Yes, there are still some BMY 2012 Meet special “Wicking Technology” T-shirts available for those of you that weren’t able to get one during the Meet itself.
Please remember that the funds from these sales all go towards improving our facilities and, in turn, our ability to host more of these Big Meets.
Please consider investing in a few extras as gifts for Birthdays, Thanksgiving, Halloween and Christmas!
We’re starting to build an album for the recent 2012 BMY Championships Meet.
Please consider sending us your own Pics from the weekend, so that we can share them with the many participants, their families and friends.
Please feel free to add your own alphabetical entries using the Comment capability on our previous Post…
As soon as A.O. releases the official results, they should be available right here.
Today, A.O. published the final schedule for this weekend’s BMY Championship at NOC.
Courtesy of Matt Horner, The Standard:
ST. CATHARINES - The Athletics Onatrio bantam, midget and youth track and field championships are coming to St. Catharines.
The Niagara Olympic Club is hosting the event in conjunction with the London Legion Track and Field Alliance. The championship is being hosted at the club’s facility Aug. 4 and 5 because the London Legion doesn’t have the facilities required to host the event, but will help provide some of the 100 volunteers needed to make the Athletics Ontario sanctioned event run smoothly.
Organizers expect between 900 and 1000 athletes from across Ontario will compete over the two days. The athletes are between the ages of 11 and 17.
Among the top local hopefuls is Troy Smith, from Grimsby, who just finished seventh in the 1,500 metres at the junior nationals. His brother, Gavin, will also be competing. Other hopefuls are: Heather Petrick from St. Catharines, who also raced in the junior nationals; Tracy Myers from Beamsville; Kristen Kuhn from Crystal Beach, who placed fourth at OFSAA in the 3,000 metres; and J.T Hunt and T.J. Kountourogiannis from Niagara Falls. More…
A.O. has published a revised Meet Package that includes the updated Events Schedule.
Please remember that this is subject to the final schedule to be released by Friday.
Even this is subject to spot changes due to weather or other unavoidable local circumstances during the weekend.
In less than 2 weeks, the spotlight will be upon us, during the BMY A.O. Meet, August 4/5th. This is our biggest showcase event of the Year, and to-date we are short of Volunteers to help with a variety of important functions during that weekend.
If you have friends, relatives and colleagues who might be able to contribute a few hours of their time, please actively encourage them to join us. Please email us with names, and contact information (preferably telephone numbers and email addresses).
With the Olympics actively underway in London at that time, and NOC having one of our athletes on the Canadian Olympic Team, it’s the perfect time to ask people for their help.