Sherwood Park Track Classic

Published July 29, 2022

Capital City Track Club hosted the Sherwood Park Track Classic on July 22-24, 2022 at Strathcona Athletic Park. The Tri-Prov team, Legions team and Canada Summer Games team were all present for competition in addition to a large number of athletes from across Alberta and Western Canada. The club would like to thank all the coaches, board of directors, athletes, parents, family members, family friends and officials who stepped up and volunteered to make the meet happen. Additionally, thank you to all of those who travelled from out of town to attend. It was a successful meet and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone next year! For those who have completed their seasons, enjoy the time off! For those still competing over the summer, good luck!

Results from U16 and up Provincial Championships

Published July 19, 2022

Congrats to our big crew who represented Capital City at the U16 and up provincial championships in Calgary, AB over the July 9-10th weekend.


  • Vida Abbott
  • Nayana Martins
  • Nayeli Sarkar
  • Finnley Mailloux
  • Ty Seckerseck
  • Anaka Weber
  • Darby Fedoruk
  • Nico Claramunt
  • Max Polanski
  • Carmen Chu


  • Ella Frost
  • Markus Boland
  • Kendra Justice
  • Owen Avila
  • Carl Chu
  • Taran Naidu-Barrett
  • Finnegan Taylor
  • Addison Lauer


  • Cailey Jacobs
  • Cheyenne Duncan
  • Colin Acquah
  • Nicole Berthiaume
  • Makenna Macwhinnie
  • Madelyn Vaply
  • Cheyenne Anderson
  • Louis Serges
  • Tegra Jan-King
  • Carter Hayward


  • Quinn Filmore
  • Mosetta Bodah
  • Hannah Heise
  • Austin Cole
  • Kudakwashe Murasiranwa
  • Danelle Sheppard
  • Tegan McKechnie
  • Raphael Choquette


  • Ingrid Mohora


  • Anaka Weber (U16) –5th in 800m (2:35.70)
  • Nico Claramunt (U16)– 2nd in 300m (37.89)
  • Carmen Chu (U16) – 1st in long jump (4.97m) and 1st in triple jump (10.70m)
  • Nayeli Sarkar (U16) – 5th in hammer throw (23.41m) and 5th in javelin (19.59m)
  • Addison Lauer (U18) – 3rd in 100m (12.75), 4th in 200m (26.52) and 3rd in long jump (5.22m)
  • Taran Naidu-Barrett (U18) – 3rd in 200m (23.31)
  • Carl Chu (U18) – 1st in 400m (51.11) and 2nd in long jump (5.91m)
  • Kenda Justice (U18) – 5th in discus (23.97m), 4th in hammer (31.26m), 2nd in javelin (34.77m) and 4th in shot put (9.76m)
  • Makenna Macwhinnie (U20) – 2nd in 100m (12.70) and 1st in long jump (4.97m)
  • Cailey Jacobs (U20) – 4th in 100m (13.16) and 2nd in long jump (4.94m)
  • Nicole Berthiaume (U20) – 5th in 100m (13.85)
  • Louis Serges (U20) – 6th in 100m (11.64)
  • Adam Ivanovic (U20) – 4th in 800m (1:58.46)
  • Madelyn Valpy (U20) – 2nd in 100mH (16.52) and 4th in triple jump (9.97m)
  • Tegra Jan-King (U20) – 1st in high jump (1.85m) and 2nd in triple jump (13.81m)
  • Hannah Heise (Senior) – 1st in 100m (11.86)
  • Quinn Gilmore (Senior) – 4th in 100m (12.47) and 4th in 200m (25.55)
  • Mosetta Bodah (Senior) – 5th in 100m (12.54) and 5th in 10mm (25.70)
  • Austin Cole (Senior) – 3rd in 100m (10.56) and 1st in 200m (20.85)
  • Kudakwashe Murasiranwa (Senior) – 4th in 100m (10.59) and 4th in 200m (21.30)
  • Tegan McKechnie (Senior) – 5th in 110mH (16.68)
  • Raphael Choquette (Senior) – 3rd in javelin (52.21m)
  • Ingrid Mohora (Masters) – 1st in 100m (15.74), 1st in 200m (32.32), 1st in 80mH (17.07), 1st in high jump (1.20m), 2nd in javelin (18.72m)
  • U16 women 4x100m relay (Vida Abbott, Carmen Chu, Finnley Maillous, Nayana Martins) – 4th (54.89)
  • U18 men 4x100m relay (Taran Naidu-Barrett, Carter Hayward, Finnegan Taylor, Carl Chu) – 3rd (49.06)
  • U20 women 4x100m relay (Addison Lauer, Cailey Jacobs, Nicole Berthiaume, Makenna Macwhinnie) – 1st (52.29)
  • Senior women 4x400m relay (Ella Frost, Anaka Weber, Darby Fedoruk, Mina Taylor) – 4th (4:31.53)

