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Windsor Blue & Gold Intersquad

Windsor, ON
September 10th, 2016

Lancer Blue & Gold Intrasquad Time Trial (not a certified meet; no team scoring)

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Malden Park, Windsor, ON

Temp. 23C   Weather: Windy, humid, overcast.    Footing: soft, wet

Women's Results  4.0km     Team            Time            p/km

1.  Stefanie Smith                Windsor         14:09.0          3:32   

2.  Charlene Rhead            Windsor         15:17.5          3:49                           

3.  Rachel Crawley              Windsor         15:36.9          3:54                           

4.  Sydney Hawkins            Windsor         15:43.9          3:56               

5.  Vanessa Cotter*             Windsor         16:07.7          4:02   

6.  Meghan Howell              St. Clair          16:18.0          4:05

7.  Chelsea Viselli               Windsor         16:32.1          4:08

8.  Lauren Fisico                  Windsor         16:32.6          4:08               

9.  Fiona Rocheleau                       Windsor         16:48.8          4:12                           

10. Chelsea Salter*             Windsor         17:08.9          4:17                           

11. Hannah Cirino               St. Clair          17:14.5          4:18

12.Samantha Ireland          Windsor         17:37.7          4:25

11.Natasha Charbonneau*           Windsor         17:58.6          4:30

12.Kennedy Snively*          Windsor         18:22.4          4:36

13.Beth Horrobin                 St. Clair          18:27.1          4:37

14.Aryana Cirino                 St. Clair          18:29.2          4:37

15.Chelsea Crundwell*      Windsor         18:54.9          4:44

16.Abby Rice                                    St. Clair          19:09.3          4:48

17.Bridget Taylor                 Windsor         19:19.0          4:50

18.Victoria Verbeek            St. Clair          19:55.4          5:01

19.Shelby Cohen                St. Clair          21:06.0          5:20

20.Breanne Anderson        St. Clair          23:55.1          6:02               

* denotes Windsor rookie

 

Men's Results   6.0km        Team              Time               p/kmq  

1.  Corey Bellemore                        Windsor         19:01.7          3:10               

2.  Alex Ullman                     Windsor         19:57.2          3:20               

3.  Nick Falk                          Windsor         19:57.4          3:20               

4.  Nick MacMackin             Windsor         20:17.8          3:23               

5.  Andrew Nebel                 Windsor         20:18.0          3:23               

6.  Nick D'Alessandro*        Windsor         20:27.7          3:25                           

7.  Miles Matthews*             Windsor         20:29.2          3:25               

8.  Joe Kagumba                 Windsor         20:34.2          3:26               

9.  Shawn Master                 Windsor         20:36.1          3:26               

10.Jeremy Hick                    Windsor         20:42.3          3:27                           

11.Jacob Rothera                Windsor         20:47.4          3:28               

12.Justin Bellemore                        Windsor         20:54.7          3:29

13.Adam Tait*                      Windsor         21:00.0          3:30               

14.Taylor McArthur              Windsor         21:01.5          3:30               

15.Josh Zilles*                     Windsor         21:01.9          3:30

16.Joshua Martin*               Windsor         21:12.1          3:32   

17.Nathan Outridge            Windsor         21:17.4          3:33

18.Daniel Rosen*                Windsor         21:26.4          3:34

19.Mitch Heyink*                 Windsor         21:29.6          3:35

20.Alex Rocheleau             Windsor         22:00.4          3:40

21.Ricky Nepomuceno       St. Clair          22:04.0          3:41

22.Lance Tofflemire*          Windsor         22:32.9          3:46

23.Brendan McCarthy*       Windsor         22:36.5          3:46

23.Aidan Snively                 Windsor         22:48.7          3:48

24.Robert DeMarco            Windsor         22:51.6          3:49

25.Ryan Bell                         St. Clair          23:19.1          3:53

25.Patrick Matthew*                        Windsor         23:51.0          3:58

26.Jordan Root                    St. Clair          23:55.2          3:59

27.Adam Sghaier*               Windsor         23:57.8          4:00

28.Jay Kerr                           St. Clair          24:26.0          4:04

29.Dante Lapico                  St. Clair          25:00.1          4:10

30.Andrew Garant               St. Clair          26:10.2          4:11

31.Justin Folkeringa                       St. Clair          26:12.3          4:12

32.Andrew Leaman            St. Clair          27:05.0          4:21

* denotes Windsor rookie

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Interesting

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    *intrasquad

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

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    "*intrasquad"


    Lol I was thinking same thing! Give 'em a break they are "only" university students/staff!

