The 2018 Canadian Championships will be held across July 3-8. Since Kerr has a previous best this season over 24-3.5 (7.40m), he earned the right bypass Thursday’s qualifying round and compete in the finals at 6:10 p.m. CT, Friday.
A live webcast of each day of the Canadian Championships will be made available courtesy of Athletics Canada. The webcast, which can be found HERE, will have an emphasis on track events, but will feature field events throughout.
Live results will also be made available courtesy of Athletics Canada and can be found by clicking HERE.
The top-2 Canadian athletes in each event will qualify for the NACAC Senior Championships 2018 in Toronto, provided they reach the qualifying standard. For the long jump, that standard sits at 26-9.0 (8.15m).