Club History

Invictus Athletics Club was established by Cheryl Buehler, Jonathan Clayton, and Ray Riley in 2016. Born out of a need for track and field training in Cambridge, the club has its roots in Waterloo Region. Closely mirroring the training philosophies of celebrated, long-time KW Track coach Brent McFarlane, the goal of Invictus Athletics is to produce elite athletes in sprints, hurdles, and field events.

Invictus Athletics coaches respect, dedication, and the value of hard work. Our athletes are some of the finest in the province, both on and off the track. We encourage them to excel in all aspects of their life and we support them along the way. We believe that coaching doesn't stop when the athlete steps off the track.

We train our athletes to their highest potential. In our first year as a club, we finished our indoor season ranked 8th in the province amongst ALL track and field clubs. We went on to finish our entire season ranked in the top 25 of all clubs in Ontario.

We are governed by a board of directors made up of parents of current athletes, along with others who share a passion for track and field. We are incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in the Province of Ontario and we adhere to the rules, regulations, and by-laws as set forth by the Province and our own board of directors. All of our coaches are volunteers, and while compensated for their mileage and other travel related expenses, they receive no financial remuneration. All of our coaches abide by our Code of Conduct policies, and each coach provides a full police check on a bi-yearly basis.

For more information about our club, our policies and our code of conduct, or to provide feedback, please contact our president at

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