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Tigers have a strong presence at the SMU Open

Photo by Trevor MacMillan
Photo by Trevor MacMillan

The Tigers had great presence at the 2020 SMU Open at Canada Games Centre last weekend. Standout performances include Maya Reynolds winning the women's 20-34 60M dash and 300M dash, Lorena Heubach taking the women's 20-34 60M hurdles and long jump, Matthew Coolen with wins in the men's 20-34 60M dash and 60M hurdles, and Tobi Oshikoya who took both the men's 18-19 long and triple jumps.

Maya Reynolds (Women 20-34 60M Dash, 300M Dash)
Eden Bishop (Women 18-19 600M Run)
Lauren Lowther (Women 18-19 1000M Run)
Emily Hamilton (Women 35-39 3000M Run)
Lorena Heubach (Women 20-34 60M Hurdles 33", Long Jump)
Taylor O'Leary (Women 18-19 Long Jump)
Maria Duynisveld (Women 18-19 Triple Jump)
Jaiden Williams (Men 18-19 60M Dash)
Matthew Coolen (Men 20-34 60M Dash, 60M Hurdles 42")
Josh Lunda (Men 20-34 300M Dash)
Dan Lord (Men 18-19 600M Run)
Will Cox (Men 18-19 1500M Run)
Nick Robertson (Men 20-34 1500M Run)
Tobi Oshikoya (Men 18-19 Long Jump, Triple Jump)

In addition to the great performances at the SMU Open, Dalhousie's own Hudson Grimshaw-Surrette participated in the 30th Annual Windsor Team Challenge at the Dennis Fairall Fieldhouse on Sunday and took 14th in the 600M run and 7th in the 1500M run.