She first came to prominence in track at fourteen years of age in 1962. At the Truro Legion Meet she placed first in the 440 yd. and the javelin. Later that summer Lana won the 220 yd. dash and the running broad jump and placed second in the 100 yd. dash, good for 13 points and first place overall in the female division at a meet in Charlottetown, PEI. She also placed first in 1962 at the Eastern Canadian Track and Field Meet in the midget broad jump. In 1963, at the Acadia Relays, Lana was second in both the long jump and the broad jump. At the Bill Haley Meet in Halifax, she won both the juvenile broad jump and the hop-step-jump. At the Canadian Olympic Track Meet, Lana placed second in the broad jump with a leap of 16 ft. 10.5 inches. In 1964, at the Bridgetown Relays, she set records in the broad jump and the 220 yd. dash. Later that year, she competed in a Nova Scotia vs New Brunswick Track and Field Meet in Halifax and the National AAU of Canada in Ontario.
Through her determination and desire, Lana (Brinton) Isenor exceptionally represented Middleton track athletes in the first half on the 1960s, not just in our Valley but throughout the Province and elsewhere in Canada.