Mail: PO Box 201,
Hwy, Maple Ridge
Or find us at the track!
Let's hit the trails......
2020 Cross Country Registration is Open
Please click on the link below to register.
This program is open to everyone grade 5 and up. We will be running on our local trail network whilst being careful to ensure that we are adhering to the COVID social distancing guidelines. The program will also have elements of track running and will include some fun activities on the trail. Parents are welcome to come help out as volunteers or just join in the training.
Monday September 14th, 2020 – Early November, 2020 (Final date TBC)
Monday - 5:00pm – 6:30pm (check in @ 4:55pm)
Wednesday - 5:00pm – 6:30pm (check in @ 4:55pm)
Sunday - 10:00am – 11:30am (check in @ 9:55am)
Trail locations will be communicated the week prior to the training
If you have any questions, please email the registrar (Nicola) at: firstname.lastname@example.org
GEA's 2019 Scholarship winners
On behalf of Golden Ears Athletics Board and coaching staff, we are honoured to present our 2019 scholarships to Graeme Roberts and Ilse Rafter. Both of these athletes have represented GEA with passion and a high level of sportsmanship, all while keeping up with their academics. Ilse and Graeme both continue to give back to GEA, by coaching our JD Track Rascal programs and volunteering when needed.
Graeme, or as some of you Track Rascals know him "Coach Graeme,” is in his second year at Simon Fraser University (SFU Clan) and runs both Cross Country and Track & Field. Graeme's infectious personality is always a welcome to our group while he leads and mentors our Rascals and high school athletes.
Ilse will be attending University of Waterloo (Warriors) and will be competing on their Cross-Country team. Ilse has been an instrumental part of our coaching staff for the Junior Development distance program, passing on her experience to our younger athletes. Her leadership of our high school group will be missed, especially how she kept all her "boys" in check!
We wish them both great success in their upcoming season and all their future endeavors.
Final results for the JD Pentathlon Champions.
Congratulations to all the athletes who participated this past weekend,
we wish you continued success in the future.
Golden Ears Athletics hosted the
2019 BC Athletics JD Pentathlon
Golden Ears Athletics hosted the BC Athletics JD Pentathlon Championships.
The final results are now posted
for the 14th Annual Eagle Classic
Track & Field Meet.
This year’s meet was a huge success with a record number of entires and amazing weather.
Congratulations to all who participated and many thanks to everyone who volunteered their
time to help make this meet a huge success.
Final Meet Results
Final Meet Results
Level 1 Officials Training Workshop.
There will be a Level 1 Officials Workshop at the Eagles Classic Track and Field meet on Saturday, May 11th from 8:30-10:00 AM.
Instructors will present organizational information which prepares the novice official for successful participation and future upgrading. Basic rules
and best practices for individual Track & Field events are presented on site. Handouts will be provided, but participants should come prepared to
take notes. Participants are encouraged to volunteer for job shadow assignments on Officials teams at the event which follows.
Meet at the 100 meter start line at the MRSS Track.
Hosted by BC Athletics Officials Committee & Golden Ears Athletics
Instructors: John Cull, Carol Cull, Sue Kydd
Contact: John Cull 604-599-6638 –email@example.com
New Eagles Throw Coach.
We are excited to announce that long time Pitt Meadows resident and competitive athlete
Olivia Moriconi, will be joining the GEA family as our throws coach.
Olivia brings with her a very successful high school and university athletics resume. A recent graduate
from Utah State University where she competed on their Track and Field team in all 4 heavy throws
including: Hammer, Discus, Shot put, and Weight Throw.
She was the 2013 National Champion in Discus, placed within the top 3 at the Mountain West Championships
3 years in a row, and was a NCAA Div. I Regional qualifier. Olivia has a degree in Kinesiology and is looking
forward to passing on her knowledge to any athlete willing to learn.