronto 16:12.1 16:12.1 3:14
27 Cameron Dean M Whitby 16:13.1 16:13.1 3:14
28 Sasha Gollish F Toronto 16:15.8 16:14.7 3:15
29 Sarah Inglis F Langley 16:18 16:16.6 3:15
30 Branna MacDougall F Kingston 16:22.7 16:22.4 3:16
31 Flavio Mendes Costa M Toronto 16:25.3 16:25.3 3:17
32 John McLean M Cambridge 16:26 16:26 3:17
33 Julie-Anne Staehli F Kingston 16:29.4 16:27.9 3:18
34 Predrag Mladenovic M Toronto 16:32.5 16:32.5 3:18
35 Brogan MacDougall F Kingston 16:34.5 16:33.7 3:19
36 Sam Hirons F Toronto 16:34.7 16:31.7 3:18
37 Gabriel Jarquin M Toronto 16:37.7 16:34.7 3:19
38 Justyn White M Oshawa 16:40.6 16:39 3:20
39 Kevin Smith M Mississauga 16:41 16:40.8 3:20
40 Cleo Boyd F Kingston 16:44.2 16:44.1 3:21
41 Liam Fitzgerald M Kincardine 16:46.5 16:46.5 3:21
42 Saed Griffith M Oshawa 16:47.6 16:47.1 3:21
43 Dehininet Jara F Toronto 16:48.2 16:48.2 3:22
44 Victoria Coates F Hamilton 16:49.1 16:48.3 3:22
45 Darren Lee M Toronto 16:52.9 16:52.9 3:23
46 Andrew Taylor M Milton 16:55.6 16:54.6 3:23
47 Natasha Labeaud F San Diego 16:55.9 16:54.9 3:23
48 Matthew Lampard M Toronto 16:57.8 16:57.8 3:24
49 Brian Moore M Bracebridge 16:58.3 16:58.3 3:24
50 Tyler Thomson M Bracebridge 17:05 17:03.7 3:24
50 David Tepper M Thornhill 17:10.9 17:07.8 3:26
51 Jon Ruddy M Ottawa 17:12 17:11.3 3:26
52 Robyn Mildren F Vancouver 17:18.2 17:18.2 3:28
53 Liam Bauer M Caledon 17:21.1 17:21.1 3:28
54 Asad Bari M Toronto 17:21.6 17:19.9 3:28
55 Will McCreadie M Toronto 17:25 17:23.5 3:29
56 Katrina Allison F Toronto 17:25.4 17:24.6 3:29
57 Lawrence Warriner M Toronto 17:29.4 17:27.2 3:29
58 David Moore M Toronto 17:31.4 17:30.2 3:30
59 Adam Andrecyk M Kingston 17:32 17:30.1 3:30
60 Henry Gage M Toronto 17:33.4 17:33.1 3:31
61 Ramsey Franklyn M Toronto 17:33.9 17:31.2 3:30
62 Philip Oreopoulos M Toronto 17:35.9 17:32.6 3:31
63 Simon Rayner M Toronto 17:37.4 17:33.6 3:31
64 Matthew Stanley M Guelph 17:39 17:35.8 3:31
65 Christopher Bibby M Toronto 17:41.5 17:41.5 3:33
66 Jonas Charyk M Toronto 17:41.6 17:38.5 3:32
67 Dale Flanders M Allegany 17:45.8 17:45.6 3:33
68 Andrew Miller M Orangeville 17:46.1 17:42.5 3:33
69 Pippin Lee M Toronto 17:46.3 17:43 3:33
70 Elizabeth Montgomery F Toronto 17:49.3 17:47.4 3:34
71 Steven Blostein M Harrowsmith 17:51.6 17:47.9 3:34
72 Matthew Kerry M Toronto 17:54.8 17:53.3 3:34
73 Mike Post M Toronto 17:58.8 17:55.6 3:35
74 Ashley Comstock F Ajax 18:00.1 17:56 3:35
75 Liam Oconnor M Peterborough 18:00.7 17:57.4 3:36
76 Kathleen Browne F Montreal 18:08.2 18:07.5 3:37
77 Jeff Green M Toronto 18:16.1 18:14.1 3:39
78 Brigitte Girouard F Winnipeg 18:16.6 18:16.2 3:39
79 Marley Dickinson M Mount Albert 18:20 18:17.5 3:39
80 Steve Hollingsworth M Toronto 18:23.8 18:18.8 3:40
81 Jennifer Faraone F Toronto 18:25.5 18:23.7 3:41
82 Anthony Biggar M Toronto 18:29.2 18:24.8 3:41
83 Patrick MacDonell M Toronto 18:29.7 18:27.2 3:41
84 Rolando Ceddia M Sao Paulo 18:32.9 18:28.5 3:42
85 Chris Riddell M Kitchener 18:42.4 18:35.9 3:43
86 Daniel Baouya M Moose Jaw 18:44.4 18:44.1 3:45
87 Bob Murray M Toronto 18:45.2 18:40.1 3:44
88 Jennifer Kehoe F South Bruce Peninsula 18:45.8 18:43.2 3:45
89 Mirco Graenert M Aurora 18:46 18:41.9 3:44
90 Rebecca Verlaan F Etobicoke 18:52.2 18:50.7 3:46
91 Daniel MacKinnon M Pickering 18:53.2 18:50.6 3:46
92 John Meijer M Toronto 18:55.1 18:50.7 3:46
93 Trevor Thom M Toronto 18:55.7 18:53.4 3:47
94 Heather Pady F Mon 18:58.9 18:56.1 3:47
95 Brenton Diaz M Newmarket 18:59.3 18:54.4 3:47
