She first burst on to the national scene in 1995 at the Legion Nationals in Winnipeg with a silver in 200m and bronze in 100m. At the Legions in Sherbrooke in 1996 she became the fastest in Canada in winning the 100m Midget,and bronze in 200m and 4x100m relay.
In 1997 she won the 100m in both the Aileen Meagher Open in Halifax and the Atlantic Track and Field Championship in Saint John. At the Junior Nationals in Abbotsford she had bronze in 4x100m relay and 4th in 100m Midget. At the Canada Games in Brandon, against competition up to seven years her senior, she placed 7th in the 100m “A” final and won the “B” final in 24.54 seconds, the fifth best time overall and her personal best.
In 1998 she again won the Aileen Meagher in 100m. At her third Legion Nationals in Prince George, she won gold in 100m and bronze in both 200m Juvenile and 4x100m relay. At her second Junior Nationals, in Kitchener, she was 6th in 12.04 sec. for 100m. At the Kitchener Record Invitation Meet she won silver with her personal best of 12.02 second only to Olympian finalist Angela Bailey.
Christine took her spikes and headed for the University of Saskatchewan to earn her Pharmacy degree. Unfortunately a succession of running injuries over the next two years curtailed her short but albiet brilliant sprinting career. She was Sport Nova Scotia IKON Amateur Sports Award Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year in Athletics for 1998. The Sport Heritage Wall of Fame is honoured to induct a very quick lady athlete in Christine (Fleury) Morley.