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    FYI:

    Intra- is a prefix used to form words that mean on the inside, within. Contrast this with inter- and you immediately see the difference. While inter- deals with open systems among groups, intra- deals with closed systems between a single group.

    If you played sports in college, you might have played intramural sports. (the Latin word 'murus' means 'wall', hence 'within the walls') These are athletic competitions between groups of a single school. Intramural sports are not interuniversity activities, i.e., between different schools; they are limited to one single, closed group.

    These are both prefixes, but intra vs. inter have near opposite meanings. Therefore, it’s important we use them correctly to avoid any confusion:
    Inter- means between or among groups.
    Intra- means on the inside or within.

    Windsor invited St Clair to their Intrasquad (within the team) run. As there was no competition between the two institutions, (no team scores) each school's athletes ran against athletes from the same school. (There were actually 2 sets of results combined into 1 here)

    On September 24 there will be an Interuniversity (between schools) meet in London, where team scores will be tabulated. Hope this clarifies things.

    Sincerely,

    "Only" A University staff member.

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    actually said 2 years ago

    this is technically an intersquad, since st clair competed as well.

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    Anonymous said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "FYI:

    Intra- is a prefix used to form words that mean on the inside, within. Contrast this with inter- and you immediately see the difference. While inter- deals with open systems among groups, intra- deals with closed systems between a single group.

    If you played sports in college, you might have played intramural sports. (the Latin word 'murus' means 'wall', hence 'within the walls') These are athletic competitions between groups of a single school. Intramural sports are not interuniversity activities, i.e., between different schools; they are limited to one single, closed group.

    These are both prefixes, but intra vs. inter have near opposite meanings. Therefore, it’s important we use them correctly to avoid any confusion:
    Inter- means between or among groups.
    Intra- means on the inside or within.

    Windsor invited St Clair to their Intrasquad (within the team) run. As there was no competition between the two institutions, (no team scores) each school's athletes ran against athletes from the same school. (There were actually 2 sets of results combined into 1 here)

    On September 24 there will be an Interuniversity (between schools) meet in London, where team scores will be tabulated. Hope this clarifies things.

    Sincerely,

    "Only" A University staff member."



    I know what the prefix "intra" means, thanks for patronizing me with your immense knowledge. The correct way to describe a meet involving only one other invited team is a "dual" (or a duel if you're on letsrun of course).

    What I'm seeing here is an intrasquad meet where St Clair happened to send some folks. Isn't this a bit like calling a meet that only Guelph/Speed River does a dual/intersquad meet?

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    SteveWeiler said 2 years ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "These are both prefixes, but intra vs. inter have near opposite meanings. Therefore, it’s important we use them correctly to avoid any confusion:
    Inter- means between or among groups.
    Intra- means on the inside or within.

    Windsor invited St Clair to their Intrasquad (within the team) run. As there was no competition between the two institutions, (no team scores) each school's athletes ran against athletes from the same school. (There were actually 2 sets of results combined into 1 here)"


    While this is fascinating, you are incorrectly presenting team scores as the only form of competition. I've seen people argue that xc isn't really a team sport - just a group of individuals running at the same time - but I've never previously seen it suggested that xc does not involve individual competition nor had I previously seen someone suggest that individuals cannot represent their group (institution) at inter-group competitions.

    For 'each school's athletes to run against athletes from the same school', they would need to do so in separate races. An example of two sets of results being combined into one would be two separate heats of 5,000m being combined into one set of results, with a column indicating which heat the respective athlete took part in. In this example, the athletes from different heats do not directly interact with each other on the field of play.

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    drewmaca said 2 years ago

    I will be looking forward to seeing the Lancers in action in Goderich this weekend.... See you soon.

    Taylor McArthur ran two huge legs of the Cabot Trail relay back in May faster then 3:30kms, so I think there is much more to come out of him obviously. (I get that this was just a modified workout for most of these guys, and one shouldn't read much into the times or results.) However, like many past editions, lots of track speed and pedigree on this years men's team.

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