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Jul 3 2018 - 39th final of the Jeux de l'Acadie

The 39th final of the Jeux de l'Acadie took place this weekend in Miramichi. The athletes sure took advantage of the beautiful weather to set six records.

Janelle Allanach of the Southeast captured two gold medals, one in the 200m and the second in the 300m in the 14-15 age group with times of 27.25 seconds and 43.95 seconds. Her time of 43.95 in the 300m allowed her to break her old record which she had established in 2017.

Kirsty Michaud of Madawaska-Victoria has captured two gold medals in the 12-13 age group. She placed first in the 80m with 11.06 seconds and in the 150m with 20.43 seconds.

Madalyn Mackinnon of Kent won the 800m in the 12-13 age group with a time of 2: 33.40. She also finished first in shot put with a throw of 8.02m.

Emily Doucet from Kent won two events in the 14-15 age group, the 800m (2: 28.24) and the 1200m (3: 53.88).

Madeleine McLeod of Southeast won the 2000m (7: 00.28) in the 14-15 age group. McLeod also managed to capture the silver medal in the 1200m (3: 53.98).

Janelle Hébert of the Southeast delegation finished first in the javelin throw with a throw of 34.78m which was enough to break the old record of 34.77 m.

Christelle Doiron of Chaleur broke the record for the para shot put with a throw of 5.30m.

The Southeast won the 4x100m in the girls 12-13 age group (56.06 seconds) and the girls 14-15 age group (53.21 seconds).

Jeremy Michaud of Madawaska-Victoria won gold in the 200m (24.72 seconds) and 300m (39.05 seconds) in the 14-15 age group. His time of 39.05 seconds allowed him to break the record that Michaud established last year.

François Richard from Southeast won two gold medals. The first medal was at the 2000m in the 14-15 age category. His performance of 5: 59.47 also allowed him to beat his own record he set at the 38th final of the Jeux de l'Acadie. His second gold medal was won in the 1200m with a time of 3: 28.82.

Samuel Richard of Sud-Est earned a first place in the high jump with a jump of 1.53 meters among 12-13 year olds. Richard also finished second in the long jump with a jump of 4.48 meters.

Samuel Hachey de Chaleur won the shot put with a throw of 13.43 meters.

Nicholas Legacy of Southeast won the para shot put with a throw of 5.85 meters. His throw was enough to break the record of the Acadian Games in boys.

The Acadian Peninsula won the 4x100 m in 12-13 years old boys with a time of 54.77 seconds. Moreover, with a time of 49.79 seconds in the 14-15 age group, the Madawaska-Victoria boys won the 4x100m.

In total, six records were beaten and several other good performances were established. We certainly have many talented athletes in our Acadie.

All results can be found online at: http://anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=1030.

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