Our 15th Annual Summer Camp has come to a close (we will not be including an additional week next week- Sept 7-11.

 A great many thanks to all who supported our commitment to hold the camp in this most unusual year.

 We are most definitely planning on returning to our full program of track and field training, and another summer of fun, next year.

 For now, we wish all campers, and those who may have been disappointed in not being able to attend, the very best of health in in coming weeks and months. We hope to see you next year!


 CLUB PRACTICES COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to the improving nature of COVID-19 concerns, we are resuming workouts according to accredited health and athletic association guidelines.

We will continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our close family of athletes, coaches, officers, and associates, on the side of public health and safety.

 We are aware of the important role that athletics plays in our everyday lives and will provide club members with appropriate suggestions.

 A necessary condition of returning to training is to have all athletes, and club associates, fully registered with their information up-to-date.  All registered athletes will receive instructions for returning to more “normal” work-outs.

 Please consult with your coach to confirm, when and where, practices are being held. If you are  newcomer, or are interested in our club membership, please do not hesitate to call 416 258 2888


STATEMENT FROM ETOBICOKE TRACK: In light of the events surrounding the death of George Floyd and the Anti-Racism protests throughout the world, Etobicoke Track wants to acknowledge that we stand with Black Lives Matter, on the side of inclusiveness, and the recognition of the differences in our community. Etobicoke Track will continue to cultivate an environment filled with diversity, equality, and support.

Throughout our 50+ years of operation, we have seen the burgeoning diversity of Toronto. Etobicoke Track acknowledges, and is proud of, the diverse spectrum of athletes that make up our club, and is extremely sensitive to this fact.  

We will continue to provide top-quality coaching and an environment that inspires all athletes, regardless of age, ability, gender, skin color, nationality, or sexual orientation, to pursue and achieve their individual goals, and be better citizens. Etobicoke Track will continue to foster a community, both inside and outside of Track and Field, in which all individuals are seen as equals, and feel safe, welcomed, and heard.



Since 1963, countless athletes have achieved impressive results with Etobicoke Track-affiliated clubs in the west end of Toronto. Our athletes have a long history of participation in Olympic games, national and provincial championships, high school and public school finals, road racing, GTA-area athletic events, and numerous international competitions. Several of our athletes hold records and top-10 results at the provincial and national level. Our exceptional coaching staff focuses on providing each athlete with the direction, environment, and developmental support to attain their personal best.  Training programs are offered for sprinting, distance, throws, and jumps for athletes of all ages and abilities, with a flexible, year-round training schedule offering practices up to five days per week. Whether you are just starting out or looking to sharpen your competitive edge, here are some of the benefits you can expect when you train with us:

  • High-calibre coaching for athletes of all ages and abilities
  • Many training groups to choose from, depending on area of focus, schedule and training location
  • Year-round training and competition for all competitive seasons (indoor track, outdoor track, and cross country)
  • Membership with Minor Track Association (MTA), Athletics Ontario (AO), Masters and other recognized associations is included
  • Build confidence and develop skills that can be used on the track, in the classroom, and beyond
  • Build lifelong friendships   

 We train primarily at Centennial Park in Etobicoke, with some groups practicing at the Toronto Track and Field Center at York University.  In winter several other training locations in the west end of Toronto are used.  


Summer Camp 2020 

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2020 Summer Sports Camp

Looking for an active way for your children to spend the summer? Etobicoke Track has a great summer sports camp, for children, ages 6 – 14 years old. This sports camp is in its 15th year, at Etobicoke Centennial Park. This fun camp includes track events, games, swimming, and weekly excursions. For information, please see our 2020 Summer Sports Camp Brochure.

ETRACK COVID-19 Social Distancing Workouts

For recorded, family-friendly, virtual, cross-training workouts and short videos demonstrating throws, sprints, and jumps drills, visit our media outlets: Facebook – ETrack, Instagram – @etobicoketrack, and YouTube – Etobicoke Track Club. 

Etrack Virtual Town Hall 

Etobicoke Track’s Virtual Town Hall took place on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. We heard updates from the coaches, and helpful and valuable advice from Dr. Myrie-Nurse, psychologist. To view the Town Hall, please visit the Etobicoke Track Club YouTube Channel, here.

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