CLICK HERE to register.
Important Notes when Registering
1) BC Athletics Fee
It is now time to renew your BC Athletics membership for the 2022/2023 season. Please remember to choose your "training" or "competitive" membership accordingly. Choose competitive the athlete has an interest in competition during the 2022/2023 year.
2) Volunteer Fee
All families JD age and older are required to pay a $250.00
volunteer fee for the 2022/2023 season. Please select "no" when asked if you have already paid this fee. It will be added to your total. Families can request to be reimbursed when they have completed their 20 hours
of volunteering at track meets and other fundraisers that we organize. Please remember to track your volunteer hours. CLICK HERE for instructions
Mark your calendars! The following indoor competitions have been scheduled for 2022/2023:
- Kamloops Christmas Challenge - December 17th
- Gary Reed Indoor Meet - TBD - February 3rd-4th
- Van Ryswyk Indoor Meet/ BC Masters Indoor Championship - February 24th-26th
Note: 60m Track Rascals fun races will be offered at these events as well.
Christmas Break Schedule
All programs will break from December 17th to January 2rd
to allow for the public to utilize the track over the holidays. Practices will resume on January 3rd
Spring Break 2023
Practices WILL continue through the spring break period (March 17th-April 2nd) for JD ages and older.
Indoor Parent Orientation Meetings
The JD parent meeting will occur after JD practice at 6:00pm on Wednesday, November 2nd
at the TCC upstairs across the hall from the viewing stands (likely in meeting room D). Parents are expected to attend for important information about the indoor season.
If you have questions about the program or cannot make it, email Coach Natasha at: KTFCcoachnatasha@gmail.com
The 13+ group parent meeting will be at 6:30pm on Tuesday, November 1st
at the same location.
We have switched providers this year and will be opening on online store within the next few weeks for athletes to be able to order KTFC merchandise. You can have gear shipped to your home for a fee or to the Club for free.
Please remember that racing singlets are mandatory for all competing athletes! We will open the store once for the indoor season and once before the outdoor season begins in April.
Please watch your inboxes for the online store link!
Club Chili Dinner and Awards Night
The Club will be having a chili dinner and awards night at the West Highlands Community Centre at 1885 Links Way on Sunday, November 13th from 6-8pm
. We will be recognizing some of the achievements of our athletes and building community!
Please sent an RSVP to Caitlin Reed at email@example.com by Sunday, November 6th
. Please include the number of people attending in your family.
Cross Country Wrap Up
JD Cross Country
Last practice for the JD cross country season is today, Thursday, October 27th
. Thank you to Coach Miriam, Coach Xavier, and all of the parent volunteer helpers for a fantastic season!
High School (13+) Cross Country
There have been some great results in Coach Sean's group this season! Club members won all 4 divisions at the City Cross Country Championships
. Congratulations to the following athletes:
Junior Girls: Feron Wallace
Junior Boys: Ethan Peregrym
Senior Girls: Danica Renwick
Senior Boys: Bryce Lehmann
High School Provincials
are on November 5th in Victoria, BC
. We have 7 athletes who qualified to race. Good luck to the following athletes:
for more information.
JD Crest Award Winners
The Club would like to recognize the following JD Crest Award Winners
from our Club:
BC Athletics recognizes athletes who have met set crest award provincial standards in at least three JD approved track and field events. All of these athletes should be very proud of their results and their desire to compete in multiple events! We encourage all JD families to read further about the JD crest program award structure and other award opportunities designed by BC Athletics.
CLICK HERE to learn more.
Athletes will receive their crests at the Club Chili Dinner/Awards Night on November 13th, 2022.
Athlete Spotlight: Ethan Peregrym
Why did you become involved in track and field?
I got a pamphlet that told me about the club and asked if I wanted to join. I thought it looked interesting so I joined. Since then I have really enjoyed it.
What events do you enjoy?
I like anything from 1,500m to 10,000m.
What is your greatest accomplishment/s?
My biggest accomplishment is finishing third at high school provincials in the 3,000m and setting a big personal best of 9:55.21 at the same time. Another accomplishment is finishing in the top quarter of the high school cross country provincials last year as a grade 8 competing against grade 9's and 10's.
A few words from Coach Sean Lehmann:
"Ethan is a very hard worker and extremely dedicated to his training. He puts in lots of time on his own, which is necessary to be a strong distance runner. He runs well above his age level and is a great addition to the group."
We are pleased to announce that the following individuals attended the BC Athletics Run, Jump, Throw, Wheel course in October and are now able to assist with our Mini Track Rascal and Track Rascal programs:
Welcome, and thank you for giving back to the little ones! We are happy to have you aboard.