Laurel Creek Track and Field Club

Welcome to the Laurel Creek Track and Field Club.  Our club has been a prominent force in the Waterloo Region for over 25 years.  Currently, we have 6 coaches and over 75 athletes.  We cater to athletes from the grade 6 Bantam category through high school age athletes to the Senior category.  The club has experienced tremendous success at the international level in the past with LC athletes representing Canada at the World Juniors, World Youth, Pan American Games, Commonwealth Games and Paralympics.  The success of our athletes is a testament to their commitment and to the LC coaches who have developed them.

 

On the provincial scene, Laurel Creek continues to be a top seven ranked club with athletes regularly medaling in a wide range of events and at all age levels.  Nationally, as  a club we regularly send athletes to all levels of competition and perform well. Despite being a club with all volunteer coaches we stack up well against clubs with paid staff members, a testimony to our club’s passion and commitment to developing athletes.

 

Whether you’re seeking to challenge yourself as an athlete on the national stage or wanting to improve your performance at the local school level we’re eager to help you achieve your goals and discover your true potential.

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LC Jumps group athletes soar at Royal Canadian Legion Meet

LC Jumps group soared Saturday at The Royal Canadian Legion National Youth Track and Field Ontario District C meet in kincardine Saturday. Double gold medal performances went toNicole Paine and Spiros Gouros. Karley Breen captured 3 silvers while Emily Smith took gold and silver. Kohl Grevenstein added 2 silvers, Abby Byers went silver and bronze competing in U16 girls...

LC Alumnus Jamie Phelan wins NCAA Division 1 1500m title

Congratulations to LC alumnus Jamie Phelan of University of Michigan who won the women’s NCAA 1500m title with a dramatic last-to-first place dash on the bell lap. Way to go Jamie, we’re all very proud of you. To read further about this, read this article in The Record: https://www.therecord.com/sports-story/7365485-phelan-goes-last-to-first-to-claim-ncaa-title/ To watch the race: http://www.flotrack.org/video/1217818-womens-1500m-final-michigans-jaimie-phelan-wins-first-title#.WT4J9OvyuM8