Developing high-performance athletes for over 50 years in the Greater Toronto Area.
Marissa placed 6th in Women's T44 100m and 7th in the 200m at the World Para Athletics World Championships July 14-23, 2017 in London, England.
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At the Canadian Track and Field Championships in Ottawa, Nate Brannen won silver in the Men's 1500m in 3:45.49, while Aaron Brown won bronze in the 200m in 20.13. Marissa Papaconstantinou won bronze and silver in the Para Ambulatory 100m and 200m, in 13.54 and 27.53, respectively.
We're more than just a track club.
We foster a community of driven athletes that develop critical life skills like discipline, resilience, and leadership.
What they learn as a competitive member of Phoenix Athletics carries forward on their development journey for the rest of their lives.
We don't just teach our athletes how to compete; we show them how to develop as people.
Whether you were born to go the distance, or maybe you're incredibly fast, we've got the training program for you.
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Aaron joined Phoenix while in grade 10 at Birchmount Park C.I. in Scarborough and was a member until the end of his grade-12 year. He is a multiple OFSAA champion in the 100m and 200m, and he is also a Canadian national champion at those distances. He then received a full scholarship to the University of Southern California (USC), where he spent four years while competing for Phoenix in the summers. During this time, Aaron also competed at the World Junior Championships in Moncton, NB where he placed 5th in the 100m and won bronze in the 200m.
“Phoenix Athletics gave me opportunities in track and field that opened up the doors for my career; it was the foundation to garnering a scholarship and becoming a professional athlete.”
Aaron Brown, Phoenix Athletics sprinter for Nike
2012 London Games Semifinalist, 200m
2015 World Championships Bronze Medalist, 200m
2016 Olympic Games Bronze Medalist, 4x100m Relay
“I have built friendships and relationships with the runners and coaches that will last a lifetime and are unforgettable. I owe a lot to this club, as it has taught me skills, leadership, and overall, how to be the best person I can be.”
Marissa Papaconstantinou, Phoenix Athletics sprinter
2015 International Paralympic Championships Finalist, T44 100m & 200m