Men’s Track & Field News

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Sienna MacDonald, Calgary

  • Events: Sprints and Jumps
  • Hometown: Airdrie, Alta
  • Year of Eligibility: 3rd
  • Academic Program: Arts

Sienna MacDonald has had an impressive season and capped off conference competition in style last weekend at the Canada West Track and Field Championship. She picked up three gold medals, as she topped the podium in the 60m hurdles, the long jump and the pentathlon. In the 60m hurdles, she set a new Canada West record with a time of 8.19 seconds. Later that day, she clinched a win in the pentathlon, scoring 4,069 points - 271 points ahead of the silver medallist, and jumped 6.03 metres to claim long jump gold.

MacDonald, who is currently the top-rated athlete in the country in the 60m hurdles and the pentathlon, and No. 2 on the long jump list, will turn her attention to the U SPORTS Championship, set for March 7-9 at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg.

Max Davies, Guelph

  • Events: Distance
  • Hometown: Toronto, Ont.
  • Year of Eligibility: 3
  • Academic Program: Management 

Max Davies of Guelph had an impressive performance in Windsor at the 2024 OUA Track and Field Championships last weekend. On day one of the meet, the second year Management student crossed the finish line of the 1000m race with a time of 2:20.20, securing his first gold medal of the meet. This time was the fastest time in this conference since 2016, when the previous meet record was set. Davies carried into day two with another top finish in the men’s 1500m, with an incredible time of 3:44.24. Davies set another meet record, beating a 26-year record. Davies didn’t stop there, in the men’s 4x800 he anchored and had the fastest leg of the race, winning their team gold for a great end to their weekend.

Davies and the Gryphons will travel to the 2024 USPORTS Track and Field Championships on March 7-9 hosted by the University of Manitoba.