FOUR ATHLETES EARN PERSONAL BEST MARKS AT SPARTAN CHALLENGE

FOUR ATHLETES EARN PERSONAL BEST MARKS AT SPARTAN CHALLENGE

LANGLEY, B.C. – Trinity Western's men's and women's track and field teams got off to an impressive start in the first competition of the season, as four athletes cleared unofficial personal best marks at the Spartan Pole Vault Challenge Saturday at the David E. Enarson Gymnasium.

On the women's side, Madison Evans (Calgary) posted an eight-centimetre personal best, clearing 3.90m. She cleared 3.82m, when she finished fifth at last year's U SPORTS Championships.

On the men's side, Maxime Léveillé (Shefford, Que) earned a clearance of 4.70m, which unofficially bettered his previous best of 4.65m.

First-year Dominic Luccock (Delta, B.C.) also posted a personal best of 4.00m. Chris Weiss (West Vancouver, B.C.) equaled his personal best of 4.30m.

TWU Results
*Personal Best (all results at the David E. Enarson are unofficial)

WOMEN
Madison Evans – 3.90m*
Kirsten Dunford – 3.55m
Emma Li – 3.55m
Maddie Li – NH

MEN
Maxime Léveillé – 4.70m*
Giovanni Hernandez – 4.45m
Nathan Dunford – 4.30m
Chris Weiss – 4.30m*
Glen Johnston – 4.15m
Dominic Luccock – 4.00m*

NEXT UP
The Spartans next competition is the University of Washington Preview Jan. 13 in Seattle.

-TW-

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