About

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Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan, I started running when I was 11 years old. Fast forward over 12 years and I love the sport more than I ever have. It has provided me with incredible opportunities to travel the world and meet some amazing individuals.

There is no better feeling going into a competition than putting on a red and white uniform with CANADA across your chest. But wearing the scarlet and cream of the Nebraska Huskers will forever be a close second. I am proud to have been a part of not only an amazing track and field program, but of the entire Nebraska athletic program and university. I graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2013 with a degree in Environmental Studies. Now a post-collegiate athlete, I have my set my goals on making the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Hometown: Regina, Saskatchewan
Coach: Wynn, Gmitroski
Club: Excel Athletika

Accomplishments:

Canadian Record Holder (2000m SC)
6 time Canadian National Team Member
-2007 World Cross Country Championships (59th)
-2007 World Youth Championships (14th)*
-2008 World Junior Championships (9th)
-2009 Pan American Junior Championships (3rd)*
-2012 U23 NACAC Championships (3rd)
-2013 World University Games (5th)
2 time Canadian National Team Captain*
2012/2013 Nebraska Track and Field Captain
3 time Canadian Junior Champion (steeplechase)
2013 & 2014 Canadian Senior Champion (steeplechase)

Personal Bests:
800-2:07.10 (Big Ten Indoor Championships 2012)
1500-4:15.17 (Drake Relays 2013)
Mile-4:38.63o (Alex Wilson Invitational 2013)
3000-9:14.65 (Lahti Games 2013)
5000-16:19.98o (Big Ten Indoor Championships 2013)
2000SC-6:25.28 (Baldy Castillo Invitational 2015-Canadian Record)
3000SC-9:33.45 (KBC Nacht 2014)

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