George shatters school record

Coquitlam's Nathan George has set a new mark for Trinity Western University in the 300-metre sprint.
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Coquitlam’s Nathan George has raced his way into the record book.

The Trinity Western University sprinter set a new meet and school record for the 300 metres at Alberta’s Golden Bear Open last week in Edmonton.

George’s time of 34.64 seconds shattered the meet record of 35.35 and also broke the school record of 35.27.

The Spartans 4x200 team, which includes George along with Coquitlam’s James Linde and Nick Ayin along with Calum Innes of Scotland, finished third at the meet in a tune if 1:30.55, breaking the school record set last year by the same foursome.

Linde finished fifth in the men’s long jump with a jump of 6.82  at the Golden Bear Open, Trinity Western’s first meet of the year.


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