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Welcome to the Central Toronto Athletic Club

Welcome to the Central Toronto Athletic Club (CTAC), one of Toronto's  finest middle distance track and
cross country running clubs. We specialize 
in 400, 800, 1500, 3000 and 5000m track events.

CTAC offers age appropriate training programs for athletes aged 11 and up who are passionate 
about running. 
We train at facilities in the central Toronto area, including Sunnybrook Park, Monarch Park Stadium,
Leaside High School, Central Tech School and East York Collegiate. 
What's Happening!
CTAC 2018 
Indoor Season 

Click Here for the


Declare For:

Minor Track Assn.
Indoor Championships,
March 24, 25

York U. Field House

Meet Package
and Schedule

Declare for:

AO Youth/Senior Championships

Sat&Sun, Feb. 17, 18

York University

2018 Indoor
Meet Schedules

High School Group

Development Group


MTA Award of Excellence Winner
Micaiah Ellis

Congratulations to CTAC Development Program athlete Micaiah Ellis on 
receiving the Minor Track Association Award of Excellence for his outstanding
performances during the 2017 Minor Track Association season.

CTAC U18 National Champions
For 2nd Straight Year!
Congratulations Girls!!

See all the action here........


Congratulations Matthew
Athletics Ontario Cross Country
Midget Boys - Provincial Champion

CTAC Captures 2nd Place Overall at
Athletics Ontario Provincial XC Championships

Congratulations to all CTAC athletes that competed in the Athletics Ontario Cross Country Championships in Bracebridge on November 12. We had some outstanding performances on both an individual and team level that aided our club in securing  a 2nd place overall finish at the championship.

Congratulations to individual medal winners Matthew Lampard (gold, MB), Lexy Rivard (silver BG), Lizzie White (bronze, BG), Sophie Coutts (bronze MG) and Remy Cattell (bronze, YG).

Team gold medals went to our bantam girls and midget girls. Silver team medals went to our midget boys, youth girls, junior women and junior men.

Congratulations everyone on all your efforts. 

CTAC Athletes Compete at 2017 OFSAA XC


That was someday yesterday at the OFSAA XC Championships  CTAC athletes contributed significantly to 2 of 3 Girls Team titles.  The Leaside MG won Silver, and Leaside’s SG won Bronze. Well done ladies. Individually, Sophie Coutts (MG) and Matt Lampard (JB) both won silver medals! Awesome job!!  Team depth was also evident in the results with 9 Top 20 finishes, and 6 Top 10’s!! 

Jardine Lam-Colling

Congratulations to CTAC athlete Jardine Lam-Colling winner of the

 2017 Athletics Ontario Outstanding Midget Girl Distance Award

2017 High School XC is off to a
Great Start for CTAC Athletes

2017 Elementary School XC Produces
Great Results for Young CTAC Athletes


Central Toronto Athletic Club
2016 \ 2017

CTAC Development Group Athletes

Shine at School Outdoor Meets


CTAC at 2017 OFSAA Championships

Another Outstanding Year


Congratulations to all CTAC athletes that competed at the 2017 OFSAA Track & Field Championships. Twenty-seven athletes qualified to compete through their local and regional meets in thirty-four individual and relay events.  It was very exciting to say the least.  CTAC athletes won 1 gold1 silver, 4 bronze medals and had 19 Top 10 finishes.  As well, 14 new personal bests were established.


Liam Rivard                 Gold JB 800m & Bronze JB 400m

Remy Cattell                Silver JG 1500m & Bronze JG 800m

Kate Denomme            Bronze JG 400m

Emma Graham             Bronze MG 3000m


New Personal Best Performances:

Kate Denomme 400m

Liam Rivard 400m

Aly White 1500m Steeplechase

Nic Tralli 2000m Steeplechase & 3000m

Connor Pribaz 1500m

Matthew Lampard 1500m & 800m

Jardine Lam-Colling 800m

Harrison Wood 400mH

Miranda Thompson 3000m

Ireland Robertson 3000m

Emma Graham 1500m & 3000m


Congratulations to all for your courage, determination and exemplary representation of CTAC.  


Need some motivation to get out there and run? 

Check out this great video by CTAC athlete Alex Hoerner and his brother Dylan


“It is not the will to win that matters - everyone has that. It is the will to prepare to
win that matters". 

Paul 'the Bear" Bryant


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