After day one of the 2017 Canadian Track and Field Championships, Ryan Thomsen ranks second in the junior men’s decathlon with a score of 3222 points.
Thomsen, who was recently named to Team Canada for the upcoming Pan American Junior Championships, is 145 points behind the day one leader, Kerlon Ashby of Trinidad and Tobago.
Thomsen’s younger brother Jordan is also competing. He currently sits in eighth place with a score of 2814 points.
In the under 18 girls heptathlon, an event part of the Capital Cup, Olivia Crewe finished day one ranked fourth, after failing to clear a height in the high jump.
Day two of the Canadian Track and Field Championships begins Tuesday morning with the the under 18 and junior men’s decathlon 110m hurdles at 9:30 am. Competition in the senior men’s decathlon and women’s heptathlon commence, as well as the para events.