TRACK: Surrey athlete Mike Mason jumps his way into Olympic trials

Universal Athletics Club member takes advantage of the last-chance sanctioned meet in Surrey to jump his way closer to his Olympic dream.

Universal Athletics Club’s Mike Mason is going to Edmonton for Olympic trials after jumping 2.29 metres last weekend at a meet in Surrey’s Bear Creek Park.

SURREY — Universal Athletics Club’s Mike Mason is going to Edmonton for Olympic trials after jumping 2.29 metres last weekend at a meet in Surrey’s Bear Creek Park.

Mason, who had been chasing his Olympic standard all season long, took advantage of the last-chance sanctioned meet in Surrey to jump his way closer to his Olympic dream. The 2016 Canadian Championships and Rio Selection Trials happen July 7 to 10 in Edmonton.

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