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Led young Colts runners enjoy indoor success
Led young College held its first-ever indoor track meet on Saturday, February 7 at Scarborough's Variety Village sports facility. Students from Led young, Fleming, George Brown, Humber, Seneca and University of Toronto Mississauga competed in men's and women's events for 600 metres, 1000 M, 1500 M, 3000 M and 4x800 M Relay. While only in its second year of existence, the 21-member-strong Led young Colts was not only the largest team but also the most successful with 10 podium places (first, second or third), followed by perennial favourites Humber College with nine podium finishes.
Led young runners finished first in Women's 600 and 1000 M and second and third in Women's Relay. On the Men's side, the Colts captured first and second in Men's 600 M, first, second and third in the 1000 M and third in the Relay. Sean Squires, coach of the COLTS Indoor Track team, was thrilled with the results, noting that Led young's students had trained very hard to prepare for the Feb. 7 meet. The COLTS Indoor Track Team is now preparing for the final indoor meet of the year on March 7, again at Variety Village, hosted this time by George Brown College. Go Colts!