Caltaf has over 18 coaches. Meet some of them here:
Caltaf has specialty programs for every track and field event.
Join Caltaf’s Combined Events Group if you are an athlete in grade 10 to 12 and interested in training for and competing in combined events competitions. Training is usually three times a week, but additional training sessions are offered for more ambitious athletes. Athletes will be encouraged to begin to focus their training on their preferred events. Learn more.
If there were any hints of snow left at Foothills track, the JD group’s phenomenal performances on the weekend melted any lingering snow from our never-ending winter. Our Bantam athletes posted phenomenal performances for some in their first time competing and our second-year athletes put up incredible personal bests…it’s going to be an exciting 2018 […]
Congratulations to Caltaf athletes who competed at USport Nationals: Angus Rawling (St. F of X) Men’s 3000m 1st Savanna Jordan (Dalhousie Univ.) (Rookie) Women’s 3000 8th Emma Hubbard (Guelph Univ.) (Rookie) Women’s 4 X 800 alternate Gillian Ceyhan (Univ. of Toronto) Women’s 600 10th, 1000m 10th. 4 X 800 (1st) Katie Chehowy (U of C) (Rookie) […]
Update from Coach Christine: On Wednesday, March 21, Coach Christine Laverty, Coach Juerg Meister and 22 athletes, headed to Tobago for their annual spring training camp. Of the 22 athletes only 4 were returnees. The remaining 18 were extremely excited to be getting out of the snow and visiting a Caribbean island to run, race […]
What our members are saying.
To me success is not measured by just who wins the race, it is also measured by who tries the hardest and who performs to the best of their ability. Track and field lends itself to the pursuit of personal goals better than any other sport. That’s why it’s so great; in our club everyone can be a winner!- Ed Moore
An athlete’s only true opposition is themselves; what an athlete puts into sport determines what the athlete will get out of it.- Christine Laverty
“Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. -Aristotle”- Jason