CONGRATULATIONS to ALL our Mustang Athletes who competed at the Track & Field Championship in Kamloops.
Lots of personal bests were achieved, bronze, silver and gold medal finishers!
Well done Mustangs!
A huge congratulations to our very on Mustangs –
Maddison Gordon, Mackenzie Hurtubise, Noah Louwerse and Hayden Hall for all getting Legion standard in their events and being selected to compete for Team BC at the Legion track and field nationals in Sherbrooke, Quebec August 5-7 2022.
Langley Mustangs have been busy running the concession stand for the BC High school Track & Field Championships June 9,10,11th, as well as preparing for the 43rd Annual Pacific Invitational Track and Field Meet June 18th a highly coveted and well attended meet in BC.
All before one of the biggest events to come to Langley for Track and Field, the Canadian Track and Field Championships June 22-25 Sponsored by Bell Media, which will bring all star athletes from across Canada to our little town and great stadium. Volunteer links in article link.
Read Langley Advance Times Article Below
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A beautiful sunny day to kick off the first meet of the outdoor season for many athletes! Results are posted here!
Junior Development athlete Jairus Sorokovsky was named Performer of the Meet for 12 year old boys at the recently held JD Regional Challenge in Abbotsford. Head coach Andrew Lenton was pleased to hear of the award: “This kind of recognition is important as it rewards development of skills in several different event areas, something recommended in the long term athlete development model for track and field.”
Head Coach Andrew Lenton was pleased with the attendance of over 315 athletes over two days held at MacLeod Athletics Park. “It provided a great atmosphere for the athletes and not surprisingly we saw many great performances from ages U16 and up.”The Mustangs are preparing to host the 2022 National Track and Field Championships so this was a chance to assess their readiness and identify any outstanding issues. “Hosting a major championship will be a team effort that will require contributions from several partners including the Township of Langley, BC Athletics, and volunteers from the Mustangs.
See Langley Advance News story and pictures here