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JULIA HOWARD TO HALL OF FAME

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Julia Howard of St. John’s has been honoured by Simon Fraser University. She will be inducted into the SFU Hall of Fame achieving multiple NAIA Championship titles in Cross Country running , Indoor and Outdoor Track, SFU Athlete of the Year and representing Canada internationally!

Howard won 10 individual NAIA championships, seven relay championships and was an integral part of four championship teams during her time on Burnaby Mountain.

Howard had a remarkable junior season in which she won six national titles. Howard began the year winning the NAIA cross country championship, was named Outstanding Performer at the NAIA Indoor track and field championships after winning three races, and then she concluded the season winning two national titles at the NAIA outdoor championships. She was named Lorne Davies SFU Female Athlete of the Year.

At the Indoor Championships, Howard won national titles in the 800 metres (2003), 1,000 metres (2004, 2005, 2006), mile (2005), 3200 metre relay and distance medley relay (2004, 2005, 2006).

At the NAIA outdoor championships, Howard was a two-time champion in both the 800 metres (2003, 2004) and 1,500 metres (2005, 2006) and won three 4×800 metre relays (2004, 2005, 2006).

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