On Thursday, Dinos' fourth year student Rachael McIntosh of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia won her third consecutive gold medal in the women's pentathlon with 4179 points. McIntosh finished in first place in the women's shot put by recording a throw of 12.61 metres, first in the long jump by jumping 5.98 metres and was the fastest in the 800 metres, by running 2:12.69, nearly three seconds faster than her nearest competitor, Rachel Jewett of the University of Toronto.
Then on Friday, Rachel Machin of Calgary, who finished in second place in the women's pentathlon to McIntosh on Thursday, won the women's long jump with a University of Calgary Dinos' record of 6.01 metres. Machin also won a silver medal in the women's hurdles.
The Dinos lead the women's overall point standings with 76 points, eight more points than the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.
The Canadian Interuniversity Sport Track and Field Championships in Edmonton concludes on Saturday.