With the indoor season now complete, it is possible to review the results for Canadian men for 2017. Both Derek Drouin and Mo Ahmed are ranked number one in the world rankings.
Derek from Corunna, ON, the 2016 Olympic Champion and 2015 world Champion, high jumped 2.33m this indoor season.
Mo Ahmed from St Catherines, ON, a close 4th in the Rio Olympic Games in the 5000m, ran 13:04.60 for the fastest time in the world indoors and a new Canadian record.
Shawn Barber of Toronto, ON, the 2015 World Champion in the pole vault, jumped 5.83m indoors to rank 6th on the world list.
Charles Philibert-Thiboutot of Quebec City, PQ, the 2016 Olympian and 2015 Pan American bronze medalist took 9th spot on the world list in the indoor mile with his 3:55.33 clocking.
Justyn Knight of Toronto took the silver medal in the NCAA division I Championships in Texas in the 3000m for Syracuse University last weekend.
In the same meet, Jordan Young of Windsor, ON took the bronze medal in the weight throw with 22.41m for the University of Virginia.
2016 Olympian, Bolade Ajomale of Toronto was the double gold medalist at the NCAA Division II Championships in the 60m and 200m representing San Francisco's The Academy of Arts