AT UT ARLINGTON
Had a strong fourth-place finish in the heptathlon at the Southland Conference Championships with 4,735 points.
Placed first in the 1000 meters (2:44.83) among the heptathlon competitors and was third in both the 60 meters (7.26) and high jump (1.89m).
Had a season-best shot put throw of 11.73 meters at the Texas 10-Team Invitational.
Named British Columbia Track & Field Athlete of the Year as a senior as well as High School Senior Athlete of the Year.
Competed for Team Canada in 2011.
Set Canadian Youth Octathlon record.
Placed first nationally in amateur national championships in the decathlon in 2010 and 2011.
Personal bests include 6,006 points in the octathlon and 6,915 points in the decathlon.
Competed at Kelowna Secondary School.
Born September 4, 1993 in Burnaby, British Columbia in Canada.
Son of Gordon and Therese Turner.
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