Dino Opener Track Meet


Five Passtrak athletes attended and took part in 12 events.

Passtrak’s first track meet of the indoor season was hosted by the University of Calgary Dino’s on Saturday December 14.

Mosese Ratudradra ran three races in the 10-year-old boy’s category.  He placed eighth in the 800m, eighth in the 150m and fifth in the 60m in 10.99 seconds a mere 4/100’s of a second off his personal best.

Tim Jorgensen ran in the 11-year-old boy’s category where he finished seventh in the 60m in 9.55 seconds and sixth in the 150m in 23.86 seconds.  This was Tim’s first official indoor competition so he set new personal bests in both races.

Zion Ratudradra ran two races in the 13-year-old boy’s age group.  He finished twelfth in the 150m in 23.37 seconds and fifth in the 800m in 2:52.97.

Alisi Ratudradra competed in the girl’s 14-year-old division.  She placed sixth in the 60m hurdles in 10.58 seconds just 5/100’s of a second from a lifetime best.  She then ran the 200m in 29.19 seconds for fourth place and also finished fourth in the 60m in 8.64 seconds only 9/100’s of a second from her current personal best.

Tate Kenny is a new comer to Passtrak and this was his first official competition.  He placed seventh in the 800m in the 15-year-old boy’s age group.  His time was 2:53.55.  He then finished sixth in the 200m in 29.22 seconds.

The next competition for Passtrak is scheduled for January 4 also in Calgary.

 

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