|Performance Practice Saturday December 3rd|
Nov 29 2016
The first performance practice of the 2016-2017 indoor season is fast approaching. The day features the same 3 formats as previous events: an open practice from 10:00-11:30am; clinics from 12:00-2:00pm; and a classroom session from 2:15-3:30pm.
Clinic Information (12:00-2:00pm)
1) High Jump with former CIS gold medalist Alex Witmer
2) Speed Session with two time Olympian Adrienn... >> more
|Athletics New Brunswick names its 2016 Award Winners|
Nov 28 2016
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce its 2016 award recipients. The ANB Awards Banquet Is held annually as a way to recognize the tremendous accomplishments and contributions of our athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers in athletics.
Male Bantam Athlete of the Year: Owen Enstrom (ASEA, Moncton)
Female Bantam Athlete of the Year: Shelby MacIsaac (ASEA, Moncton)
Midget Male Athlete of the Year: Craig Thorne (SJTC, Quispamsis)
Midget Female Athlete of the Year: Ha... >> more
|New Brunswickers Compete at Canadian Cross Country Championships|
Nov 27 2016
The Canadian Cross Country Championships took place this past Saturday in Kingston, Ontario under cool and calm conditions. These conditions combined with the fast course, resulted in fantasic finishing times.
Three New Brunswick took palce in the championships:
- Laura Dickinson of Miramichi, competing for ASEA, finished 12th in the junior women's 6km race with a time of 21:37.4. This performance was especially incredible considering Laura... >> more
|Records Fall at 17th annual Gagetown Invitational|
Nov 26 2016
Saturday, November 26th marked the 17th installment of the Gagetown Invitational indoor track and field meet, held at the track on Canadian Forces Base Gagetown. It served as a season opening meet for many athletes, including the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University. There were many strong performances at this meet including several provincial records and many personal bests.
In the Bantam (12-13) age category Shelby MacIsaac had a big day, setting three provi... >> more
|New Brunswick athletes set for National Cross Country Championships |
Nov 24 2016
The 2016 Canadian Cross Country Championships are set for this Saturday, November 26th, in beautiful Kingston, Ontario. New Brunswick will be very well represented at this event by 4 talented athletes.
On the women’s side:
Laura Dickinson, from Miramichi (ASEA), will be competing in the Junior Women’s 6km race. Laura is coming off an incredible performance at Legion Nationals, where she captured gold in both the 3000m and the 2000m steeplechase. She has also set multiple n... >> more
|U Sport Cross Country championships recap|
Nov 16 2016
This year’s U Sport (CIS) cross country championships were held in Québec City this past Saturday. New Brunswick was well represented by 8 athletes on the Plains of Abraham. The women raced a 6km course and the men raced a 10km course.
Sarah Myatt (Fredericton), running for Dalhousie University was the top New Brunswick finisher in the women’s race, placing 45th. She was also the second runner from the AUS conference to cross the finish line.
In the men’... >> more
| USport Cross Country Championships this Saturday|
Nov 10 2016
The USport Cross Country Championships are set to take place this Saturday, November 12th on the Plains of Abraham, Quebec City.
New Brunswick runners set to compete include:
From the Université de Moncton, Jérémie Pellerin (Cocagne ), Bryan Thomas (North Tetagouche,) , Rémi Poitras(St-Basile) , Nassim Bousmaha (Montreal) will run the men's 10km, while Carol-Ann MacDonald (Irishtown) , Kamylle Frenette (Dieppe), and Magalie Babin... >> more
|Annual ANB Awards Nominees Announced|
Nov 7 2016
Athletics New Brunswick is very pleased to announce the finalists for the 2016 ANB Awards. The winners will be presented at the ANB Awards Gala, to be held on November 26 at CFB Gagetown in Oromocto.
In addition to the athlete nominees, ANB will be recognizing the outstanding contributions to the sport of athletics by three individuals in the volunteer, coach and official categories. These well-earned awards will be presented to the following winners:
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Athlete of the Month (November 2016): Jordan Henri.
Jordan set two new provincial records this past weekend at the Annual Gagetown Invitational in the Midget (14-15) category. In the 60m race Jordan ran a time of 7.33, beating the previous record by an hundredth of a second. Following this performance, he ran an incredible time of 23.26 in the 200m besting the previous record by 6 tenths of a second. Jordan is coming a very successful first outdoor season and will certainly be exciting to watch all through the indoor season!