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Athlete of the Month
Athlete of the Month (October 2018): Lee Wesselius. In just his second half-marathon, River Glade native Lee Wesselius made history. Finishing third overall, Wesselius completed the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Half Marathon with a personal best performance of 1:07:21. This time makes Lee the 3rd fastest man in New Brunswick history, behind only distance greats Réjean Chiasson and Joel Bourgeois.

Athlete of the Month (September 2018): Patty Blanchard, Patty is well renowned in the NB running community and in her hometown of Dieppe. This month Patty competed in the World Master's Track and Field Championships in Magala, Spain. Patty is your current World Champion in the W60-64 800m with a time of 2:38.22, as well as in the 5000m where she ran a time of 20:29.07, she was also 2nd in the 1500m with a time of 5:36.14.

Athlete(s!) of the month (August 2018) This month two athletes have shown exceptional abilities on the national stage. Erin Vringer of Saint John, and Craig Thorne of Quispamsis both competed at the Legion Youth Nationals and showed everyone that they have what it takes. Erin, who competed in the 1200m, 2000m and 1500m steeplechase medaled in all three events and broke the 1200m and 1500m SC provincial records. Craig Thorne who competed in the 110m hurdles and 400m hurdles broke both of his own previous provincial records, these performances earned Craig medals for both of his events.

Athlete of the Month (July 2018): Chris Robertson Veteran Decathlete, Chris Robertson of Moncton, had a breakthrough at the Canadian Senior National Championships earlier in July. In addition to registering 5 personal best individual events, setting the ANB Senior Men’s Pole Vault record (4.25m), and eclipsing his previous ANB Decathlon record of 6828 from 2016, Chris finished in 1st place with a score of 7040 points to take the national title in the Men’s Decathlon, a feat no other Decathlete from New Brunswick has ever accomplished! Congratulations Chris!

Athlete of the month (June 2018): Erin Vringer.This past month, Erin Vinger of Saint John Track Club broke three provincial U16 records. Her records include the 1200m, 2000m and the 1500m Steeplechase 5:01.82. She Also set a new Middle School Championships record in the 800m.

Athlete of the Month (May 2018): Jordan Henri. At the NBIAA North-East Regional Qualifier, Jordan Henri of Moncton broke the youth and junior provincial records in the 200m with a time of 21.91. The time ranks Jordan first in Canada among youths and betters the standard to be selected to represent Canada at the Jamaican U18 Invitational, taking place in Kingston, Jamaica at the end of June.

Athlete of the Month (April 2018): Matt McNeil. Saint John native Matt McNeil made an incredible Boston Marathon debut, placing 51st overall in a time of 2:35:12, despite hurricane-like conditions. In just his second ever marathon, McNeil blew away the expectations and finished 3rd among Canadians.

Athlete of the Month of March : Andrew LeBlanc. Andrew LeBlanc of Fredericton, competing for University of Guelph, won bronze in the men's 1000m with a time of 2:28.66, and placed 5th in the 600m with a time of 1:20.06. As a member of his school's relay team, LeBlanc also won gold in the 4x800m and placed 7th in the 4x400m. LeBlanc's bronze is the first medal for a New Brunswick male in an individual event since Adam Gaudes' silver in 2012.

Athlete of the Month (February 2018): Laura Dickinson. Laura was a member of the Canadian Junior national team who competed at the Pan American Junior Cross Country Championships in El Salvador. Laura was not just a member of the team, she actually finished 2nd overall in the 6km race with a time of 20:54. Silver medallist Laura Dickinson was also a major contributing force behind the Canadian Junior women's Gold medal winning team.

Athlete of the Month (January 2018): Jordan Henri. In only his second time racing 300m, the Moncton native shattered the provincial youth and junior records with a time of 34.90, becoming just one of three Atlantic athletes to ever break the 35 second barrier. Henri's performance also ranks him third all-time among youth athletes in Canada. In the 60m, no other Atlantic youth has ever dipped under 7 seconds; Jordan has now done it five times this season.

Athlete of the Month (December 2017): Shelby MacIsaac. Not only did Shelby run the fastest Atlantic midget 60m time in over a decade (7.99), but the Riverview native also broke the 300m midget and youth provincial records with a time of 41.27. What makes this time even more impressive is at it was done in lane 3 at the CEPS, an undersize track. This time is also the fastest time run by a U16 athlete in all of Canada for the past 2 years.

