MTA Indoor Championship – Congratulations Athletes

Day 1 of the Minor Track Association Indoor Championship lived up to it’s anticipation highlighted by the performance of the Mississauga Olympians Track and Field Senior Boys 4x200m relay team at the Toronto Track and Field Centre. The 4 speedsters, Diarra-James Powell-Burgess, David Hurst Jr., Jalon Rose and Jadon Rose, powered their way to a 1st place finish while setting a new record. The previous record (1:36.90s) set in 2009 was ousted by the Olympians boys with a blistering time of 1:36.79s. The foursome continued their success throughout the day. Twins Jadon and Jalon Rose finished 1 and 2 in the Senior Boys 60m final with times of 7.36s and 7.37s respectively while David Hurst Jr. and Diarra-James Powell-Burgess finished 1 and 2 in the Senior Boys 400m with times of 56.26s and 56.56s respectively. Day 2 was equally as exciting with more exhilarating performances starting with the Senior Girls 800m where Olympians athlete Nicole McKenzie ran to a 1st place finish and personal best of 2:21.71s.

There were many other outstanding performances by Mississauga Olympians athletes throughout the weekend.

Day 1 Highlights: Atom Girls 400m Nyla Cuffy – 1:06.73s – 3rd place Senior Girls 400m Nicole McKenzie 58.89s – 1st place Jaden Mullings 1:01.54s – 2nd place Senior Girls 60m Shiloh Boswell 8.07s – 3rd place Senior Girls Long Jump Jaden Mullings 5.07m – 1st place Tyke Girls 4×200 Meter Relay Aliyah Whyte, Dorian Powell-Burgess, Meadow Nash & Naomi Shillingford – 2:21.34s – 3rd place Senior Girls 4×200 Meter Relay Naomi Layne, Shai Cuffy, Nicole Mckenzie & Jaden Mullings – 1:47.64s – 1st place Mite Boys Long Jump Cahjay Warwick 3.05m – 1st place Atom Boys 4×200 Meter Relay Kynu Samuels, Darrius Mullings, Connor-Jay Cassells-Watson & Isaiah Luke – 1:55.91s – 1st place Senior Boys Long Jump – 5.33m – 2nd place Diarra-James Powell-Burgess

Day 2 Highlights: Tyke Girls 200m Naomi Shillingford – 30.33s – 2nd place Senior Girls High Jump Jaden Mullings – 1.60m – 1st place Senior Girls 1600M Sprint Medley Relay Shiloh Boswell, Shai Cuffy, Naomi Layne, Nicole McKenzie – 4:27.82s – 1st place Tyke Boys 200m DJ Luke – 31.17s – 3rd place Atom Boys 200m Isaiah Luke – 26.34s – 1st place Atom Boys 1600M Sprint Medley Relay Darrius Mullings, Isaiah Luke, Connor-Jay Cassells-Watson, Kynu Samuels – 4:42.30s – 1st place Senior Boys 200m Jalon Rose – 23.40s – 1st place Jadon Rose – 23.76s – 2nd place David Hurst Jr. – 23.97s – 3rd place

Congratulations to all athletes for their hard work. This wraps up the indoor season for the Mississauga Olympians Track and Field Association. We will continue competition for the outdoor season starting in May with many local meets in the GTA as well as travelling to the US for international meets.

Feb 5th Results posted

It was yet another exciting day at the track with many personal bests and Top 8 finishes. Congratulations to those athletes who placed top 3 and to all who competed. Keep grindin’!

“At the end of pain is success!” ~ Eric Thomas

Full results

Masters Mini Meet #2 Results

Results for the Ontario Masters Mini Meet #2 have been posted here. Congrats to Denise Gordon-Mohamud for consistently training and competing and as she continues to improve on her personal best results.


January 28th – AO Midget Team Ontario Trials/Prep Meet #2 Results

Congrats to our AO athletes who competed January 28th at the AO Midget Team Ontario trials & Prep Meet. Two of our Midget athletes finished 1st in their events which should qualify them for the Midget Team Ontario. Naomi Layne finished 1st in the 150m with a time of 20.19s and Nicole McKenzie 1st in the 800m at 2:24.59s. Other notable results, Nyah Layne finished 2nd in the Youth Girls 60mH with a time of 9.82s and Titi Sijuade finished 9th in the Midget girls 300m at 44.88s. Congrats to all who competed. Full results can be found here.

Summer Recap




The summer season ended with a bang at the recent Outdoor Provincial Championships at York University. It was a season to remember and likely the most successful one in the ten year history of the club.

None of this would have been possible without the hard work from our athletes and the many sacrifices from the parents and coaching staff.

For that, we thank you for making our club, the great family that it is.

There were so many highlights from this past season that it would be an incredible task to include every single accomplishment.

Since the High School Championships, our junior athletes had been busy competing at Elementary School Championships throughout the GTA.

A special shout out went out to our very own; Kynu Samuel. Kynu won the 800 meters at the Toronto District championships and set a City Record for grade four boys.

The club then travelled south of the border to Ohio and Pennsylvania and brought home an impressive collection of medals and trophies. From that point, the club competed well at various local meets in preparation for the Provincial Championships.

This past July 23-24th 2016, our club finished third overall in the team standings at the Provincial Championships with our athletes bringing home 9 gold medals, 6 silver and 5 bronze. In doing so, we had outstanding performances from Cahjay Warwick, Naomi Layne and Jasiah Swaby.

These athletes were double gold medallists in their respective age categories.

Cahjay won the Peewee Boys 100 meters and long jump, Naomi won the Atom Girls 200 and 400 meters and Jasiah swept the Senior Girls 100 and 200 meters.

Nicole McKenzie and David Hurst both captured gold medals in their respective 400 meter events and the Tyke girls sprint medley relay team also brought home the gold.

Some of our athletes went one step further and set provincial records as well:
• “Superman” Cahjay Warwick flew to a provincial record in the Peewee Boys long jump.
• Jadon Rose set a Provincial Record for first year Senior Boys in the 100 meters and
• Our Senior Girls and Boys broke both provincial records in their respective Sprint Medley Relays.

We are proud of all of our athlete’s accomplishments but please remember…

“The important thing in life is not victory but combat; it is not to have been defeated but to have fought well.” – Pierre de Coubertin

Enjoy the rest of your summer holidays and we will see you soon.