Oceanside Track and Field Club gives out awards

The Oceanside Running Club Association (ORCA) made a $500 dollar donation to the OTFC, to help the program where necessary

The Oceanside Track and Field Club (OTFC) recently held their 2014 season awards evening, handing out hardware to outstanding club members and were also on the receiving end of a cheque presentation as well.

The Oceanside Running Club Association (ORCA) made a $500 dollar donation to the OTFC, to help the program where necessary.  In total, there were 8 awards handed out over the course of the evening, ranging from outstanding newcomer to male and female athletes of the year.

Outstanding Newcomer: Sam Morrison and Nic Ascui

Outstanding Effort: Peyton Donkersley, Rhiannon Terpstra, Kyra Blyt and Madelene Duncan

Most Improved Athlete: Libby Elliott, Simon Morrison and Yosef Basset

Most Inspirational Athlete: Catalina Magan and Serena Woolnough

Outstanding Sportsmanship: Libby Elliott, Kyra Blyt and Thomas Grabher

Outstanding Performance: Miryam Basset, Noah Elliott, Thomas Oxland, Felix Richter

Outstanding Female Athlete: Miryam Basset

Outstanding Male Athlete: Sam Morrison and Felix Richter

For anyone who might be interested in running, jumping or throwing, you can contact Kim and Randy Longmuir at 250-248-8515 for more information.

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