Isabella Brunoro (left) and Katie Stewart-Barnett (right) compete at Jamboree
Jarrett Chong(2nd from left) and JV Patry-Smith (3rd from right) both to represent TEAM BC at Youth Nationals
Congratulations to 4 of Royal City Track & Field Club’s athletes who have just been named to TEAM BC for Legion Youth Nationals!
Based on provincial rankings amongst stiff competition and challenging qualifications, RCTFC’s Jenevieve Patry-Smith, Jarrett Chong, Katie Stewart-Barnett and Isabella Brunoro have been selected to represent British Columbia at the National Competition for athletes aged 16-17!
Named to the Youth Team:
Jenevieve Patry-Smith will compete for TEAM BC in javelin
Jarrett Chong will compete for TEAM BC in javelin and shot put.
Named to the Midget Team:
Katie Stewart-Barnett will compete for TEAM BC in 1500m steeple chase and high jump
Isabella Brunoro will compete for TEAM BC in 1500m steeple chase
TEAM BC will be travelling to Brandon, Manitoba August 10-12 to compete against top athletes representing their respective provinces!
TEAM BC Announcement with more details on link below:
The club will also be cheering on Emma Dolman (400mH), Jeremy Belcher (triple jump) Lauryn Savela (javelin), Ryan Goudron (steeple and 800m) and Ella Foster (pole vault) who will also be travelling to Brandon, Manitoba to compete at the National meet!
RCTFC’s steeple chase/distance runner Grace Fetherstonhaugh represented well both Royal City Track & Field Club and TEAM CANADA recently at the U20 World Junior Track & Field Championships in Tampere, Finland.
Amongst the forty 3000m steeple chase runners representing countries from around the world, Fetherstonhaugh competed in the first of three qualifying heats, where she snagged the last spot allowing her to compete in the finals!
In the finals, Fetherstonhaugh competed to 11th place with a time of 10:02.28, just shy of her pb and season’s best of 10:01.95 set a month earlier at the Portland Track Festival in Portland, Oregon! Congratulations Grace!
Congratulations to Ella Foster, Katie Stewart-Barnett, Isabella Brunoro, Cameron DeWith, Ryan Goudron and Henry Ruckman for their stellar performances at the 2018 BC Summer Games held in Cowichan Valley, BC!
Ella Foster vaults
Ella Foster (pictured above) took the Gold in pole vault and set a new meet record with her winning vault of 3.11m! She also came away with a Bronze medal win in triple jump with her jump of 10.72!
Cameron DeWith (pictured above at another meet) competed well through 100mH, long jump, shot put, high jump and 1000m all in one day in the pentathlon event. He scored 1653 points and placed 7th!
Ryan Goudron (pictured below) competed well at BC Summer Games representing Zone 4. Goudron accomplished 7th place in the 2000m finals with a time of 6:13.06 amongst 15 other representatives from other BC regions! Goudron also competed in the 800m run for Zone 4 clocking in with a time of 2:19.43!
Ryan Goudron (centre, in orange)
Henry Ruckman (pictured below in Orange) won well at BC Summer Games with a Silver medal in the 1500m steeple chase in a time of 4:43.71!
Henry Ruckman (far right)
Isabella Brunoro (pictured below) won Silver at BC Summer Games in 1500m steeple chase with a time of 5:11.83!
Double Gold Medals and a Bronze were won at the BC Summer Games by Katie Stewart-Barnett (below) ! Stewart-Barnett ran 5:01.98 for the Gold in 1500m steeple chase, ran 6:36.50 in the 2000m and jumped a height of 1.60m for the Bronze medal in high jump!
Katie Stewart-Barnett (centre) and Isabella Brunoro (right)
Grace Fetherstonhaugh (left) and Jenevieve Patry-Smith (right) with Jarrett Chong (centre)
Grace Fetherstonhaugh (left), Brianna Bates (centre) and JV Patry-Smith (right)
Royal City Track & Field Club congratulates Senior javelin thrower Brianna Bates, Senior javelin, hammer, shot put & discus thrower Jenevieve Patry-Smith and Senior steeple chase/distance/cross country runner Grace Fetherstonhaugh for their commitment and dedication to training and competing for Royal City Track & Field Club over the past many years! These three athletes graduated from grade 12 at their respective high schools in June 2018-Congratulations!
