About Us

We are a volunteer group that supports track and field (athletics) events and education in Toronto.

We began in 2009 with no branding or official name. The city was in need of trained and organized volunteers to facilitate the Canadian National Outdoor Athletics Championships for both 2009 & 2010.

In 2011 we were asked to reassemble for the Toronto International Track and Field Games . After this event, much to our surprise, we were appreciated with a small financial gift which gave us the funding we needed to create the brand. 

Since then, we have participated in a variety of events such as the Athletics Ontario Indoor Relay  Championship, Canadian Indoor, Asian Community Games and Outdoor Masters Athletics Championships and the Nike High School Grand Prix.  Right now we are preparing for our most anticipated project, The Pan American and Para-Pan American Games 2015. 

Our vision is to be a leader in the track and field experience by providing opportunities to volunteer, personal growth and leadership. 

We are always looking for dedicated and motivated volunteers. 

​Our program is designed to provide meaningful experiences for everyone in our community. We want to educate and mentor people who want to learn and expand their knowledge in track and field, thus creating the next generation of accredited officials. Finally, we create lasting memories for those who work with us. 



Kate Van Buskirk - 2014 Commonwealth Games 1500m  Bronze medalist and Jessica Zelinka - 2014 Commonwealth Games Heptathlon Silver medalist.

Athletics Ontario Volunteer of the Year 2012 Melanie Chiu on behalf of Toronto Track Volunteers and Val Sarjeant  AO Volunteer of the Year 2014.

Welcome!

Thank you for visiting our website!

We are so excited for you to see what we've been doing and what you can be a part of. 


6 time world champion and 6 time Para- Olympian in wheelchair sport Jeff Adams inducted to Athletics Ontario Hall of Fame. 

Dylan Armstrong - 2011 Pan Am Games Shot Put Gold medalist thanks our volunteers!

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Priscilla Lopes-Schliep, wife, mother , 2008 Olympic Bronze Medalist, 2 time World Champion Medalist. Athletics Ontario Hall of Fame inductee.

Meaningful, Educational, Memorable