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OFSAA Track & Field on Rogers TV

Jun 13, 2014 | Uncategorized

The 2014 OFSAA Track and Field Championships, hosted by ROPSSAA, took place from Thursday, June 5th to Saturday, June 7th at St. Marcellinus Secondary School in Mississauga. Student-athletes from across the province of Ontario came to represent their school and compete to win an OFSAA championship.

Rogers TV was on hand to record the student-athletes in action with commentators Dana McKiel and Milt Ottey providing perspective on high school sports. See 2300 student-athletes participate in high school sports at the highest level starting Saturday, June 14th and continuing in Rogers TV broadcast rotation until the beginning of July.

“We are pleased to partner with Rogers TV to provide coverage of the OFSAA Track and Field Championship,” said Doug Gellatly, OFSAA Executive Director. “School sport provides a very unique experience for student athletes and we are committed to enhancing their education through events such as this.” 

“Rogers TV is dedicated to showcasing the accomplishments of our local athletes and pleased to broadcast the 2014 OFSAA Track and Field Championship,” said Jake Dheer, Station Manager.

SHOW EVENTS BROADCAST TIME
PART 1 Opening ceremonies, 100m heats,
pole vault, girls’ steeplechase

Saturday, June 14 at 7PM
Monday, June 23 at 7PM
Tuesday, June 24 at 2AM
Tuesday, July 1 at 7PM 

PART 2 Boys’ steeplechase, high jump,
sprint hurdles, and 100m finals
Saturday, June 14 at 8PM
Monday, June 23 at 8PM
Tuesday, June 24 at 3AM
Tuesday, July 1 at 8PM 
PART 3 100m finals, 400m finals,
and field event finals
Saturday, June 14 at 9PM
Tuesday, June 24 at 7PM
Wednesday, June 25 at 2AM 
Tuesday, July 1 at 9PM 
PART 4 1,500m finals and field event finals Saturday, June 14 at 10PM
Tuesday, June 24 at 8PM
Wednesday, June 25 at 3AM 
Tuesday, July 1 at 10PM 
PART 5 4x100m finals, 4x400m heats,
and field event finals
Saturday, June 14 at 11PM
Tuesday, June 24 at 9PM
Wednesday, June 25 at 4AM 
Tuesday, July 1 at 11PM 

The overall men’s team OFSAA title was awarded to Fr. Henry Carr CSS in Rexdale and the overall women’s team OFSAA title was awarded to Bill Crothers SS in Unionville. New records were set in the men’s midget 400 metre dash, women’s midget shot put, men’s junior 300 metre hurdles, women’s senior 400 metre hurdles, women’s visually impaired 100 metre dash, men’s visually impaired 100 metre dash, men’s visually impaired 800 metre run and men’s ambulatory 800 metre run. 

Full results from the event are posted at: www.windsortiming.com <http://www.windsortiming.com/> . 

For more information please download the full release by Rogers.

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