|2015 Ian Hume Invitational|
May 21 2015
The Université de Sherbrooke will be hosting the 2015 Ian Hume Invitational on June 13 and 14. The competition will take place at the 2013 Canada Games location and will host some of Canada’s finest athletes. Athletics New Brunswick will be transporting a team on June 12 by bus to the competition and will return June 15.
ANB has sent a competitive team to this meet for almost adecade and has offered our athletes the opporunity to compete against other high calibre athletes fr... >> more
|2015 Middle School Championships|
May 20 2015
It’s that time of the year again! Athletics New Brunswick is proud to announce that registration for the June 9th New Brunswick Middle School Track and Field Championships are now open!
The Championships will be held at the Canada Games Stadium in Saint John.
There is no qualifying for this meet and it is open to students in grade 6 to 8.
- Each student will be permitted to compete in a maximum of three events ea... >> more
|ANB Canada Games Camp - Save the Date!|
May 19 2015
Save the Date!
On Saturday July 18th (9am to 5pm) the Canada Games Program will be hosting a day camp in Saint John on the UNBSJ Campus and at Canada Games Stadium.
Who: All coaches and athletes (14years of age) and older. There is no age limit. All midget aged and older athletes can attend and benefit from the day.
Check the calendar section of the website for more information http://www.anb.ca/Calendar/view-event.php?id=1095
Specific questions can... >> more
|ASEA Spring Meet Recap |
May 19 2015
This past Saturday, Athlétisme Sud-Est/South-Easts Athletics hosted the first outdoor track and field meet of the season in Dieppe. Over 150 athletes competed on a sunny but very windy day!
Without a doubt the highlight of the meet was Shayne Dobson (ASEA) who surpassed the A qualification standard for the Para Panamerican Games that will take place in Toronto in August by running 4:44.52 in the 1500m. With this time, Dobson also surpassed the A standard time for th... >> more
|New Brunswick Runner Closer to Olympic Dreams|
May 16 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is proud to announce that GenevièveLalonde has done it; she has hit the Canadian standard for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in her event the 3000m steeplechase. Lalonde is from Moncton .
Thursday night at the Hoka One One Middle Distance Classic in Los Angeles, the Moncton athlete ran an incredible 3000m steeplechase in a time of 9m42s which broke the Olympic qualifying time of 9m45s and the qual... >> more
|ANB's 2015 summer employees|
May 14 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is proud to announce its 2015 summer employees!
This year we see four new faces joining the ANB team and one returning student.
Chris Robertson , who worked for us last summer will be working in the Moncton area doing various work in ANB's main office.
Jonathan Gionet will be in charge of the Fredericton area, organizing Run Jump Throw Wheel meets and helping out with multiple clubs and school teams in the area.
Jennifer Bell... >> more
|2 ASEA meets set for this weekend|
May 13 2015
It’s time to spring into another track and field season! École Anna Melanfant will be the track destination this coming Saturday the 16th as it will be host to the ASEA Spring Opener. This meet provides our athletes with an opportunity early in the season to put their training to the test and establish standards to build upon for the remainder of the spring and summer. This meet is also the first meet in the Martitime track League.
Events begin at 9:30am with the sprint... >> more
|Barry Britt wins Silver at Canadian 10000m Championships|
May 10 2015
Two New Brunswickers were in action at the Canadian 10000m Championships in London, Ontario Sunday night, with Barry Britt of Hampton taking silver in a new provincial record! Britt Barry, who won the event at the 2014 championships in Moncton, raced to second place, finishing with a time of 29:31.86. He becomes the first New Brunswicker to run under 30 minutes for 10 000m.
The time also surpassed the former Runners' Choice London Distance Series record. Kelly We... >> more