Athletes of the Month (November 2017): Laura Dickinson and Jordan Henri. At the Canadian Cross Country Championships, Miramichi native Laura Dickinson finished 7th in the junior women's race and is expected to be named to Team Canada for the Pan American Cross Country Championships. At the Gagetown Invitational, Jordan Henri of Moncton become the first Atlantic youth athlete to break 7 seconds in the 60m, running 6.96 in the prelims and 6.98 in the finals. Jordan followed this up with a historic performance in the 200m, running a time of 22.62 to smash the youth, junior, and U23 provincial records.

Athlete of the Month (October 2017): Laura Dickinson. Miramichi native Laura Dickinson took on her first road race of the fall season, winning bronze in the New Brunswick Half Marathon Championships at Legs For Literacy. Laura's time of 1:22:35 broke the 15 year old provincial record in the under-20 category! Laura also won the Miramichi Cross Country Race #2 overall with a time of 19:02.

Athlete of the Month (September 2017): Matt McNeil. Saint John native Matt McNeil kicked off the cross country season in spectacular fashion, winning the STU/UNB Invitational in a time of 26:38. He then placed second at the SMU-DAL Invitational, completing the 8km course in a time of 25:41.

Athlete of the Month (August 2017): Veronica Coombes. At the Canada Summer Games Veronica amassed an amazing all 3 of the teams gold medals. Winning the 400m and 1500m on the same day with time of 1:16.73 and 5:39.35 respectively then came back on the next day to win the 200m in a time of 38.49s.

Athlete of the Month (July 2017): Laura Dickinson. At the Canadian Track & Field Championships, Laura Dickinson pulled off an impressive double, winning both the U20 3000m steeplechase and the U20 5000m in times of 10:16.25 and 16:44.61, respectively. Both performances set new championship records. While representing Team Canada at the Pan American U20 Championships, Laura won gold in the 5000m with a time of 16:39.50, a new provincial record in the Junior, U23, and Senior categories.

Athletes of the Month (June 2017): Laura Dickinson and Tyrell Marin. This past month Laura Dickinson has been named to her first national team. She also set a new provincial record in the 5000m (16:52.54) for both junior and senior age class'. She will be representing Canada at the Pan American Under 20 Championships in Peru later in July. Tyrell Marin had great performance at the East Coast Games winning the 100m (10.70) and the 200m (22.01) with personal bests in both. Both Laura and Tyrell will be representing Team New Brunswick at the Canada Games in Winnipeg later this summer

Athlete of the Month (May 2017): Laura Dickinson who is graduating this spring and will be heading off to the University of Guelph in the fall, opened her season on the 6th at the Occidental Invitational in Eagle Rock California in the 3000m sc with a time of 10:30.91 which landed her both the A+ standard for Canada Games and surpassed the Pan-Am Junior standard of 10:40.00 and is currently ranked 2nd nationally in the event. She also ran her first ever 5000m on the track at the Saint John Spring Meet on the 20th finishing with a time of 17:00.73 which also got her the Canada Games A+ standard and 1st in Canada.

Athlete of the Month (April 2017): Shelley Doucet Shelley, a mother of two and Professor in Nursing, finished as the 29th women in the Boston Marathon and as the 2nd Canadian woman with a gun time of 2:46.29 (chip time 2:45.46). In doing so, Shelley ran the fastest marathon time for women in New Brunswick history! This time also meets the standard for the International Jeux de la Francophonie in Ivory Coast. July 15th-31st Shelley has improved in successive marathons, starting with a 3:24 in her debut in 2013, cracking the 2:50 barrier last fall in Toronto, and finally the NB record in Boston this month.

Athlete of the Month (March 2017): Nick MacMackin. Quispamsis native Nick MacMackin was New Brunswick’s top athlete at the USports Track & Field Championships in Edmonton, finishing 4th in the 1000m, 5th in the 600m, and 11th in the 1500m. MacMackin also won silver as a member of the Windsor 4x800m relay team. Most impressive was Nick's 600m time of 1:18.82, which smashed the provincial U23 and senior records.

