News Espanola’s Caroline Ehrhardt competing in Toronto SHARE ON: Rosalind Russell, staff Thursday, Aug. 9th, 2018 Caroline Ehrhardt of Espanola is pushing her limits to be the first Canadian woman to represent Canada at the Olympics in women's triple jump. Photo provided Espanola’s Caroline Ehrhardt will cap off another season at a competition as part of Team Canada. Ehrhardt won her seventh national Canadian Triple Jump championship back in July. She will finish off the season at the North American, Central American and Caribbean Championships, the NACAC for short, a premier continental track and field event this weekend at University of Toronto’s Varsity Stadium. She is part of the Canadian team comprised of 29 women and 29 men who will compete in 39 out of 42 events. The three-day event features athletes from 28 countries. Ehrhardt’s event is on Sunday afternoon.