96 Christy Barber F Toronto 19:01 18:56.1 3:47
97 Richard Koo M Toronto 19:02.5 18:56.4 3:47
98 Tony Marra M Toronto 19:07.1 19:03 3:49
99 Gianni Casati M Toronto 19:08.7 19:03.7 3:49
100 Daniel Walker M Toronto 19:09.1 19:05 3:49
101 Rosalind Smye Morton F Toronto 19:11.3 19:07.7 3:49
102 Ryan Wehner M Toronto 19:11.5 19:07.4 3:49
103 Doug Kells M Toronto 19:12.9 19:08.8 3:50
104 Chris Breneman M Hamiota 19:14.9 19:06.8 3:49
105 Leanne Shafir F Toronto 19:15.3 19:12.7 3:51
106 Brandon Teed M Toronto 19:15.9 19:11.1 3:51
107 Amy Ballon F Toronto 19:22.7 19:19.9 3:52
108 Dan Iserman M Scarborough 19:23.7 19:17.8 3:52
109 George Anhang M Washington 19:26.6 19:26.6 3:53
110 Andy Blackwell M Toronto 19:27.8 19:21.6 3:52
111 Marcus Tomiuk M Montreal 19:28.7 19:25.6 3:53
112 Marc Lemoyne M Montreal 19:29.3 19:26 3:53
113 Sylvie Antoun F Toronto 19:33 19:29.6 3:54
114 Gerado Jarillo M Mississauga 19:34.9 19:32 3:54
115 Steve Watson M Newmarket 19:38.3 19:32.7 3:54
116 Marie Haines F Toronto 19:41.6 19:41.5 3:56
117 Kim Brown F Toronto 19:44.2 19:38.7 3:56
118 John Clarke M Orangeville 19:45.4 19:42.4 3:57
119 Aura Reynoso F Newmarket 19:46.7 19:42.5 3:57
120 Connie Beukeboom F Collingwood 19:50.6 19:44.8 3:57
121 Elizabeth Primrose F Oakville 19:54.8 19:50.2 3:58
122 Jennifer Schindler F Toronto 19:56.5 19:50.5 3:58
123 Susan Finkelstein F Toronto 19:59 19:53.8 3:59
124 Tracy Tory F Toronto 20:07.2 20:01.2 4:00
125 Kyrstin Walleyn F Woodstock 20:10.5 20:05.3 4:01
126 Carrie Scace F Toronto 20:11.9 20:06.6 4:01
127 Elizabeth Waywell F Guelph 20:13.5 20:13.2 4:02
128 Susanne Darling F Peterborough 20:13.7 20:09.5 4:02
129 Jess Fudge F Peterborough 20:18.1 20:13.5 4:03
130 Carolyn Silvey F Toronto 20:27.7 20:23.1 4:05
131 Nancy Catton F Toronto 20:34.8 20:29.7 4:06
132 Katherine Watson F Toronto 20:35.2 20:28.6 4:05
133 Ella Clarke F Peterborough 20:40.5 20:35.6 4:07
134 Rebecca Harvey F Goodwood 20:42.8 20:37.5 4:07
135 Ari Ojansivu M Toronto 20:49.9 20:43.1 4:09
136 Feite Kraay M Toronto 20:50.4 20:44.2 4:09
137 Peter Gordon M Toronto 20:54.3 20:49 4:10
138 Edgar Barragan M Toronto 20:55 20:48.3 4:10
139 James Freemantle M Newmarket 20:57.2 20:51.8 4:10
140 Ashley Leone F Toronto 20:59 20:52.4 4:10
141 Mike Ferguson M Toronto 21:19.9 21:12.3 4:15
142 Donald McDavid M 1524 Seguin Square Picker 21:26.4 21:21.3 4:16
143 Jill Jaworski F Guelph 21:31 21:26.4 4:17
144 Genevieve Sampson F Toronto 21:37.2 21:29 4:18
145 Ross Finlay M Toronto 21:41.8 21:34.5 4:19
146 Walter Fernando Matias M Courtice 21:47.7 21:43.8 4:21
147 John Corelli M Toronto 21:49.2 21:41.2 4:20
148 Cynthia Ohalloran F Oakville 21:55.6 21:49.7 4:22
149 Mike Whiting M St-Bruno 22:06.6 22:01.1 4:24
150 Kate Cochrane-Brink F Toronto 22:10.1 22:04 4:25
151 Frank Dejak M Burlington 22:12.3 22:08.8 4:26
152 Lisa Davidson F Toronto 22:19.6 22:12.7 4:27
153 Ian Kilvert M Toronto 22:20.5 22:12.7 4:27
154 Steve Sklepetas M Scarborough 22:25.2 22:19 4:28
155 Margaret Menzel F Toronto 22:30.7 22:26.7 4:29
156 Laura Horwitz F Toronto 22:47.7 22:40.4 4:32
157 Walter Faion M Oakville 22:58 22:51.4 4:34
158 Linda MacChia F Markham 23:01.9 22:54.6 4:35
159 Clara Northcott F Mississauga 23:06 23:02.1 4:37
160 Anke Graenert F Aurora 23:21.2 23:14.3 4:39
161 Robert Blair M Newmarket 23:23.1 23:15.9 4:39
162 Janet Goddard F Goderich 23:45 23:38.1 4:43
163 Keijo Taivassalo M Thornhill 24:25.7 24:20.7 4:52
164 Vern Christensen M Toronto 24:51.4 24:46.5 4:57
165 Satnam Singh-Malhan M   26:18.2 26:17.7 5:16