You will be missed but the club wishes you well in all of your future endeavors! Please come back to visit your Royal City Track & Field Club fam!
(Shown here, competing at 2017 Legion Youth Nationals in Brandon, Manitoba) One of Thrower Brianna Bates’ current goals is to become a police officer so her immediate plans include working to save up for school and continuing to coach soccer.
(Shown here with Coach/Dad Kevin Smith at the 2018 U18 Jamaican Invitational in Kingston, Jamaica) Thrower Jenevieve Patry-Smith‘s plans include attending UBC as a Computer Science student and athlete on the UBC Track Team. She will be coached by Laurier Primeau.
(shown here at 2017 BC Summer Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba) Grace Fetherstonhaugh‘s immediate plans include studying Science (KIN) at Oregon State University and competing on the track and cross country team, coached by Louie Quintana.
Kiran Wanniarachchi wins Silver in high jump for 1.80m in U18! Kiran also helped his 4 x 100m to a Bronze in the men’s category!
As a team, the RCTFC Midget+ aged athletes broke the club medal record at BC Champs this weekend! The RCTFC team won 22 medals!
Katie Stewart-Barnett (right) dominated the meet in the U16 category, winning 4 Gold medals! Stewart-Barnett is shown here with teammate Isabella Brunoro (left) who also had a highlight weekend, winning a pair of Silver medals!
Top 8 & Medal performances included:
Hillary Miller’sSilver medal in the open category for discus
Jenevieve Patry-Smith‘s Gold in javelin and Bronze in shot put for U18
Jarrett Chong won double Gold in javelin and discus and Silver in shot put for U18
Jeremy Belcher won Silver for triple jump for U18
Lauryn Savela won the Silver medal in javelin for U18
Emma Dolman won Bronze in 400m hurdles for U18
Ryan Jensen won 4th in 110m hurdles for U18
Shea Janke won 4th place in 2000m steeple chase for U18
Christina Heslop won 4th in 2000m steeple chase and 7th in 3000m for U18
Kiran Wanniarachchi‘s Gold medal in high jump and his contribution on the club’s 4 x 100m Bronze medal and 4th place finish in the 4 x 400m in the men’s category!
Kaitlyn Hanger won 5th in Hammer and also 5th in high jump for U18
Zuzu Liniewski won 6th in Hammer for U18
Constantine Georgas won 7th in 200m for U18
Katie Stewart-Barnett‘s 4-count of Gold Medal performances for 1500m steeple chase, 2000m, 1200m and high jump in the U16 category!
Isabella Brunoro won Silver in the 1500m steeple chase, Silver in the 2000m and 8th in 800m
Ryan Goudron‘s Gold in 1500m steeple chase and trio of Bronze Medals for 300m, 800m and 2000m in the U16 category!
Henry Ruckman won Bronze in the 1500m steeple chase and 4th in 2000m!
Ella Foster won the Silver medal in pole vault and Bronze in triple jump for U16
Kaitlyn Heslop won 8th in 1500m steeple chase for U16
Roman Nikolaev won 6th in long jump for U16
Ella Foster competes in pole vault to win Silver in pole vault & Bronze in triple jump
As well, the RCTFC boys’ relay team competed in the men’s category to win the Bronze medal in the 4 x 100m (Gavin Fan, Jeremy Belcher, Kiran Wanniarachchi & Constantine Georgas) and 4th in the 4 x 400m (Ryan Goudron, Karl Arcadi, Henry Ruckman & Kiran Wanniarachchi)! Congratulations to these athletes who all competed in their own gruelling competitions prior to giving it their all in the relays! Way to go boys!
Katie Stewart-Barnett‘s Gold medal winning high jump of 1.65m for U16 girls
Royal City Track and Field javelin throwers, Jarrett Chong and Jv Patry-Smith represented Canada at the inaugural U18 Jamaican Invitational in Kingston, Jamaica on July 1st, 2018. The event hopes to be a permanent regional event following the removal of … Continue reading →