Athlete of the Month (February 2017): Alain Doucet and Sydney MacDonald. Both Alain and Sydney had an incredible weekend during the AUS Championships. Alain won the men’s heptathlon with a score 4370 and a clearance in the pole vault of 4.11m. Both these performances are new New Brunswick U23 and Senior records, and also AUS meet records. Sydney won the women’s pentathlon in a new New Brunswick U23 record with a score 3122. She also broke the New Brunswick U23 and Senior records in the 60m hurdles with a time of 9.01 during the pentathlon. She also won bronze in the individual 60m hurdles with a time of 9.15.

Athlete of the Month (January 2017): Nick MacMackin. Competing for the Windsor Lancers Nick MacMackin had a stunning start to 2017 with a provincial U23 record of 2:23.24 in the 1000m, a 1:20.12 in the 600m, and a USPORT standard performance in the 4x800m with a time of 7:38.45. Both his 1000m and 4x800m times lead the Athletics Canada and USPORT rankings, while his 600m time ranks him 10th in the USPORT rankings. With these performances, MacMackin has solidified himself as one of New Brunswick's fastest ever mid-distance runners.

Athlete of the Month (December 2016): Alex Whitmer. At the last chance meet Alex jumped 2.10m, although it isn’t quite the provincial record (which is 2.13m) it is by far the highest jump an ANB member in the better part of 15 years. It is also the standard for team New Brunswick for the 2017 Francophone Games which will be held in Ivory Coast in July.

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 off of a very successful first outdoor season and will certainly be exciting to watch all through the indoor season!

Athlete of the Month (October 2015 ): Sarah Myatt. After having a great cross country season, Sarah was able to capture the silver medal at the AUS Cross Country Championships in a time of 22:37 (6km). Myatt, from Fredericton who competes for Dalhousie University was the first New Brunswicker to cross the finish line and was successful in qualifying for the USports Cross Country Championships set for Quebec City in November.

Athlete of the Month (September 2016): Shayne Dobson. This Campbellton native further defined himself as one of the province's best ever para athletes by competing in the Paralympic Games in Rio. In an action packed race, Dobson finished 5th in a new personal best time of 4:21.06, which is also a new provincial record. Not only has Shayne elevated himself as one of the best ever in New Brunswick, but also one of the best ever in Canada, with his time making him the second fastest in the T37 category for the 1500m event.

Athlete of the Month (August 2016): Geneviève Lalonde. For the third time in 2016, Geneviève Lalonde takes home the honour of Athlete of the Month. This is a testament to the breakout year she has had on the track. It was impossible to pass over the Moncton, NB native, who is coming off a 16th place finish at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic games 3000m steeplechase in a time of 9:41.88. Her preliminary round performance, however, may have been even more impressive, in which she broke her own Canadian national record by completing the race in 9:30.24. At only 24 years old, the future looks bright for one of our province’s top athletes. Congratulations, Geneviève!

Athlete of the Month (July 2016): Bridget Brennan. Our athlete of the month award goes to an individual who broke two provincial records, one in an event she had never done before! The Beechwood native broke the senior women's heptathlon record at the Atlantic Track & Field Championships in Saint John with a score of 4416. Despite being in the midst of her heptathlon, Bridget also ran the 400mh for the first time ever, winning the event in a time of 62.92, also a new provincial record!

Athlete of the Month (June 2016) Shleby MacIsaac. Our youngest ever Athlete of the Month is Riverview native and sprinter, Shelby MacIsaac. Throughout the month of June, the 13 years old broke the provincial bantam records in the 100m (13.06), 150m (19.88)), 200m (26.81), and high jump (1.51m). Impressively, both the 100m and 200m records were formerly held by one of the province's greatest ever athletes, Stephanie Reid, also a Riverview native, who went on to compete at the World Junior Championships, set national records, and medal at two different editions of the Canada Games! With it still being early in the season, the province could certainly see Shelby break even more records!

Athlete of the Month (May 2016) Geneviève Lalonde. Perhaps one of the greatest performances in New Brunswick's history occurred this past weekend in Eugene, Oregon. At the Prefontaine Classic, an IAAF Diamond League Meeting, Genevieve Lalonde of Moncton finished 10th overall in the 3000m steeplechase with a time of 9:32.17 to break the Canadian record by over a second! This performance puts Gen in an excellent position to qualify for the Rio Olympics this summer and become the first Canadian woman to ever compete in the event at the Olympics!

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.

