UAC ATHLETES CAPTURE SEVERAL MEDALS & PERSONAL BESTS AT 2015 BC CHAMPIONSHIP JAMBOREE IN NANAIMO
Universal Athletes captured several medals and personal bests at the BC Championship Jamboree in Nanaimo under tough conditions.
Sabrina Nettey: GOLD-Long Jump (5.89m)
Katarina Vlahovic: GOLD-80m hurdles (11.91 sec)
GOLD-200m hurdles (27.90)
Natasha Friedmann: GOLD-400m (60.31 sec)
BRONZE-200m (26.03 sec)
4th-100m (12.92 sec)
Jasneet Nijjar: GOLD-200m (25.42 sec)
GOLD-300m (40.43 sec)
SILVER-80m hurdles (11.92 sec)
5th-Long Jump (4.79m)
Gulneer Dosanjh: SILVER-Heptathlon
Sean Stampp: BRONZE-100m (11.05 sec)
200m (22.08 sec)
Chitraj Dosanjh: GOLD-discus (39.20 m)
SILVER-Shot Put (14.74m)
Gagan Nijjar: 5th-100m (13.25 sec)
4th-200m (26.95 sec)
Snehpreet Basra: 16th-300m (47.32 sec)
17th-800m (2.40.18 min)
17th-1200m (4.18 min)
Kiran Bangar: 21st-200m (28.26)
Baneet Bains: 11th-800m (2.33.58 min)
10th-1200m (4.00.21 min)
6th-2000m (7.10.54 min)
Lily Mahal: 11th-800m (2.35.93 min)
5th-1500m (5.25.38 min)
Simran Bangar: 5th-Shot Put (10.55 m)
9th-Discus (20.20 m)
Hameet Dhillon: 7th-200m (22.49 sec)
Simran Bal: 11th-800m (2.10.42 min)
7th-1500m (4.33.03 min)
Kelvin Sandhu: 4th-shot put (10.97m)
UAC ATHLETES HAVE GREAT PERFORMANCES AT 2015 BCHS CHAMPIONSHIPS
This year Universal Athletics had the highest number of athletes competing at the 2015 BCHS champs since the club was established. All athletes had stellar performances but Jasneet Nijjar was the star of the meet in just her first year competing at the high school level. The eighth grader contended in four events and received a gold medal along with personal bests in all four of the events. She won gold in the 400m running a time of 57.81 sec, 200m with a time of 25.61 sec, 80m hurdles with a time of 12.05 sec and she also captured Gold in the Pentathlon. Also capturing medals in the competition were Chitraj Dosanjh and Simran Bangar. Senior Chitraj Dosanjh received a silver medal in shot put with a throw of 14.72m. He also places fourth in the discus with a throw of 39.91m. Also making her debut at the BCHS championships was Simran Bangar who received a silver medal in shot put with a throw of 9.95 m. Gulneer Dosanjh just missed the podium in the 300m hurdles coming in fourth with a personal best time of 48.16 sec. She also came 7th in the 80m hurdles running a time of 12.79 sec.
Other Notable Performers:
80m hurdles-17th place
800m 10th place
long jump-9th place
2015 HARRY JEROME MEET
At the 2015 indoor Harry Jerome meet, our athletes performed great!
Katrina Vlahovic won 60m with a time of 7.94 sec and also won 60mH with the time of 9.08 sec. In both events she set meet records.
Katrina has been declared best female athlete in the midget group.
Janet Nijjar won 300m with an outstanding performance.
Dwight Gold ran his personal best in 60m (7.10 sec).
Click to view Vancouver Sun Harry Jerome Indoor Meet Records
UAC ATHLETE SABRINA NETTY FEATURED IN THE SURREY NOW
“Wow Spartans! What an amazing weekend!
I’m not generally one for extended speeches, either in person or on Facebook. So yesterday, when Hazel Alison Ross was insistent that I needed to prepare a speech in case I won an award, I was just as insistent that I was not going to win so that it was not necessary. In the end we were both right since I did win the Outstanding Female Field Athlete Award but was not required to speak. However, she did get in my head so I would like to say this:
I want to thank God for the amazing blessing I’ve been given in being able to attend Trinity Western, and be a part of the Spartan community. I’m truly grateful for the amazing opportunity of not only being able to train with such a great coach as Laurier Prime but for constantly being surrounded by such amazing coaches, teammates, and friends.
Additionally, aside from my incredible family who are my biggest supporters and cheerleaders, I want to say thank you to Byron Jacks, and Cody Low, Jessie Dosanjh and the entire Universal Athletics Track Club who have all played a part in coaching and encouraging me the past few years and without whom I would likely no longer ben involved with track and field.
Thank you everyone and Amen.”
- Sabrina Nettey