Warner ties record set in 110 me­tre hur­dles

Cape Breton Post - - SPORTS -

ED­MON­TON - Damian Warner tied a record on Satur­day at the Cana­dian track and field cham­pi­onships. The Lon­don, Ont., na­tive won the men's 110-me­tre hur­dles in 13.27 sec­onds to tie Mark McKoy's Cana­dian cham­pi­onships record set in 1985. Johnathan Cabral was sec­ond at 13.37 and Sekou Kaba third at 13.43. Saska­toon's Bri­anne TheisenEa­ton edged out the com­pe­ti­tion in the women's 100 hur­dles. She fin­ished the race in 13.06, just ahead of Phyli­cia Ge­orge and Nikkita Holder. Thomas Riva of Qualicum Beach, B.C. cap­tured the men's 1,500 race in four min­utes 6.16 sec­onds. Win­nipeg's Ni­cole Si­fuentes took the women's event in 4:20.29. Toronto's Philip Osei won the men's 400 dash in 46.59, fin­ish­ing ahead of Joshua Cun­ning­ham and Daniel Harper. Rachel Sea­man of Ka­puskas­ing, Ont., easily won the women's 10,000 race walk - fin­ish­ing al­most six min­utes ahead of the com­pe­ti­tion. Evan Dun­fee of Rich­mond, B.C., edged out Inaki Gomez for the men's ti­tle. CP/AP

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