Athlete of the Month (March 2016): Grace Annear. After winning multiple medals and setting a new 600m AUS record at the AUS Championships in February, the Hampton native moved onto the CIS Championships in Toronto. Annear, who competes for UNB, finished 2nd in the 600m to take the silver medal, and followed this performance up with a 9th place finish in the 1000m.

Athlete of the Month (February 2016): Grace Annear. After racing with the University of Victoria for several years, Hampton native Grace Annear is back racing in New Brunswick with UNB. Not only did Annear set a new provincial record in the 800m with a 2:07.66 clocking in Boston, but she also dominated the university conference championship. At the AUS Championships Grace ran a new AUS record in the 600m with a time of 1:31.20, followed by a 2:55.68 clocking in the 1000m to win the gold, and anchored the UNB 4x400m team to win silver. Grace will compete at the the CIS Championships in two weeks and is ranked first in the 600m!

Athlete of the Month (January 2016) Geneviève Lalonde. One of Canada's greatest distance athletes made her season debut at the New Balance Games running the mile in a time of 4:39.30. Not only does this time rank the Moncton native as the 17th fastest in Canadian history, but her official 1500m split of 4:20.10 also broke the long standing provincial record set in 1990!

Athlete of the Month (December 2015) Liam Turgeon. At the Last Chance Meet, Liam Turgeon broke both the junior shot put and weight throw provincial records! His last competition as a junior, Liam threw 17.52m in the weight throw to take the provincial record, and, on his very last attempt, threw the shot put 14.44m to break the New Brunswick record!

Athlete of the Month (November 2015) Jonathan Gionet Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to name shot putter Jonathan Gionet as the ANB Athlete of the Month for November. At the Gagetown Indoor on November 28, Jon had an impressive series of throws all over 14m, with his second round attempt landing at 14.86m to break the 21 year old record of 14m85 set by Travis Washburn back in 1994. This was his season opener so it should be quite an indoor campaign for the native of Bathurst. Last year, Jonathan represented St Thomas University at the CIS Track & Field Championships in Windsor ON. He will be looking to do so again this year at the CIS Championships at York University in Toronto ON in March. “This was a very good record that has stood the test of time,” noted Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of ANB, “so it is quite an accomplishment to knock it off the books as the best ever indoor throw by a New Brunswicker.” ANB Director of High Performance Steve LeBlanc added, “I believe Jon is well on his way to going after the outdoor record as well. His progression over the past three years of throwing the big shot has been excellent, from under 13m back in 2012 to closing in on 15m. I expect to see big things from this young man over the next few years.”

Athlete of the Month (October 2015) Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to name Shayne Dobson as the ANB Athlete of the Month for October. Shayne closed out a brilliant outdoor season by competing at the IPC Athletics World Championships in Doha QAT. Competing in the T37 class 1500m, he finished 4th (4:32.56), as well as bringing home an 11th place finish in the T38 class 800m with a personal best run of 2:12.37. Shayne closes out the 2015 campaign ranked 4th in the world by the International Paralympic Committee in the T37 1500m with his Canadian record run of 4:21.10, set back in August while competing in a meet at the Stade Moncton 2010 Stadium, as well as being ranked 1st in the world at 5000m and 19th for 400m – impressive range! Shayne now holds the Canadian records for the T37 400m, 1500m and 5000m. A native of Campbellton, he now lives and trains in Moncton NB, where he is a member of the ASEA club. He is also an assistant coach for cross country at the Université de Moncton, where he was formerly the team captain before graduating in 2013 with a degree in kinesiology. “What an outstanding season Shayne has had,” effused ANB Director of High Performance, Steve LeBlanc. “He has posted solid times on the track, on the roads and on the trails all year long. And then to go to the World Championships and perform like he did – it was outstanding!” added LeBlanc. “Shayne is one of our top athletes, and has a real chance to represent Canada in Rio next year, and that is very exciting for a NB athlete developed right here at home,” stated Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of ANB.

Athlete of the Month (September 2015):Matt Mcneil As the outdoor track season came to a halt the cross country season began and for Saint John runner Matt McNeil there was no challenge. The Dalhousie student won the New Balance Vic Matthews Invitational in Guelph, Ontario in a time of 31:52.7, almost 20 seconds ahead of second place. This race featured a deep field of runners including former CIS and Canadian Cross Country Championship medalists. McNeil already looks to be running at his season potential and should be poised for a top finish at the CIS Championships in November.

