|Level 1 Officials Clinic in Caraquet|
May 4 2016
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that it will be hosting an introductory Officials Clinic at Polyvalente Louis-Mailloux in Caraquet on Saturday, May 7th. Session will take place from 9am-1pm , no registration needed. (please note session will be in French)
The event is a Level 1 Officials Clinic and is open to all interested individuals, free of charge. The event serves as an introductory course to officiating track and field and the many impo... >> more
|ANB Summer Jobs for Students (SEED & Federal programs) |
May 3 2016
This summer Atheltics New Brusnwick is looking for Run Jump Throw Wheel (RJTW) Coordinators to deliver programming, provide help with track meets and coordinate the RJTW Series, etc. Positions will be available in Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John and in Kennebecasis Valley. We are also looking for a U22 Eastern Espoir Championships Coordinator to work with our Technical Director in coordinating all things relating to the championships.
Students interested in applying for summer jobs with... >> more
|Gen Lalonde shines in Palo Alto, California |
May 3 2016
For one of Canada's best ever steeplechase runners the season has just begun, but eyes are already looking towards a new Canadian record and a spot on Team Canada for the Rio Olympics.
Genevieve Lalonde of Moncton competed at the Payton Jordan Invitational in Palo Alto, California placing 2nd in the 3000m steepelchase. Lalonde finished the race in a time of 9:38.88, her third fastest time ever and just 5 seconds off the natio... >> more
|2016 Legion selection criteria released|
Apr 29 2016
The selection criteria and standards for the 2016 Legion Youth Championships are available on the ANB website in the programs section.
The Royal Canadian Legion Track and Field program is a nationally sanctioned program culminating in a national track & field camp and national championship for Canadian youth between the ages of 14 and 17 in the current year. In 2016 this event will be held in Ste Therese/Blainville, Quebe... >> more
|2016 Legion Coaches|
Apr 29 2016
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that the following coaches will lead team New Brunswick at the 2015 Legion Canadian Youth Track & Field Championships:
Sue Ellis-Laparco of Saint John (head coach)
Alex Coffin of Saint John(event coach)
Alex Stuart of Riverview (event coach)
Sarah Myatt of Fredericton (event coach)
The Royal Canadian Legion Track and Field program is a nationally sanctioned program culminating in a national... >> more
|2017 Canada Summer Games Education Summit |
Apr 28 2016
With the opening ceremonies of the 2017 Jeux Canada Games being 455 days away excitement will continue to build for our athletes as they hope to achieve the goal of being named to Team NB in 2017.
The most immediate CSG event will be taking place on May 7th and 8th in Fredericton with education events scheduled for both coaches and athletes. http://anb.ca/Calendar/view-event.php?id=1213
Titled the 2017 Canada Summer Games Education Summit this event promises to b... >> more
|12 Challenges 2016 - Now In Moncton/Dieppe and Shediac|
Apr 21 2016
Athletics New Brunswick is very pleased to announce that it's ever popular 12 Challenges program will be returning for 2016, and will be expanding to include a location in Moncton!
The program will feature locations in Dieppe, Shediac, and Moncton. The program has been ongoing at the École Anna Malenfant track in Dieppe since it's founding and, due to its incredible popularity, expanded to the École Louis-J.-Robichaud track in Shediac last year, and now to... >> more
|Para Coach Call for Applications|
Apr 18 2016
Athletics New Brunswick is looking for a volunteer para-athletics coach for the 2017 Jeux Canada Games (July 28 to August 5th, 2017). The ideal Individual would be certified level 3/performance coach or an alternative event area with a desire to become more involved in para-athletics within New Brunswick. Individuals with less than level 3/performance coach designation but a strong desire to increase their NCCP level within the para domain are encouraged to apply. Interested individuals... >> more
Athlete of the Month (April 2016): Barry Britt. At the world renowned Mt. SAC Relays, Barry Britt placed 14th overall in the 10000m, completing the distance in a time of 29:21.99. This time puts Barry as the 3rd fastest Canadian so far this year, and gives the Hampton native the 'A' standard for Team New Brunswick's appearance at the 2017 Jeux de la Francophonie in Ivory Coast.