Cross Country Practices Begin on September 9, 2023

Cross Country practices and base training begin on Saturday, September 9th for all athletes interested in running cross country and for Tara's sprint group. This includes athletes beginning grade 8 (year of birth 2010) who will be moving into the older training groups.

All practices will be in Mundy Park and we will meet in front of the baseball diamond near the lacrosse box. Practices will last one hour. Athletes in grade 8 and up will need a watch with a stopwatch. Practices will be Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30pm and Saturday at 10:00am.

Any questions? Please call Paul at 604 464 0753.

3rd Annual Beach Blanket Bingo - Saturday August 26th, 2023

Hey Everyone,

We're excited to invite you to the third annual Beach Blanket Bingo! It's time to come together and have a blast by the sea. Please join us on Saturday, August 26th, from 12:00 PM to approximately 6:00 PM at Barnet Marine Park. We'll be congregating at the swimming area to the left of the dock.

This event is open to all Cheetah athletes and their families. It's the perfect opportunity to spend an afternoon together, celebrating the culmination of a fantastic season. Don't forget to bring your own food, as well as toys, games, and sports equipment. Let's make the most of our time at the beach!

World Champion 4x100m Relay Members in Coquitlam

World Champions and Olympic silver medalists Aaron Brown and Jerome Blake were at Centennial track in Coquitlam yesterday preparing for the Canadian Championships this weekend in Langley with the Coquitlam Cheetahs team. Thirteen Cheetah athletes will be competing at the Canadian Championships this weekend.

Cheetah practices for BC Relay Champs August 5th

The Cheetah track and field season is now finished with the exception of those who will be competing at the BC Relay Championships on August 5th in Delta. Those wishing to compete at the Relay Championships will have practices from 6:15-7:00pm on:

Upcoming Relay Practice Dates

  • Tuesday July 18th
  • Thursday July 20th
  • Tuesday July 25th
  • Tuesday August 1st
  • Thursday August 3rd

Cheetah coaches will be organizing teams once we are clear as to how many Cheetah athletes will be competing.

Cheetahs Win 15 Medals at BC Provincial Championships

The Cheetahs ran, jumped and threw their way to 15 medals at the BC Track and Field Championships in Nanaimo this past weekend. The Cheetahs were led by Robin Rohu who won three medals with personal best performances in all of her events. She began her weekend with a bronze medal in the U20 100m hurdles and followed that up with a silver medal in the 400m hurdles and a victory in the long jump. Making her performances even more impressive is the fact she was not ranked in the top three of any of these events entering the weekend.

Also, winning multiple medals at the championships were Payton Young, Ella Madsen, Makenna Self and Delaney Self. Payton Young was second in the U18 discus with a best ever throw and also won the bronze medal in the shot put. Ella Madsen ran to victory in the U20 2000m steeplechase and was second in the 1500m. Ella will be heading to McMaster University this Fall on athletic scholarship.

Sisters Makenna and Delaney Self combined for four medals. Makenna won the U18 100m and was second in the 200m. Makenna will be representing Team Canada for the first time when she competes in Costa Rica at the U18 NACAC Championships July 22-24. Delaney won both the U18 100m hurdles and the high jump.

The remainder of the Cheetah medals were all won in the 400m. National team member Nathan George once again won the open provincial title and teammate Faizal Oladuntoye won the U20 event. Michela Beuthin earned her first provincial medal with a third place in the U18 category and Kalima Ngobi also earned a bronze medal in the U20 event. The Cheetahs next event will be the Canadian Championships which are taking place in Langley at the end of July.