McGill wins 4 gold, breaks record at UWO track meet

McGill wins 4 gold, breaks record at UWO track meet

Jan 21, 06 

By Earl Zukerman

LONDON, ONT -- Maryse Dubreuil won a pair of gold medals for McGill at the Don Wright Team Challenge track & field meet in London, Ont.

Dubreuil, a science sophomore from Montreal, won the 300 metres in 41.74 seconds and captured the 60m sprint in 7.97.

The Martlets 4x800m relay also finished first in 9:30.44 with Deborah Lightman, Sonia Jean-Philippe, Lauren Walsh and Genevieve Jenkins.

On the men's side, sophomore David Faille of St. Hilaire broke a 20-year-old McGill record in the 60m. His silver-medal winning time of 6.94 surpassed the mark of 6.96 set by Orlando Haughton in 1986.

The Redmen 4x800 relay also won gold in 8:05.29 with Stephen Douglas, Daren Stockard, Patrick McAuliffe and Andrew Roberts.

TEAM STANDINGS:

WOMEN:
Western 134.5 pts.
Windsor 83
McGill 70.5
Waterloo 20

(Martlets won 3 golds, 5 silvers, 4 bronzes)

MEN:
Western 143.5
Windsor 60
Waterloo 52.5
McGill 35
 
(Redmen won 1 gold, 2 silvers, 1 bronze)