Supported Athletes

Horizon Track Club supports Canadian athletes in pursuit of a professional running contract. 

 Cameron Proceviat, 29

Hometown: Burnaby, BC

Field: Mid Distance

800m 1:48.83

1500m 3:36.80


Canadas fastest miler! Currently attending med school at UBC while competing at the highest level, Cam gained the nickname "Dr.P". When asked how he manages both running and school, he states "when you do what you enjoy, it becomes less difficult to manage" 


Marc Rouleau, 27

Hometown: L'Île-Perrot, QC

Field: Mid Distance

800m 1:53.29

1500m 3:45.45


The Godfather of Horizon. After retiring from running after his collegiate career, Marc has made the return to unfinished business. Marcumentary coming soon...


 Carlos Vargas, 25

Hometown: Brossard, QC

Field: Mid distance

800m 1:52.55

1500m 3:45.65 


Co-founder of Horizon, Carlos is an entrepreneur who was tired of track being boring and plans to make track and field as exciting as it was when Pre ran #preispressed. The savage recently graduated from SFU and is chasing the sub-4 club...has a thing for clubs. 


Alison Andrews-Paul, 24

Hometown: Ohope Beach,NZ

Field: mid distance

800m 2:01.43 

1500m 4:21.52 


New Zealand native, transferred from Baylor to SFU and since then became the 5th fastest kiwi in HISTORY and became the D2 Record holder in the 800m. Is there more we need to say?



Aaron Ahl, 23

Hometown: Calgary, AB 

800m 1:48.78

1500m 3:38.74


Starting with a humble beginning riding bulls at the Calgary Stampede, Aaron has since grown into one of Canada's strongest middle distance athletes. Using covid lockdowns as an opportunity to better himself, Aaron dropped his 1500 time from 3:51 to 3:38 throughout the pandemic. He's Cracked.

Graduating from university this year, Aaron plans to continue chasing the Horizon!


Charlie Dannatt, 22 

Hometown: Deep Cove, BC

800m 1:50.50

1500m 3:39.76

Story: Humble beginnings as the soccer player-turned runner, Charlantro has been no stranger to success: Holding the high-school BC record in the 3000m, representing Canada at the U-20 IAAF world championships, and being instrumental to SFU's first ever win at the xc GNAC championships. Charlie can do it all. He also loves donuts.