Athlete of the Month (August 2015): Mickyle Welsh. Welsh of Riverview capped off his outdoor track season with medals and records. At the Legion National Championships in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec he captured a bronze in the midget boy's 100m with a time of 11.28, and finished 7th in the 200m with a time of 23.09, both times being provincial records. He then ran as a member of Team New Brunswick's 4x100m team that won silver in a time of 46.19, and on the medley relay team that won bronze in a time of 3:49.85.

Athlete of the Month (July 2015): Genevieve Lalonde. Lalonde, one of the nation's fastest ever steeplechasers, had another fantastic month with a bronze medal finish at the Pan American Games in Toronto, and another announcement to compete for Team Canada. The Moncton native finished the 3000m steeplechase at the Pan Am Games with a time of 9:53.03 to win the bronze medal, and was named to Team Canada for the World Championships just a few days prior. Lalonde will compete at the World Championships at the Beijing National Stadium, site of the 2008 Summer Olympics, later this month.

Athlete of the Month (June 2015): Shayne Dobson. One of New Brunswick's greatest ever para-athletes took the track by storm in June to smash two Canadian records, and put himself in a position to be named to represent Canada at the Para-Pan American Games in Toronto later this Summer! Shanye first broke the 1500m national record with a time of 4:26.76 at the Ian Hume Invitational in Sherbrooke, Quebec, and a week later broke the 5000m national record in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with a time of 16:53.62! Shayne's 1500m time ranks him 5th in the world and 1st among Pan-American countries, while his 5000m time ranks him 1st in the world!

Athlete of the Month (May 2015): Genevieve Lalonde. For the first time since Joel Bourgeois, a New Brunswick track athlete has achieved an Olympic and World Championship standard. Genvieve Lalonde's time of 9:42.40 in the 3000m steeplechase at the Hoka One One Middle Distance Classic was not only a provincial record, but was also below the 9:44 standard for the World Championships later this year in Beijing, China, and below the 9:45 standard for next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro! In order to secure her spot, Lalonde will now only need to remain in the top 3 based on time, and medal at the national championships.

Athlete of the Month (April 2015): Matt McNeil. After coming off breathtaking cross country and indoor track seasons, Matt McNeil began the outdoor season with a stunning performance at the 10th annual Grande-Digue 15km. McNeil won the event with a new course record of 47:07, beating the former record of 48:30, set by national team athlete Ryan Cassidy in 2011. This performance makes Matt the second fastest in New Brunswick history over the distance, just behind a 46:56 performance by Réjean Chiasson in 2012.

Athlete of the Month (March 2015): Chris Robertson. Chris began the 2014-2015 with a strong performance and New Brunswick record in the Men’s Senior Pentathlon earlier in November with a score of 3576. However, after the Ontario University Championships Chris was ranked 13th in a very competitive CIS pentathlon pool with only the top 12 being invited to the CIS Championships. After being bumped in last minute by one athlete dropping out due to injury, Chris ran seasonal bests in hurdles (8.58), shot put (11.73), high jump (1.94), and the 1000m (2:52.65), and had a long jump of 6.56 to score a big personal best of 3629 to break his provincial record and finish 6th in the country.

Athlete of the Month (February 2015): Sarah Myatt. Sarah continued to have an undefeated season in the 600m through the month of February. At the NB Indoor Champs Sarah won the 600m in a new personal best and UNB record of 1:34.67. However, at the AUS Championships is when she really shined. Sarah won the 600m by over 3 seconds, won the 1000m, was second in the 4x800m relay, 3rd in the 4x200m relay, and 3rd in the 4x400m relay. Sarah was then named female track MVP of the AUS conference.

Athlete of the Month (January 2015): Shawna McKay. At the Athletics Nova Scotia Indoor Open, McKay broke the junior women's 300m record with a time of 41.46, beating Stephanie Reid's former record of 41.58 set in 1995. Just one week later, at the McGill Team Challenge, McKay smashed the record again with a time of 40.90! In just her first year at Dalhousie University, Shawna has already proven her speed and is currently ranked 2nd in the 300m, and 3rd in the 60m in the AUS.

Athlete of the Month (December 2014): Braden Harrison (FLTC). At the Last Chance Meet in Moncton, Braden broke the youth boy's 300m record with a time of 36.76. Even more remarkable is that Harrison did this in lane 2 of the notoriously small CEPS track. The 17 year old sprinter also won the youth 60m at this meet in a new personal best time of 7.36.

