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Weekend recap: Hadwin moves into Olympic spot, Morales Williams wins again

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A rising Canadian track star won another title, a golfer seized a potential Paris spot and the country's top beach volleyball tandem grabbed a silver. Here's a look at the top performances over the weekend by Canada's Olympic athletes:

Track and field: Christopher Morales Williams won another NCAA championship

In the span of just a few months, the teenage sprinter has risen from a virtual unknown to a possible Olympic medal contender. Morales Williams put himself on the map in February when he clocked the fastest indoor 400m time in history (it didn't count as a world record because the starting blocks were not up to code). The 19-year-old University of Georgia sophomore went on to win the men's 400m at the NCAA indoor championships before capturing the Southeastern Conference outdoor 400m title last month in 44.05 seconds — a Canadian record and still the fastest time by anyone in the world this year. On Friday night, Morales Williams added the NCAA outdoor 400m title with a time of 44.47 at the University of Oregon's historic Hayward Field.

Canada's Savannah Sutherland took silver in the women's 400m hurdles on Saturday at the NCAA championships, lowering her own Canadian record for the second time in three days with a time of 53.26 seconds. Earlier in the week, Canadian Rowan Hamilton won the men's hammer throw title.

At the pro level, shot putter Sarah Mitton continued her strong season with a victory at a World Athletics Continental Tour stop in New York City on Sunday. Mitton, who took silver at last year's world championships, captured the indoor world title in