Provincial and National Teams 2022

Published July 1, 2022

Capital City is proud to announce that the club has several athletes who will be representing Team Alberta and Team Canada at several meets this summer. It’s safe to say that Capital City will have a good representation at all the big meets this summer.

Canada Summer Games:

Congratulations to the following athletes who have been named to the Canada Summer Games team.

  • Malachi Murray
  • Hannah Heise
  • Tegra Jan-King

In addition to the above athletes, congratulations to the following coaches who were named to the Canada Summer Games coaching staff.

  • Ciera Wolf
  • Raeleen Hunter

The team will be heading to Niagara, Ontario to compete August 14-21, 2022.

Tri-Prov Team:

Congratulations to the following U16 and U18 athletes who have been named to the 2022 Tri-Prov team:

  • Carmen Chu
  • Jillian Delaney
  • Carl Chu
  • Connor Bath
  • Addison Lauer
  • Kendra Justice

The team will be competing against Saskatchewan and Manitoba at the Sherwood Park Track Classic that Capital City will be hosting July 22-24, 2022, in Sherwood Park, Alberta.

Legions Team:

Congratulations to the following U16 and U18 athletes who have been named to the 2022 Legions team:

  • Carmen Chu
  • Connor Bath

The team will be heading to Sherbrooke, Quebec to compete August 5-7, 2022.

Commonwealth Games:

Congratulations to Malachi Murray who has been named to Team Canada for the 4x100m relay at the Commonwealth Games. The Commonwealth Games will be hosted in Birmingham, England on July 28 – August 8, 2022.

World Athletics Championships:

Congratulations to Malachi Murray who has also been named to Team Canada for the 4x100m relay at the World Athletics Championships. The Championships will be hosted Eugene, Oregon on July 15-24, 2022.

Results from U10-U14 Outdoor Provincial Championships

Published June 29, 2022

While our U20s and Seniors were competing in Langley, our U10s, U12s and U14s were competing in Leduc at the Alberta outdoor championship meet.


  • Cameron Ballhorn – 9th (Sat tetrathlon); 7th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Cohen Brimacombe – 13th (Sat tetrathlon); 10th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Grayson Roy – 14th (Sun tetrathlon)


  • Azalia Heslinga – 21st (Sat tetrathlon); 16th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Sarah Himschoot – 24th (Sat tetrathlon)


  • Sabryn Serediak – 7th (Sat tetrathlon); 4th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Ella Campeau – 10th (Sat tetrathlon); 15th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Lowyn Glasgow – 12th (Sat tetrathlon); 10th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Emsley Hutchinson – 25th (Sat tetrathlon); 26th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Violet Zakordonski – 20th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Zamin Syed – 4th (Sat tetrathlon); 3rd (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Finn Smith – 8th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Kaeden Jank – 9th (Sat tetrathlon); 12th (Sun tetrathlon)
  • Nolan Gray – 25th (Sat tetrathlon); 22nd (Sun tetrathlon)

For the full results, please follow the link here.

Results from U20 and Senior National Championships

Published June 29, 2022

It’s been a while since we’ve done a club update, but we’ve been training hard throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve had a busy year getting back on track and the results speak for themselves!

Capital City recently had 10 athletes compete at the U20/Senior National Championships in Langley, BC on June 23-26, 2022. Congrats to all on stellar performances!


