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Make it a half dozen Laurentian Voyageurs who have now qualified for the OUA Track & Field Championships (February 23rd/24th in Windsor) as another quartet used the recent Don Wright Team Challenge at Western to join jumper Shelley Hladin and sprinter Tristan Routhier.

Making a return to indoor racing, fifth year Psychology student Keon Wallingford placed ninth in the 3000m with a time of 8:47.53 while freshman and Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School graduate Josh Kim (1st year - Criminology) blazed through the 60m dash in a new personal best clocking of 7.37 seconds.

Joining them will be the women's 1000m pairing of Kristen Mrozewski (8th - 3:02.68) and Sarah Booth (10th - 3:06.03), while eight others kept company with Josh Kim in establishing new PBs in London.

That grouping featured:

Erika MacNeill - 300m - 48.81
Jessy Trottier - 300m - 51.61
Claire Scholl - 1000m - 3:19.00
Charlotte Grenier - 3000m - 11:36.68
Brandon Radey - 600m - 1:27.03
Owen Roney - 1000m - 2:54.14
Seamus Doherty - 3000m - 9:02.60
Cameron Date - 3000m - 9:26.60

Meanwhile, both Shelley Hladin and Tristan Routhier continued to ramp up in preparation for provincials, the former recording a new best distance in the triple jump (11.03m) while also finishing fourth in the long jump (5.35m) while the latter ran two excellent rounds in the 60m dash, crossing the line in 7.06 seconds (4th) in the final.

The Voyageurs are on the road again this weekend, in Montreal for the McGill Team Challenge 2004 (January 26th/27th) with the York Open set for February 3rd and 4th.