Volume 91, Issue 77

Tuesday, February 17, 1998

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Western Round-up

Track and Field
Western hosted the 23rd Annual Western Open on Friday and the Mustangs dominated from the start.
The men won 14 of 15 gold medals and 30 medals in total. Golden contributions were put forward by Chris Robinson, who won both the long-jump and triple-jump for the third time this season and pole vaulter Brad Turner, who took home his sixth medal this season. In the 60-metre final, the Mustangs were a blanket of purple as they took the top six places with Jason Stern winning gold.

The women were led by the efforts of Kristina Farr who finished first in the 600-metres and Maisie Hahn, who placed second in the 60-metres and the 60-metre hurdles.

Mustang swimmers had trouble keeping up with the rest of the competition at the Ontario finals in Toronto on Friday. Both the women's and men's teams placed eighth behind McMaster and Toronto respectively. Crystal Clark was the only medal winner for the women placing third in the 50-metre breaststroke, while Chris Elliott was the lone medalist on the men's side with a bronze medal performance in the 200-metre breaststroke.

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