  • Madelyn Valpy – 7th in women’s triple jump (10.87m)
  • Tegra Jan-King – 4th in men’s triple jump (14.03m)
  • Ella Frost – 21st in women’s 200m qualifiers (28.52); 14th in women’s 400m prelims (1:03.03)


  • Austin Cole – 1st in men’s 400m prelims (47.33), Silver medal in men’s 400m finals (45.93 – Austin’s fastest run ever and on Canadian soil!)
  • Malachi Murray – 3rd in men’s 100m prelims (10.19 – Personal Best and currently ranked 4th overall), 5th in men’s 100m finals (10.36); 12th in men’s 200m prelims (21.67)
  • Kudakwashe Murasiranwa – 15th in men’s 100m prelims (10.55 – Personal Best); 1st in men’s 200m qualifiers (21.57)
  • Hannah Heise – 3rd in women’s 100m qualifiers (12.28), 17th in women’s 100m prelims (11.84); 16th in women’s 200m prelims (24.68)
  • Amanda Rummery – 16th in women’s 400m qualifiers (1:00.62)
  • Raphael Choquette – 5th in men’s javelin qualifiers (51.34m)
  • Quinn Gilmore – 12th in women’s 100m qualifiers (12.97); 11th in women’s 200m qualifiers (26.08)

For the full results, please follow the link here.

A Year of Never-ending Success

For any athlete, competing on the world stage can seem like a far fetched dream. This year, for Austin Cole that dream became a reality and has turned into a life he had no idea could have ever happened. He started the year by setting a USport National Record in the 300m and ended his U of A season by winning the Wilson Challenge Trophy (U of A Male Athlete of the Year) and Track and Field Men’s MVP. Who knew that this would just be the start of an incredible year!

In early spring, he put on a Team Canada singlet for the first time and competed in Japan at the IAAF World Relays, bringing home a silver medal. As the outdoor season went on and multiple training sessions and meets later, he captured bronze at the U23 NACAC Championships and Canadian Championships. Now the end of the outdoor season for majority of track athletes, Austin has been selected to wear Team Canada for the third time this year. He will be competing in the mixed 4x400m relay at the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar at the end of September.

When a coach-athlete relationship works as great as Rob and Austin’s relationship, there is no telling what they can accomplish. Austin has been a prime example of what hard work, dedication and discipline can result in. He has made several sacrifices to get to where he is today and is a great role model for the younger, upcoming athletes at Capital City and in the track community.

Capital City is so excited to see what else he can accomplish!

Success on the International Stage

It has been an exciting few months for Capital City’s Austin Cole. Austin ended his indoor season by being named the U of A Track and Field Male MVP of the year as well as winning the Wilson Challenge Trophy as the Overall Male MVP for the university. Following that he found himself in Japan competing in the IAAF World Relays in May.

More recently, Austin was named to the NACAC U23 team where he brought home his first international medal for an individual event. He ran a solid 400m in a time of 45.90, a new personal best for him and enough to bring home a bronze medal!

The fun does not end there; the mixed relay team that competed at the IAAF World Relays also competed and he found himself coming home with not one, but two bronze medals!

Austin is a prime example of what hard work, dedication and discipline can lead to and Capital City is proud to have Austin as part of the team and as a role model for our young, upcoming athletes!

Capital City Athletes Named to Team Alberta 2019

Capital City is proud to have the following athletes as part of Team Alberta 2019!


Congrats to Cailey Jacobs, Axciel Yss Villegas and Alexis Ludlow who have been named to the 2019 Tri-Prov Team! The meet will be taking place in Regina, Saskatchewan on July 12-14, 2019!


Congrats to Scott Dixon who has been named to the 2019 Western Summer Games Team! In addition, our very own coach Ciera Wolf has also been named the Team Manager for the team this year! Athletics will be taking place August 13-18, 2019 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan!

Good luck to all athletes!

2018 Athletics Alberta Awards

The 2018 Athletics Alberta award nominees have been released and 2018 proved to be a great year for Capital City athletes!

Congratulations to the following athletes:

Patricia Draghici (U14 Top 10 athlete)

Cheyenne Duncan (U14 Top 10 athlete)

Axciel Yss Villegas (U14 Top 10 athlete)

Scott Dixon (U20 Male Nominee)

Austin Cole (Open Male Nominee)

A big congrats to two of our coaches, Rob Fisher and Rachel Yee, who won High Performance Coach of the Year and Junior Development Coach of the Year, respectively!

More information can be found at Athletics Alberta!

Austin Cole Represents Team Canada at IAAF World Relays

After coming off a very successful indoor season with the Golden Bears, Austin Cole traded his green/gold and blue/orange singlets for red, white and black. Early April he competed in Yokohama, Japan as part of Team Canada in the IAAF World Relays. The mixed 4×400 m relay team came away with silver and a national record time of 3:18.15! It’s still early in the season – let’s see what else he can accomplish this year!