Full lists of entrants for the VOC Elementary Track Meet on April 20-21, 2018 at Swangard Stadium can be found here:
We gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia
The Vancouver Olympic Club is excited to offer an outreach program for Vancouver elementary and
secondary schools who would like assistance in track and field and cross-country.
Some highlights of the program:
See attached pdf for all the details.
Please contact Tatjana Mece, Head Coach, Vancouver Olympic Club at: 604.522.1922, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The VOC AGM is scheduled for Thursday, March 8th from 6:00–7:30 pm in the Kerrisdale Community Centre, Room 221.
We Welcome All Athletes and Families!
We would love to have as many of our members present as possible since we’ll be doing a review of our year and communicating club news.
Pizza and drinks will be served.
We have a few vacant board positions to fill this year including Secretary and Volunteer Coordinator and we also welcome Members at Large. If you are interested, please contact me and I will provide more detailed information about the positions.
Please RSVP to Jane at email@example.com
With the 2018 Athletic season getting under way, there are at least three organizations (Athletics for Kids, KidSport, and Jumpstart) which help cover sport registration fees (up to $400) for athletes (up to 18 years) from low-income families.
You can check the websites of the 3 organizations for more details.
Thomas Nobbs, finished third at Pan-Am Cross Country Championships winning the bronze medal.
Nobbs, helped Canadian Junior team win the Pan-Am Junior Champion title.
Congratulation to Tom for his results.
Sport BC has announced their 52nd BC Sport Awards Finalists.
VOC athlete Anastas Eliopoulos is the finalist of the 2017 Male Junior Athlete of the Year Award.
Eliopoulos is ranked #6th at 2017 IAAF World Junior List in 110mH, with his new Canadian Record of 13.36, and Canadian Junior Champion Title.
Congratulations to Anastas and good luck.
Eleven VOC athletes opened the 2018 athletics season by running in the Harry Jerome Indoor Track meet on February 3 at the Richmond Oval.
Thomas Ma won the 60m hurdles and broke the Jerome Record by Diego Medrano of the Spartans with the new time of 8.73. He also won a bronze medal in the 60m dash with a great time of 7:50.
Marcus Britnell ran a strong race in 1000m and captured first place for midget category with the time of 2:56.17.
Pirro Ifti had a great race in 600m winning the silver medal with 1:36.41, for midget category. In the same event, 14 year old Davis Timko, won his heat and finished fourth in the finals with 1:40.01
Competing for the first time at an indoor track and field competition for youth category, Christian Petersen won the bronze medal in 1500m with 4:44.13 and Riordan Miyan, finished fourth with 4:45.55
Bridgett Baziw had a great performance finishing third, with the time of 1:49.28
For junior category, Ben Paetzel, ran a strong 1000m with the time of 2:51.54, winning a bronze medal.
In the same category, Jessica Urban, ran a strong 60m dash with the time of 8.29 sec.
For the JD group, the top sprinter, Ava Cardey, won the 60m for 11 years old with the time of 8.94.
Nayan Soma won the bronze medal in 60m with the time of 9.24. Good performance by Sage Miller in 60m.