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NPSS Track And Field Team Members Set Personal Bests At Provincials

first_imgNANAIMO, B.C. – For the first time in twenty three years, a track and field team from North Peace Secondary competed at the BC High School Track & Field Provincial Championships this past weekend.Nine NPSS students competed in a wide range of events from athletics, to discus and javelin. On the girls’ side, Jaston Stockall placed 31st in the 400m sprint, and 31st in long jump. Jessica Telizyn managed 27th in the high jump, and 28th in women’s hurdles.On the boys’ side: long distance specialist Bailey Haugen managed to place 10th in the 1,500 m, and medaled in the 3000 m after finishing in 8th overall. Chad Singh placed 15th in the long jump, and 18th in 100 m sprint. Jacob Lang also competed in the 100 metre dash, placing in 34th spot. In addition, Lang ended up 16th in the high jump, and 30th in the 200 m sprint.- Advertisement -Adam Bowie was another of NPSS’ high jumpers, placing in 26th spot along with placing 27th in javelin, and 33rd in long jump. Among the field contestants, Matthew Newth placed 21st in discus.Back on the track, Aiden Craig-Steele took 17th spot in the 800 m sprint, 26th in the 1500 m steeplechase, and 29th in the Junior Men’s 400 m sprint. Reid Jacobs placed 23rd in the 800 m sprint. Jr. Boys 4×100 Relay team,comprised of Craig-Steele on the starting blocks, Newth 2nd, Jacobs 3rd, and Singh as anchor placed 19th. Jacob Lang and Adam Bowie wait for their high jump event to begin. Photo credit: Sheldon Steele Jacob Lang and Adam Bowie wait for their high jump event to begin. Photo credit: Sheldon Steele Jacob Lang in action during the high jump event. Photo credit: Sheldon Steele Jacob Lang in action during the high jump event. Photo credit: Sheldon Steele The NPSS 4x100 metre relay team. Left to right: Aiden Craig-Steele, Matthew Newth, Chad Singh, Reid Jacobs. Photo credit: Sheldon Steele The NPSS 4×100 metre relay team. Left to right: Aiden Craig-Steele, Matthew Newth, Chad Singh, Reid Jacobs. Photo credit: Sheldon Steele Aiden Craig-Steele passing to Matthew Newth in the Junior 4x100 metre relay. Photo credit: Sheldon Steele Aiden Craig-Steele passing to Matthew Newth in the Junior 4×100 metre relay. Photo credit: Sheldon Steelelast_img read more

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Chelsea star signs new five-year deal

first_imgChelsea midfielder Oscar has signed a new five-year contract, the club have announced.The Brazilian star, 23, was signed from Internacional back in 2012 for around £25million and has been a huge success in west London.Last season Oscar netted 11 goals across all competition and already has four this campaign as he continues to excel and his new deal should keep him at Stamford Bridge until 2019.He told Chelsea’s official website: ‘I am so happy because I love playing for Chelsea and living in England. I have enjoyed playing here for two years, and now I have five more, so I am very happy.’ 1 Oscar last_img read more

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