ENTRIES: 2012 Toronto International Track and Field Games , NTL #6

2012 National Track League: Toronto International Track and Field Games Schedule
July 11, 2012 | University of Toronto's Varsity Centre Track

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Start Lists

As of July 4, 2012

WOMEN

100m
Crystal Emmanuel - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)
Kerri-Ann Mitchell - Canada
Miana Griffiths - Canada
Sherine Wells - Canada
Toyin Olupona - Canada
Virgil Hodge - Saint Kitts & Nevis

400m (NTL Finale)

Tiandra Ponteen - Saint Kitts & Nevis

Ese Omene - Canada

Chantel Malone - British Virgin Islands

Janelle Redhead - Grenada

Ammon Nelson - Canada

TraMayne Gillyard - USA

Jenna Martin - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

 

Running Room 800m (NTL Finale)

Akari Kishikawa - Japan

Karine Belleau-Beliveau - Canada

Kimarra McDonald - Jamaica

Jen Perrault - Canada

Melissa Bishop - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Annie Leblanc - Canada

Jessica Smith - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Lemlem Bereket - Canada

Lindsay Schnell - USA

Latavia Thomas - USA
Lyndsay Harper - USA
 

Timex 1500m (NTL Finale)

Rachel Cliff - Canada

Dana Buchanan - Canada

Celia Peters - Canada

Nadine Frost - Canada

Julia Kawamoto - Canada

Kate Van Buskirk - Canada

Leanna Maclean - Canada

Tamara Jewett - Canada

Cat Beck - USA

Emma Galbraith - Canada
Heather Wilson - USA
Steph Charnigo - USA
Megan Brown - Canada

Randy Starkman Memorial 100m Hurdles (NTL Finale)

Priscilla Lopes-Schliep - Canada

Nikkita Holder - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Phylicia George - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Marie-Eve Dugas - Canada

Perdita Felicien - Canada

Angela Whyte - Canada

Ashlea Maddex - Canada

 

Pole Vault

Erika Fiedler - Canada

Dayna Matten - Canada

Gabriella Duclos-Lasnier - Canada

Long Jump (NTL Finale)

Rose Richmond - USA

Jen Cotten - Canada

Alicia Smith - Canada

Caroline Erhardt - Canada

Patricia Sylvester - Grenada

Saeko Okayama - Japan

Natasha Coleman - USA

Alice Falaiye - Canada

Julia Wallace - Canada

 

Hammer Throw (NTL Finale)

Sultana Frizell - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Meghan Rodhe - Canada

Jessica Rowland - USA

Cynthia Appiah - Canada

Kristin Obrochta - Canada

Heather Steacy - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Gwen Berry - USA

 

MEN

 

100m (NTL Finale)

Justyn Warner - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Johnathan Hancock - USA

Anson Henry - Canada

Dontae Richards-Kwok - Canada

TJ Lawrence - Canada

Aaron Brown - Canada

Sam Effah - Canada

Seyi Smith - Canada

Brandon Rooney - Canada

Richard Adu-Bobie - Canada

 

400m

Gord Frenke - Canada

Tremaine Harris - Canada

Phillip Osei - Canada

Michael Robertson - Canada

Daniel Harper - Canada

Dewayne Barrett - Jamaica

Andrae Williams - Bahamas
Daundre Barnaby - USA

800m (NTL Finale)

Anthony Romaniw - Canada

Geoff Harris - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Scott Leitch - Canada

Kyle Smith - Canada

Tevan Everett - USA
Jamaal James - Trinidad & Tobago
Michael Preble - USA

Andrew Ellerton - Canada
Benoit Boulay - Canada (Pace setter)

 

1500m (NTL Finale)

Ross Proudfoot - Canada

Rob Jackson - Canada

Peter Corrigan - Canada

Matt Walters - Canada

Nate Brannen - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Justin Marpole Bird - Canada

Matt Lincoln - Canada

Daniel Clark - USA

Matt Elliot - USA

Christian Gonzalez - USA

Geoff Martinson - Canada

Taylor Milne - Canada

Julius Bor - Kenya

Kyle Boorsma - Canada

Alex Genest - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Geoff Harris - Canada (Pace setter)
 

110m Hurdles 

Ingvar Mosley - Canada

Sekou Kaba - Canada

Matt Brison - Canada

Damian Warner - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Brandon Wilson - Canada

Chris Theriau - Canada

Shot Put (NTL Finale)

Tim Hendry - Canada

Amin Nikfar - Iran

Drew Welch - Canada

Umar Khan - Canada

Derrick Vikars - USA

Justin Rodhe - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Ming-Huang Chang - Taiwan
Zack Lloyd - USA

Andrew Smith - Canada

High Jump (NTL Finale)

Mark Dillon - Canada

Branden Willhelm - Canada

Jamie Adjetey-Nelson - Canada

Leander Toney - USA

Henderson Dottin - USA

Ed Wright - USA

 

Javelin (NTL Finale)
Curtis Moss - Canada (2012 Olympic Team)

Kyle Nielsen - Canada

John Hustler - Canada

Adam Kovacs - Canada

 

Pole Vault
Jason Wurster - Canada
Dave Foley - Canada
Doug Creighton - Canada
Dave McKay - Canada

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Roberts, Holloway & The 10 Brightest Stars At NCAA East Prelims

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Kenny Bednarek Makes History With 19.82/44.73 Double At JUCOs

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One day after riding a blustering tailwind to the fastest wind-aided 200m in history, Indian Hills freshman Kenny Bednarek decided to give wind legal a try on the final day of the 2019 NJCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The result? Still damn fast.

Shanghai Diamond League: Lyles Stuns Coleman, Samba Tops Benjamin

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Kenny Bednarek Runs Fastest Wind-Aided 200m In History

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Samba/Benjamin Pt. I, McLaughlin Debut Headline Shanghai DL

The first six-ish weeks of the professional track season have offered one clear lesson: the late World Championships aren’t going to tamp down fast times. From Michael Norman’s 43.45 to Shaunae Miller-Uibo’s 49.05, it’s feeling like mid-August already. Perhaps the non-championship year in 2018 caused some energy and emotion to be bottled up, only being released in a year with a clear championship target. 

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