Jun 29 at 21:00 (Eastern Time)
After a two week break from hosting the Athlete Panel Town Hall meetings, we will return on Tuesday, June 30th from 12:00pm (noon) - 1:00pm!
This week's meeting will feature track power couple Caroline and Taylor Ehrhardt! Both athletes bring with them impressive accolades along with experience from their many years of success in the sport of track and field.
Taylor Ehrhardt (Stewart) grew up in London, Ontario. He is a multiple-time OFSAA champion and record holder in long jump and triple jump. In 2010 he won bronze for Canada at the World Junior Championships. In 2015 he made the switch from long jump to the decathlon and is now training in hopes of qualifying for the 2021 Olympics. He is a 2-time Canadian long jump champion (2012, 2013), earned 2010 World Junior bronze in long jump, he is the 2019 Canadian decathlon champion, 6-time national team member, won Gold at 2017 World Francophone Games, and has achieved a personal best of 7882pts.
Caroline grew up in Espanola, Ontario and was a 6-time OFSAA champion and Canadian interscholastic record holder while in high school. She has lived in trained in London, Ontario since 2010 and graduated from Western University with a degree in health promotion in 2015. She is pursuing her goal of becoming the first Canadian female triple jumper to qualify for the Olympics. As if that wasn't impressive enough, Caroline is an 8-time Canadian triple jump champion (2011-2014, 2016-2019), 6-time national team member, she won Gold at the 2017 World Francophone Games, she is #4 on Canadian all-time list with a personal best of 13.76m (13.83mW), and is a USport record holder.
Caroline and Taylor will be telling their stories, answering your questions and providing advice based on their personal lessons learned. Sign up and be sure to include any questions you may have for them when submitting your trackie form!