|New Brunswick Runners Excel in Guelph|
Jun 26 2016
The results are in from the Speed River Inferno & Canadian 10,000m Championships in Guelph, Ontario from day one of competition on Saturday June 25th. This meet served as the fourth stop on the National Trac League, leaving just Edmonton left on July 15th.
- Hampton native Barry Britt placed fifth in the 10,000m championship race in a time of 30:06.28.
- Grace Annear, also of Hampton, broke her own 800m provincial record set just last weekat the Harry Jerome Track Classic,placing... >> more
|Records Fall at East Coast Games|
Jun 26 2016
The East Coast Games, a multi-sport event held in Saint John, took place from Thursday June 23rd to Sunday June 26th, with all track and field events happening Friday and Saturday. The games bring the Saint John community together in a celebration of sport, with athletes and spectators coming from all over the Maritimes. Provincial records fell across many ages as the weather cooperated both in sun and wind.
- Shelby MacIsaac of ASEA had a great meet, breaking two New Brunswick banta... >> more
|Barry Britt, Genevieve Lalonde, Grace Annear to Compete at Speed River Inferno|
Jun 25 2016
The Speed River Inferno, the fourth stop of the National Track League, will be taking place tonight in Guelph with three of New Brunswick's best ever distance runners set to compete. The event also serves as the Canadian Championships for the 10,000m event.
- Barry Britt of Hampton will run the 10,000m championship race. Barry has so far had the best season of his life, running a personal best and provincial record of 29:21.99 in the event back in April. Barry was the... >> more
|East Coast Games - Two more days to register|
Jun 21 2016
Register now for the East Coast Games Track meet:
Registration closes Thursday at midnight
RUN JUMP THROW Meet: Register at - wwwTrackieReg.com/ECG2016RJTW
Open Meet: Register at - www.TrackieReg.com/ECG2016... >> more
|New Brunswick Championships a Success!|
Jun 20 2016
It was a hot and windy day in Rexton on Sunday as the New Brunswick Track & Field Championships unfolded at the Shawn Graham Track & Field Complex. Despite the wind, many records were broken!
On the Bantam Girls side, Shelby MacIsaac of Athlétisme Sud-Est/South-East Athletics took home two individual titles. She won the 200m with a wind-aided time of 26.26, as well as taking the bantam girl’s high jump title, a New Brunswick record with a leap of 1.51m, just inching p... >> more
|New Brunswick Championship set for Sunday|
Jun 16 2016
The Shawn Graham Track and Field Complex in Rexton will play host to the 2016 New Brunswick Track and Field Championships this Sunday, June 21st. Over 70 athletes from across the province are registered to compete for provincial titles and to help score points for their team.
Aside from individual titles, the 2016 Provincial Club Champions will also be named! Individuals will score points based on their placement in individual events, and banner will be presented to the team that captures... >> more
|Robertson, Brennan, and Macdonald set for Canadian Combined Events Championship|
Jun 15 2016
ANB athletes are competing in Ottawa this weekend in the Capitol Cup Canadian Combined Events Championship. Chris Robertson of ASEA is competing in the senior men’s decathlon. Bridget Brennan and Sydney MacDonald (ASEA) are competing in the senior women’s heptathlon.
The Capital Cup is an IAAF sanctioned multi-event competition featuring some of the finest decathletes within the Pan Am... >> more
|3rd Annual ANB Coach Mentorship/Camp a Success|
Jun 14 2016
Over four days last week (June 7th – 10th) a group of Athletics New Brunswick (ANB) coaches travelled to Halifax, Nova Scotia as part of the ANB Coaching Mentorship program. The program’s continued mission since its inception three years ago is to give coaches the opportunity to see a performance coach in their environment with their athletes.
Coach Rich Lehman acted as the mentor coach for the camp. Rich is an NCCP performance certified endurance coach and is... >> more
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!