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Edmonton, Alberta
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The Edmonton Track and Field Council is the central governing body for Track and Field activities in the Greater Edmonton Area. We oversee and support all clubs, coaches, athletes, volunteers and training facilities. We support the development and growth of the sport of Track and Field in the City of Edmonton Alberta. We want to see the sport of Track and Field in Edmonton grow and all participants acheive their best.

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Rollie Miles Grand Opening Was a Huge Success

Edmonton Track and Field Council

Last night we held the Rollie Miles Grand Opening event and it was spectacular!

A short recap of the numbers:

  • 70+ Competitors
  • 150+ spectators
  • 40+ Volunteers
  • One Heck of a lot of fun

Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, the competition commenced with 50 and 100 meter races for the little ones. Followed shortly after, the children were given a chance to learn all about the 4X100m relay from real Olympians EJ Parris and Neville Wright! Meanwhile, Jesse Lipscombe (The Evening's MC) demonstrated some truly amazing high jumping. At the other end of the track from Jesse, the Pole Vaulters were in their top form! Records were broken, rankings were achieved, and PBs were made by almost everyone! Following a short break, we held the Alberta 10,000m championships. Over 30 people arrived to compete; everyone gave their all, it was a great race to watch!

We want to thank everyone who came out to see the event, we hope you all a fantastic time. We would also like to thank all of the volunteers, officials, athletes, and vendors.

A special thanks to our sponsors for helping make this event happen:

  • London Drugs
  • Shoppers Drug Mart
  • United Cycle
  • Athletics Alberta
  • Safeway

It was an amazing event and who knows maybe we will see you all out again next year?!