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anonymous said 4 months ago

OFSAA XC PREDICTIONS 2017

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    Anonymous said 2 months ago

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    "Campbell Lee just ran 19:08 for a wet 6km. Ofsaa Gold incoming?"

    Yeah pretty much ofsaa gold bound at this point

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    ANONYMOUS said 1 month ago

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    "For midget boys, watch out for Eric Campbell who will be at Sir Winston. 3:16 this year at the 1200 with a 5th at nationals as well as a 2:03 800m. Obviously it will be different come 4K and there will be many others but Eric could be an early favourite coming off of track season. Either way, excited to see who will be in contention for that race as well as Jr and Sr boys"


    Eric Campbell XC Sossa Zone 16:30 Junior Boys

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    Maxamous55 said 1 month ago

    With OFSAA coming up in the next 2 weeks, any predictions for senior girls and boys? Teams and individuals?

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "Eric Campbell XC Sossa Zone 16:30 Junior Boys"

    yeah, he moved up to junior which is a shame

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "yeah, he moved up to junior which is a shame"


    Yup. Hope it was his choice and in his best interest.

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

    Anyone have the LOSSA results from today? Most likely a few top 10 OFSAA finishers in the senior Girls and Boys races today.

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    DQ said 1 month ago

    LOSSA results:
    http://trackdatabase.com/viewmeet.php?current_meet=zzzz_db950

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

    How would u rank these races based on importantnace?
    AO's, OFSAA and Nationals?

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    Clancyi said 1 month ago

    How would u rank these races based on importantnace?
    AO's, OFSAA and Nationals?

    I am interested to see what others will say about the above question. I have been to many championships for all three over the years. For both Track and Cross country OFSAA is a very big deal. Thousands of people have gone through the system and come out to see the event when ofssa comes to their region. Sadly AO's and at most Nationals there are very few spectators

    I come with a somewhat biased view having been the convenor of OFSAA 2014 but I would suggest there is no comparison between OFSAA and AO's first of all. OFSAA has a large (compared to AO's or even nationals) budget and they are able to put on a pretty impressive event. Everything from awards, announcers, NIKE tent, start line, courses, spectator interest, programs, etc, OFSAA is a very big deal for most Ontario High school athletes.

    All club athletes can compete at AO's or nationals if they pay the entry fee. At OFSAA even very good club athletes may not even make it to OFSAA if they don't have a strong team. In many regions coming in the top 5 in an age category can be very hard. I have seen many interesting team competitions at AO's and Nationals but usually the team competition pales in comparison to the very exciting team championship aspect of OFSAA cross country. At OFSAA you have the best club and High School level runners in the province all trying to win a team or individual ofsaa medal.

    For the elite athlete capable of making a national team then Nationals are the more important race. For the vast majority of Ontario club athletes I would say OFSAA is a bigger deal and a much more impressive meet to be part of.

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "How would u rank these races based on importantnace?
    AO's, OFSAA and Nationals?"


    Nationals, OFSAA, AO's

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "EJB takes gold now that the 2016 winner moved out of the province.
    Kid who fell last year takes silver, kid (PP) who won ofsaa 1500m midget takes bronze.

    Go Lions"


    Last years midget winner, Haley Davis came back to the province. Just won D10 by a minute and a half. She also won the 1500 track last year and second in 800 and last year was her first year running. Will be interesting.

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

    Senior Girls Preds:

    Tuck
    Chau
    Ormond
    Weston
    Catell
    Yantha
    Walker
    Gold
    Briggs

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "Nationals, OFSAA, AO's"


    ofsaa ofsaa ofsaa

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    Buddster said 1 month ago

    OFSAA, Nationals, and in a distant 3rd AO’s. OFSAA XC is one of the largest HS events of ANY sport in North America. Any event that has Nike as the title sponsor is a very big deal.

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    ROPKID said 1 month ago

    You will bow down to Jessica Kellar for this pred.

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    "Senior Girls Preds:

    Tuck
    Chau
    Ormond
    Weston
    Catell
    Yantha
    Walker
    Gold
    Briggs"

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "Last years midget winner, Haley Davis came back to the province. Just won D10 by a minute and a half. She also won the 1500 track last year and second in 800 and last year was her first year running. Will be interesting."



    She actually won by 40 seconds at D10, but I think she is the only junior girl going under 19 minutes and she did it again today. She'll be tough to beat.

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

    St Peter stands a great chance in the overall team competition, with each of their 4 teams winning their respective races at COSSA, and with the Junior boys being sponsored by Nuun Hydration.

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    KCsunshine said 1 month ago

    Some of us are saving it for OFSAA
    She will have her work cut out for her :)

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    "She actually won by 40 seconds at D10, but I think she is the only junior girl going under 19 minutes and she did it again today. She'll be tough to beat."

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "She actually won by 40 seconds at D10, but I think she is the only junior girl going under 19 minutes and she did it again today. She'll be tough to beat."


    Pellerin ran 18:05 at the Thousand Island Meet. She had 6 wins during this short Cross Country Season including coming out on top at the NCSSAA.

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    Anonymous said 1 month ago

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    "Pellerin ran 18:05 at the Thousand Island Meet. She had 6 wins during this short Cross Country Season including coming out on top at the NCSSAA."


    That is seriously fast. Pellerin is having an impressive season. It is going to be a battle as this age group is very deep. Really looking forward to Saturday. Last year's race was ridiculously close. Good luck to all - have fun and enjoy the experience.

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    OutEastFan said 1 month ago

    The joy of predictions...on race day anything can happen, but here's my crack at it!

    Senior Girls:
    Yantha (Won pre-ofsaa by 40 seconds over Weston, as well as a convincing win against a strong EOSSAA SG division - no one will touch her)
    Weston (very skilled athlete, won JG in Duntroon)
    Chau (always a tough competitor who will fight for the bronze)

    Senior Boys:
    Witkowicz (as the song goes, "he's simply the best, better than all the rest.")
    Stoppa (has finished top 10 past 2 years in SB, great competitor who thrives on hills)
    Kedir (won pre-ofsaa in a final sprint)

    Junior Girls:
    Workman (all the practices on the hills at Fort Henry will pay off as she leads KCVI to another team victory with an individual victory as well)
    Davis (super strong runner, last year’s champ)
    EJ Boston (running well again this year)

    Junior Boys:
    Fast (just too fast, lol)
    Goguen (going to redeem himself from a disappointing 7th last year)
    Sanger (much improved from last year)

    As for Midget’s, I can’t really make a good educated guess. But my guess is that both CWOSSA champs - Emily Bryce and Ethan Pentland - would near the top of the lists.

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