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Oct 8 2017 - RSEQ-AUS Interlock Recap

The RSEQ-AUS Interlock Meet took place this past Saturday on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City. Most of the Atlantic universities made the trip to compete against Eastern Canada's best, resulting in great results for New Brunswick athletes. Acadia University, Memorial University, and St. Thomas University were the only Atlantic schools not in attendance.

On the women's side:

The 8k race was won by Anne-Marie Comeau of Laval in a time of 29:00, followed by Meggie Dargis of McGill in a time of 29:11, and Aurelie Dube-Lavoie of Laval in a time of 29:19. Carol-Ann MacDonald of UdeM (14th, 31:51) was the top New Brunswicker, followed by Anouck Pelletier (35th, 32:53), and Kamylle Frenette of UdeM (48th, 33:22).

The team title went to Laval with a score of 28, followed by McGill with a score of 46, and Dalhousie with a score of 91.


On the men's side:

The 10k race was won by Yves Sikubwabo of Laval in a time of 31:43, followed by teammate Dany Racine in 31:56, and Matt McNeil of Halifax Road Hammers in 32:02. McNeil was the top New Bruswicker, followed by Lee Wesselius of UPEI (11th, 32:24), and Michael Colford of UNB (26th, 33:44).

The team title went to Laval with a score of 33, followed by Dalhousie with a score of 98, and McGill with a score of 115.


"New Brunswicker's did fantastic at the Interlock Meet; these results give a good indication of how athletes and teams rank as the AUS Championships get closer," said Gabriel LeBlanc, Executive Director of Athletics New Brunswick. "It was great to see Matt finish in the top three, and Lee finish in the top ten among university athletes."

The next AUS race is the St. FX Cross Country Invitational, taking place on October 14th.

By: Brandon Scott LeBlanc

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