London Calling: 18 Canadians at London Diamond League

Thursday, July 25, 2013

The eleventh of fourteen 2013 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League competitions goes Friday July 26 and Saturday July 27 in London, England with 8 Canadians in individual events and two relay teams set to take the international stage.

London will be the final Diamond League stop before the series goes on hiatus for the August 10 to 18 IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Russia.

In total Diamond League London counts 29 Olympic medalists, including 12 Olympic champions and four World Record holders. Headlining this impressive list is none other than Jamaica’s Usain Bolt.

Canadians at London Diamond League

Friday July 26
Name Hometown Event Race time Eastern Time
Sheila Reid Newmarket, ON 3000m 20:15 15 :15
Nicole Sifuentes Winnipeg, MB 1500m 20:36 15 :36
Khamica Bingham Caledon, ON 4x100m 21:08 16 :08
Shai-Anne Davis Richmond, BC 4x100m 21:08 16 :08
Crystal Emmanuel Scarborough, ON 4x100m 21:08 16 :08
Kimberley Hyacinthe Montreal, QC 4x100m 21:08 16 :08
Cheria Morgan Pickering, ON 4x100m 21:08 16 :08
Melissa Bishop Eganville, ON 800m 21:33 16 :33
Diane Cummins Victoria, BC 800m 21:33 16 :33

Saturday July 27
Alex Genest Lac-aux-Sables, QC 3000m SC 15:37 10:37
Matthew Hughes Oshawa, ON 3000m SC 15:37 10:37
Chris Winter Vancouver, BC 3000m SC 15:37 10:37
Cam Levins Black Creek, BC 3000m 16:32 11:32
Tremaine Harris Markham, ON 4x100m 16:50 11:50
Segun Makinde Ottawa, ON 4x100m 16:50 11:50
Dontae Richards-Kwok Mississauga, ON 4x100m 16:50 11:50
Gavin Smellie Etobicoke, ON 4x100m 16:50 11:5
Justyn Warner Markham, ON 4x100m 16:50 11:50

London Diamond League live results
The 2013 Diamond League resumes following the World Championship with stops in Stockholm, Sweden (August 22), Zurich, Switzerland (August 29), and Brussels, Belgium (September 6).

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