Wolves Sixth at 2018 ACAC Indoors

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Brandon Wladyko ran into some spikes and tough competition in finishing 4th in the 3000m at the 2018 ACAC Indoor Track Championships

A small but enthusiastic team of seven GPRC Wolves tracksters took to the floor of Edmonton’s Kinsmen Fieldhouse on the weekend to contest the 2018 ACAC Indoor Track Championships, hosted by Macewan University.

In his final meet with the Wolves, four-year veteran Brandon Wladlyko yet again led the way for the locals with a fourth place finish in the men’s 3000m.  Wladyko battled hard with Macewan’s Scott Kohlman for the minor medal, but, in the end, came up 2 seconds short of the podium.  Wladyko also had a sixth place finish in the men’s 1500m.

Other Wolves scoring points (i.e. top 8 places) included:

Kelcie Bulas    1500m – 2 points  3000m 1 point

Anna VanderGeissen     600m – 2 points (won B final)  1000m – 1 point

Eric Nooy    3000m – 1 point

Men’s Relay (Wladyko, Nooy,  Jarred St Arnault, Kyle “Mams” Reynolds)    4 x 400m – 1 point

Also, Brittany Duvall made the B final in the 300m.

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Anna VanderGeissen won the 600m B final at the 2018 ACAC Indoor Track Championships

Collectively, both men’s and women’s team placed sixth.  SAIT dominated the men’s competition, while Macewan University took the women’s title.

Full results are posted here.

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Kyle Reynolds was #1 in his own mind, but second last in the 300m, at the 2018 ACAC Indoor Track Championships

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