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Branna MacDougall missing. 4th women in 16:21.

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  • buddy User since:
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    Buddy said 1 week ago

    does anybody care to explain why nobody here cares about this race?

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    Really Am Skuj said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Buddy
    "does anybody care to explain why nobody here cares about this race?"


    It falls within the OFSSA XC prediction window.

    Seriously though....I'm happy for Cam. He looked happy in the interview and very controlled on the finishing run. Sure, he's not where he once was.....yet. But he'll get there.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Buddy
    "does anybody care to explain why nobody here cares about this race?"


    It's a great race, well organized, amazing team of volunteers (anyone know where they got all the volunteers?), very fun atmosphere, great prizes and food, and a really fun atmosphere. Personally I have no answer or explanation for the lack of interest by people on the Trackie Forum.

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    ctrotz said 1 week ago

    LEVINS IS BACK BABY

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Buddy
    "does anybody care to explain why nobody here cares about this race?"


    Why does no one care?

    1. It's not the Canadian 5K Championships it's the Greater Toronto Championships
    2. More than half the times are slower than a decent 15 year old can run.
    3. Essentially a Community event with a few decent runners.
    4. Same reason no one cares about the Canadian Track & Field Champions or Legions....it's not relevant to the majority of the country.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Does anyone know how the race played out? 14:20 is not spectacular when comparing it to the women's lead times.

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    K Farr said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Does anyone know how the race played out? 14:20 is not spectacular when comparing it to the women's lead times."


    5:45 through 2k, 8:45 at 3km according to Canadian Running Tweets

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago


    1. It's not the Canadian 5K Championships it's the Greater Toronto Championships


    According to Torontonians, all of Canada is considered the GTA

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    Golden Boy said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Does anyone know how the race played out? 14:20 is not spectacular when comparing it to the women's lead times."


    Championship events are about winning, not time. Check yourself!

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    Really Am Skuj said 1 week ago

    I fear for humanity.

    Cam Levins is not from Toronto, right? I think he went to the Olympics and stuff too.

    This thread literally makes me ill.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    You sir, are very easily made ill!!

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "According to Torontonians, all of Canada is considered the GTA"



    From Toronto and don't think that. If you're from Toronto, you're not gonna say that you're from the GTA, you're gonna say I'm from Toronto. Everything else is "outside the city."

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    Myth said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Why does no one care?

    1. It's not the Canadian 5K Championships it's the Greater Toronto Championships"


    I didn't realize Portland (Levins), Calgary (O'Connell), Langley (Inglis) etc. were all part of the GTA. Pretty impressive growth! Last year also has CPT, Brennan and Bruchet running, all of whom are based outside of Ontario.

    Quoting: Anonymous
    2. More than half the times are slower than a decent 15 year old can run."

    Championship racing - you run as fast as you need to win. I'm also willing to bet Seccafien and O'Connell are faster than you, but thats just a hunch.

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    Really Am Skuj said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "You sir, are very easily made ill!!"


    Yeah, you may have a point. But I have to say the Torontocentric attitude around here is very unfortunate. OFSSA predictions trump a Levins race? Kill me now.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    The above comment about "it's the Greater Toronto Championships" would be read as "very few people came from outside Toronto " by most people who don't have a knee jerk reaction to the word Toronto. As for OFSAA you should attend one sometime, it's a great meet, well organized and run by teachers, but that might be for another thread

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    Really Am Skuj said 1 week ago

    I was attending OFSAA before you were born, Sonny.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Glad to see you spelled it right that time

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