Having just moved from the junior level, Antoine looks to gain valuable experience in London 2012 with his ultimate objective being Rio 2016. Antoine’s academic goal is to complete a degree in physical education. In the community, Antoine takes time at the holidays to participate in activities that assist those less fortunate.
Warner came onto the athletics scene in 2010 when he won silver in the decathlon at the 2010 Canadian championships with a final score of 7449. He continued to improve over the next two years, winning the decathlon in the next two national championships. His winning performance of 8107 in the 2012 championships was below the Olympic A qualifying standard of 8200 but in combination with his perceived future potential, he was selected to represent Canada at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Warner placed fifth, at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London with a point total of 8442, a jump of 335 points over his previous best score.
In his first outing of 2013 he won at the high profile Hypo Meeting with a score of 8307 points including bests of 2.09 m in the high jump and 62.84 m in the javelin throw.