Its been a busy year for Caledon's Andrew Yorke. Twelve months ago the former Humberview High School grad was the top Canadian in 4th place at the Commonwealth Games in Scotland. Yorke came home from those games with two fourth place finishes and a knowledge that he could race with the best in the world. After a very big winter of hard training in Guelph Ontario and in South Carolina, he was 4th once again in a major race in New Zealand in the spring. This past week, Andrew had over 500 Caledon based fans and family down in Toronto for the 2015 Pan Am Triathlon where he was the top Canadian once again in a very close 7th place finish. "Honestly the course was too easy for Andrew's incredible biking strength and he came off the bike with a bigger pack then he would have normally seen had the bike been up on something tough like the Forks of the Credit Road" said his long-time C3 coach Barrie Shepley. Shepley felt the pancake flat Lakeshore at the CNE didn't give Andrew the home-town benefit he would have liked to see. "As much as it was great to have the race in Ontario, I would have selfihsly like to have seen the race up in Caledon on our tough roads, where I honestly believe Andrew would have had a legitimate chance to win the overall race" said Shepley.