RCAF runner fares well at world-level championships


As I turned 53 and then 54 the last couple of years, it became increasingly more difficult to medal at major championships for all the obvious reasons. One of the great motivations to join the ranks of Masters Track and Field is that the “clock” resets every five years.

In our sport, athletes get to compete in five-year age groups, which gives you something to look forward to as you age because you are the youngest in that group every five years.

I was in excellent shape for my M55 category debut at the North, Central America and Caribbean Region of World Masters Athletics (NCCWMA) Championships held in July 2019 in Toronto, Ontario. Read the rest of the article . . .