Shot Put photo: Chung Chow/New West Record
Jump to heptathlon helps North Vancouver track star score big. Caleigh O’Flaherty shows well at Legion National Championships.
It was posted at North Shore Sport news on August 28, and today, August 30.
Today, on August 30, New West Record, posted the article under the Sports section on page 43: Spartans’ rising star embraces magnificent seven.
Caleigh, is a multidimensional athlete, a great hurdler with huge aerobic potentials, said her coach Tatjana Mece.
Coming to New Wet Spartans, with the recommendation of John May, of Vancouver Island, one of the best track and field coach in BC, she will score big in the future.
See the article at the link: nsnews.com and at New West Record, August 30, at Sport section on page 43.
Silver at Commonwealth Games in Heptathlon, a PB of 6133 points in Gold Coast,-AUSTRALIA
The great news for New Westminster track and field family came today, from Gold Coast, Australia.
Nina Schultz, finished second in Heptathlon, winning her first international medal in Major Games.
Schultz, did a tremendous presentation achieving in the first day the results of:
100mH – 13.47, High Jump- 1.84m, Shot Put-12.13m, 200m-25.02, Long Jump- 6.19m,
Long Jump- 6.19m, Javelin- 43.11m and finishing 800m,- 2:17:40, with 6133 points.
With these results Nina Schultz, is ranked # 2 in the World at 20128 IAAF Senior List of Heptathlon.
Congratulations to Nina Schultz!
Let continue to work to prepare more athletes of this caliber from our community.
Pictures courtesy of Athletics Canada