Canadian sprinters and hurdlers moved to the top of the Canadian lists this past week. Johnathan Cabral 13.35(1.9) at Mt SAC moved him to the top of the world list in the 110m hurdles.
Aaron Brown’s 20.45(0.6) 200m run in the Bahamas edged the Olympic standard of 20.50 seconds.
Tremaine Harris now training in Phoenix, AZ regained his form with a 20.75(0.9) in the 200m at Mt SAC
Ben Ayesu-Attah ran his seasonal best of 46.60 seconds in the 400m just 0.7 seconds off his personal best in California.
Django Lovett jumped his personal best of 2.23m at Mt SAC and moves closer to his goal of 2.29m, the Olympic standard for Rio.