Athlete of the Month (November 2014): Barry Britt and Ryan Cassidy. For the second year in a row, two of New Brunswick's finest distance runners showed dominance on the cross country scene. After a 4th and 5th place finish at last year's National Cross Country Championships, the duo did it again this year only to change positions, with Britt finishing 4th and Cassidy 5th. As a result of finishing in the top 6, both athletes have been guaranteed a spot on Team Canada for the NACAC Cross Country Championships in Barranquilla, Colombia, and the World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China! Ryan also finished 6th at the CIS Championships just 3 weeks prior and was named to the All-Canadian team andawarded MVP of the Canada West Conference!

Athlete of the Month (October 2014) Paul Gautier Following up on a strong summer season, Paul took advantage of the mild fall weather to extend his season. And good that he did as Paul was able to establish two new Canadian Masters records at the ANB Fall Throws Spectacular in Moncton on October 4. After having just missed out on the national Throws Pentathlon record earlier this year, Paul was able to raise his game for one last go before he moves up an age category. Masters athletes often break records when they enter a new age bracket but Paul actually broke these two records just before leaving the 45-49 group. Both his 35lb weight throw performance (13.48m) and his overall Throws Pent score (3471pts) break the existing Canadian Masters records. Congratulations to Paul! And we expect that the Canadian records for the men's 50-54 group will be in peril by next summer as well.

Athlete of the Month (September 2014): Lee Wesselius. With the university cross country season just starting, Lee Wesselius of Riverglade showed that he will be a force to reckon with. Wesselius, who competes for St. FX, won the Acadia Cross Country Invitational with a time of 25:30, beating out last years AUS champion by almost 30 seconds. He also finished 2nd at the UNB / STU Invitational the following week. He was also named ST-FX athlete of the week (Sept7-14th)

Athlete of the Month (August 2014): Christel Robichaud. After an already incredible season that saw two national records and a pair of medals at the Canadian Track and Field Championships, Christel surprised the nation with a silver medal in the discus throw at the International Wheelchair and Ambulatory Sports (IWAS) Junior Games in Stoke Mandeville, England.

Athlete of the Month (July 2014): Nadia Wysote. Emerging with fast times over the last few months has been Nadia Wysote of Restigouche. After great showings at several meets across the province, Wysote competed at the North American Indigenous Games in Regina, winning gold in all her events the 200m, 400m, and 800m she even help the 4x400m team win the relay race.

Athlete of the Month (June 2014): Christel Robichaud. Christel has had a great season thus far, breaking several provincial records. At The Canadian Track and Field Championships in Moncton, Christel won a silver and a bronze medal in the discus and shot put respectively, on her way to setting two new Canadian Records in the F56 category!

Athlete of the Month (May 2014): Jennifer Bell. Jennifer of Chaplin Island Road had a great start to her season at the Jeux de la Francophonie Canadienne Trials and Open Meet by smashing the provincial junior and senior shot put record with a throw of 13.08m. This amazing throw ranks Jennifer 2nd in Canada this year!

Athlete of the Month (April 2014): Lee Roy. One of ANB's newest members, Lee Roy, was in action this past weekend at the Canadian Half Marathon Championships in Montreal. Roy ran a time of 1:10:28 with a split of 32:34 at the 10km mark to finish 11th. Both his half marathon time and his 10km split were personal bests!

Athlete of the Month (March 2014): Grace Annear and Paul Gautier . For the first time we have 2 athlete of the month! Grace Annear (SJTC) of Hampton had a fantastic CIS championships was able to finish 2nd in the 600m in a New Brunswick record time of 1:29.18, less than a second behind her teammate Rachel Francois who took gold in 1:28.40.Grace’s time was the 6th fastest in CIS championship’s history. She was also on the winning 4x800m team . Finally, she was also took part in the 4x400m, taking silver in a new school record of 3:46.46. Paul Gautier (SJTC) of Rothesay broke not one but two national master record in the M45-49 category with a 12m90 weight throw and a 13m25 shot put! Way to go Paul & Grace!

