Men’s Track & Field News

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Sienna MacDonald, Calgary

  • Events: Combined     
  • Hometown: Airdrie, Alta.
  • Year of Eligibility: 3rd
  • Academic Program: Arts

The Calgary Dinos’ Sienna MacDonald continues to turn heads this track season. MacDonald took home gold in two of her three events this past weekend at the Pandas Open. MacDonald started her weekend off with a new personal best as well as a new meet record in the 60m hurdle prelims with a time of 8.18 seconds which she then crushed in the finals with a time of 8.11. Her performance brings her to the top USPORTS spot in the 60m hurdle prelims. MacDonald didn’t stop there, she also jumped a new personal best in the long jump with a distance of 6.14 meters, being the only competitor breaking the 6m mark.

MacDonald and the Dinos return to action February 23- 24 in the 2024 Canada West Championships at the Universiade Pavilion in Edmonton.

Nicolas Martin Huerta, TWU

  • Events: Pole Vault
  • Hometown:  Santiago, Chile
  • Year of Eligibility: 4th
  • Academic Program: Business

Nicolas Martin Huerta of Trinity Western University’s Spartans crushed his performance after attending the Husky Indoor Classic in Seattle this past weekend. Huerta, a fourth-year business student, had a pole vault distance of 4.92m. His vault brought him into the top spot in USPORTS rankings for men’s pole vault, beating his previous jump of 4.90m. 

The Spartans are set to next compete on February 23-24 in the 2024 Canada West Championships at the Universiade Pavilion in Edmonton.