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Our 2018 registration is open. Be sure to renew your annual membership; it is the best deal. Take a look at our new fee structure that conveniently mirrors that of Athletics Ontario.
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May this year bring you much success, rather than luck. Remember that hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.
800m/Long Jump Night
Thursday, June 28,
Birchmount Stadium | 75 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough, ON M1N 3J7
Get ready for our 800m/Long Jump Night! Start time is 6:00 P.M. All races will be sections of timed finals, starting from slower to faster, with the two fastest women's and men's sections featured last. Monetary awards will be given to the top-four finishers in the women's and men's 800m, with $25 for fourth place, $50 for third, $75 for second place, and $100 for first! For the long jump, there is a $100 prize for the women's and men's winners.
The order of events is as follows:
Event 1: Women's 800m @ 18:00
Event 2: Men's 800m
Event 3: Men's Long Jump @ 18:00
Event 4: Women's Long Jump @ 19:30
Entry fee is $15 per event before the deadline of Tuesday, June 26, 2018, at 18:00. Post-deadline entry fee is $20. Entry fees are payable to Phoenix Athletics.
Registration is NOW OPEN @ TrackieReg.com.
Registration and clerking will be at the south end of Birchmount Stadium. Seed times must be run within the last 18 months, indoor or outdoor.
Check out this June 18, 2018 article on IAAF's Spikes about our Aaron Brown!
2018 OFSAA Track and Field Championships
Congratulations to Abdullahi Hassan of Birchmount Park C.I. for winning both the Junior Boys 400m and 800m at OFSAA Track and Field Championships at York Lions Stadium, and for setting a new OFSAA record in the Junior Boys 800m in a time of 1:53.54, formerly held by another Phoenix Athletics athlete, Trent Sayers of Sinclair S.S.
Congratulations to Abdullahi on his double gold at OFSAA and for being named to the U18 Canadian team to compete in the Jamaican U18 Invitational in both the 400m and 800m. The Jamaican U18 Invitational will be held in Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1, 2018.
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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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under 12 years of age
Track & Field or Cross Country
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Annually • $900
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Cross Country • $300
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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