Well-known former track coach David Case faces two sentencing dates within the next few months from two different convictions of sexual assault.
Case will be sentenced Dec. 15 after being convicted of one count of sexual assault, one count of assault causing bodily harm and one count of assault concerning a female athlete in the mid-1980s to early 1990s.
Justice Alexander Kurke said Case forcibly had sex with one of his teenage runners at a hotel in the 1980s and physically assaulted her twice after a secret marriage once she turned 18.
He was found not guilty of two other alleged sexual assaults against the same woman.
Case will also be sentenced for another sexual assault on Jan. 13. Also being sentenced on that date will be Celine Loyer.
Case and Loyer were found guilty March 5 of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman at Case's home in 2011.
Justice Patricia Hennessy, who presided over the case, found Loyer guilty of sexual assault in the case and Case guilty of sexual assault by aiding and abetting.