2022 Don Olson Classic

Athletes in the 10th annual Don Olson Classic hit the trails of Albion Hills Conservation Area on October 2nd.
The day featured perfect running weather, a beautiful course, some fast times & a full suite of new champions.
310 Running athletes swept the men’s overall category with Cameron Bennett taking the 5K title in 16:58. Liam Bauman took silver with a time of 17:07 & Thomas Nobrega rounded out the top 3 running 17:59 for the bronze.
In the women’s overall category, Madison McDermott was the gold medallist with a time of 19:19. Sister, Mikayla McDermott won the silver in 19:45 & Maya Markowska took the bronze in 19:55.
In the 50-59 category, we had two new course records with Zoe Webster lowering the women’s best mark to 23:01 & Peter Quevillon taking the men’s record down to 19:31.
William Scharf was the fastest male in the youth 2.5K race running 8:29, while the top female was Alexandra Mills with a time of 9:17.
For 2.5K results CLICK HERE. For 5K results CLICK HERE.
For downloadable pictures CLICK HERE.

Outdoor Track Registration Now Open

With the weather warming and COVID starting to loosen its icy grip, it’s time to get back on track. Literally!
Registration for 310 Running’s outdoor track season is now OPEN.
Our competitive program starts on April 11th, while our spring recreational program is set to begin one week later on April 18th.
Our competitive and recreational programs deliver age and ability appropriate training designed to help our athletes meet their specific goals.
Just looking to get into shape or cross train for another sport? Our programs will provide you with the fitness and form necessary for success without the expectation of competition.
Spaces are limited so register early!
For more information on our track programs or to register, CLICK HERE.

Humber Hawks XC Partners with 310 Running

The Humber Hawks Cross Country program has partnered with 310 Running to help with athlete evaluations & off-season training for prospective Hawks athletes.
The Humber Hawks will leverage 310 Running’s athlete development expertise along with their extensive network to help build the cross country program into a perennial National Championship contender.
In the fall of 2020, 310 Running will identify & train Humber student-athletes for cross country success.
The athletes chosen for this special training group will be expected to commit to an intensive regimen geared towards immediate success in club events through the fall & future success at the OCAA & CCAA Cross Country Championships whenever they resume.
Interested athletes, whether a current or prospective Humber College student, are invited to register HERE for open evaluations being held on/at:

Date Time Location
 Tues. September 8  6:00 – 8:00 pm  Humber Arboretum (Cricket Field)
 205 Humber College Blvd, Etobicoke M9W 5L7
 Thurs. September 10  6:00 – 8:00 pm  Humber Arboretum (Cricket Field)
 205 Humber College Blvd, Etobicoke M9W 5L7
 Sat. September 12  9:30 – 11:30 am  Humberview Secondary School,
 135 Kingsview Dr., Bolton L7E 3V8

Prospective athletes are encouraged to participate in all evaluations as each workout will test a unique element of running.
All registered participants will be emailed an online health questionnaire & will be required to complete it a maximum of 24 hours before each evaluation session.
Athlete evaluations will be overseen by Scott Skimming, Head Coach of 310 Running & Humber Hawks Cross Country and Darren Mancini, Assistant Coach of Humber Hawks Cross Country. Selection to the training group will be at the sole discretion of the coaches.

New National Record at 310 Running Invitational

310 Running Invitational #2, held on August 22nd at the Humberview track in Bolton, promised to build off of the success of the inaugural meet held the week before. It did not disappoint.
The second meet allowed 140+ competition starved athletes the chance to compete in a different suite of events in a safe COVID adapted format over the course of the day.
Highlights included a new National M55 record in the 800 for Jim Dyck. His time of 2:04.20 eclipsed the previous best of 2:07.10 that stood for 21 years.
The meet also featured a new National W65 best time of 56.02 in the 300 hurdles for Karla Del Grande.
Thank you to Bolton Physiotherapy, our outstanding volunteers & officials for their exceptional support.
Results for 310 Running Invitational #2 can be found HERE.
310 Running’s Friday Night Lights is set for September 11th at Humberview. Details & registration for that event can be found HERE.