The Canadian Team !

CANADA School Girls’ Team : École secondaire catholique Thériault
CANADA School Boys’ Team : École secondaire catholique Thériault

Located in the northern part of the province of Ontario (48° 28′ 36″ N, 81° 20′ 04″ W), the école secondaire catholique Thériault is a French school for grades 9 to 12. It is located in the City of Timmins, population 42 000.

It is the sixth time the school participates in the ISF World Schools Cross-Country Championship. This year, the canadian delegation trained through a cold winter to prepare for the WSC 2018.

Here are the members of Team CANADA:

Jordyn Bartolomucci (2003)
– 3rd in U15 2000m (6:45) at 2017 Ontario Legion Track and Field Championships
– 1st in Midget Girls at 2017 Pre-OFSAA Cross-Country Meet
– 2016 Ringette U14 Provincial Champions
Meghan Boileau (2001) 
– 2016 OFSAA Cross-Country Midget Girls Silver Medalists
– 56th in ISF WSC Cross-Country 2016 in Budapest.
– 2015 OFSAA Cross-Country Junior Girls Silver Medalists
– dancer (Hip Hop, Tap, Point, Modern)
Alexa Caron (2002) 
– 1500m (5:08)
– ringette, volleyball, soccer
Maxine Dupuis (2001)
– 3rd in U17 3000m (10:42) at 2017 Ontario Legion Championship
– 6th in the U17 1500m (4:58) at 2017 Athletics Ontario Championships
– 2016 OFSAA Cross-Country Midget Girls Silver Medalists (6th individual)
– 30th in ISF WSC Cross-Country XC 2016 in Budapest.
– 2015 OFSAA Cross-Country Junior Girls Silver Medalists (4th individual)
– hockey goalie
Amélia Melançon (2002)
– 2016 OFSAA Cross-Country Junior Girls Silver Medalists
– 3000m (11:39)
– badminton, volleyball
Macy Turcotte (2003)
– 11th in Midget Girls at 2017 OFSAA Cross-Country Championship
– 800m (2:21)
– 3rd in the Ontario MTA Cross-Country championship 2016
– 3rd in the Ontario Cross-Country championships 2016
– U16 Ontario Basketball champions 2016
– basketball, swimming, volleyball

CANADA School Boys’ Team : École secondaire catholique Thériault

Carson Brunet (2002)
– 2016 OFSAA Cross-Country Junior Boys Silver Medalists
– hockey, volleyball
– 800m (2:16)
Maxim Caron (2002)
– 2016 OFSAA Cross-Country Junior Boys Silver Medalists
– hockey, golf
Vincent Chénier (2002)
– 2017 OFSAA Track & Field: 7th in 1500m (4:24); 9th in 3000m (9:35)
– 2016 OFSAA Cross-Country Junior Boys Silver Medalists
– basketball, cross-country skiing
Adam Delage (2000)
– musician, singer
– hockey goalie
– soccer
Mathieu Delli Quadri (2002)
– 2016 OFSAA Cross-Country Junior Boys Silver Medalists
– basketball, mountain biking, downhill ski racing
– 1st in 2017 Timmins Gold Rush Triathlon
Branden Dubosq (2000)
– hockey

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