Athlete of the Month (February 2014): Barry Britt. One of New Brunswick's top cross country runners finished 4th at the NACAC Cross Country Championships in Mount Irvine, Trinidad and Tobago on February 22nd. The Hampton native was the first Canadian to finish the 8km race, coming in just 8 seconds behind third place. Barry's performance, along with those of his teammates, secured the team silver.

Athlete of the Month (January 2014): Grace Annear. One of New Brunswick's fastest ever 800m runners showed her skills across the 600m distance at the McGill Team Challenge. The Hampton native not only broke the provincial record by over a second, but she also beat out all other competitors in an amazing sprint finish to place first in a new meet record, coming in with a time of 1:30.72.

Athlete of the Month (December 2013): Chris Robertson. One of New Brunswick's best ever decathletes is now also the best 60m hurdler. Robertson broke the senior 60m hurdle record during the Moncton Last Chance Meet with a time of 8.60, beating the old record of 8.63 set in 1992 by Colin Ingles!

Athlete of the Month (November 2013): Ryan Cassidy. Having another incredible cross country season, New Brunswick's top runner Ryan Cassidy placed 6th at the CIS Cross Country Championships with a time of 31:25.6 to earn him a spot on Team Canada for the World University Cross Country Championships to take place in Entebbe, Uganda in late March. Just three weeks after, Cassidy competed in the Canadian Cross Country Championships where he placed 4th with a time of 32:03.71, earning him a spot on Team Canada for the NACAC Cross country championships in Trinidad.

Athlete of the Month (October 2013): Matt McNeil. After having a great cross country season, Matt was able to capture the silver medal at the AUS Cross Country Championships in a time of 33:07.67. Matt was the first New Brunswicker to cross the finish line and was successful in qualifying for the CIS Cross Country Championships set for London, Ontario in November.

Athlete of the Month (September 2013): Geneviève Lalonde. After having an outstanding performance last month at the Canada Games, Gen came into September with just as much force. Not only did Lalonde capture the first ever athletics medal for a New Brunswick woman at the Jeux de la Francophonie in Nice France , bronze in the 3000m Steeplechase, but she also did it in a new personal best and provincial record, clocking in at 9:53.35.

Athlete of the Month (August 2013): Geneviève Lalonde she not only took home the GOLD medal at Canada Games in the 2000m Steeplechase she finished 13 seconds ahead of second place in a time of 6:32.45. Not only was it a PB for Genevieve, but she also broke the NB provincial record, the Canadian record and Canada Games record. She was also able to capture a bronze medal in the 1500m.

Athlete of the Month (July 2013): Caleb Jones Caleb broke the New Brunswick Javelin Senior record with a toss of 74m18 at the 2013 Atlantic Championships. He also won the NTL Victoria meet beating many top throwers including 2012 Olympians.

Athlete of the Month (June 2013): Josh Shanks broke the 3000m record twice this month, setting the new record at 8:31.51, a time fast enough to rank Josh first in Canada in the Youth category, and earn him a spot on the Canadian World Youth Track and Field Team competing in Ukraine later in July.

Athlete of the month (May 2013) Elizabeth MacDonald Not only did Elizabeth break the Senior Female Hammer record with a throw of 51.74m she also reached the standard for Jeux de la Francophonie. The 25 year old from Oromocto who will be graduating with her PhD in Chemistry from Dalhousie University in October is currently ranked 13th in Canada. Congratulation Liz!

Athlete of the month (April 2013) Geneviève Lalonde , this month Geneviève not only won the 3000m steeplechase at the 2013 Hillsdale College Gina Relays but also become the first New Brunswicker to achieve the standard for the 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie

ANB Athlete of the month (March 2013): Jason Bouchard (FLTC) Jason not only set a new provincial record in the 400m (49.20) at the Quebec Indoor Championships but also broke his own provincial 200m record with a time of 22.22. The young sprinter also ran a personal best in the 60m of 7.13 at the Atlantic Indoor Championships

ANB Athlete of the month (February 2013): Sarah Myatt . She was named the most valuable athlete of the 2013 Subway AUS track and field championship hosted this past weekend in Moncton. Sarah captured two gold medals in the 600m and 1000m events, and added two bronze medal performances as a member of the 4x400m and 4x800m relay teams.TEST

ANB Athlete of the month (January 2013): Grace Annear

ANB Athlete of the month (December 2012): Nick MacMackin

ANB Athlete of the month (November 2012): Ryan Cassidy