|Saint John to Host two Atlantic Championships this Weekend|
Jul 21 2016
This Saturday, July 23rd, Saint John NB will play host to the Run, Jump, Throw, Wheel Atlantic Championships, with over 200 competitors registered to compete at the beautiful Canada Games Stadium. Athletes are asked to arrive by 10:00am to register as the meet is scheduled to begin at 10:45am. Competitors ranging in ages from 8-13 will run, jump, throw and wheel in a fun filled, yet competitive, event. Be on the lookout for New Brunswick RJTW athletes who will proudly wear a Team NB singlet a... >> more
|Genevieve Lalonde Set to Compete at London Diamond League|
Jul 21 2016
This Saturday, July 23rd, Canada's best ever female steeplechaser, Genevieve Lalonde is set to compete at the London Anniversary Games, the last stop on the Diamond League tour before the Rio Olympics. The two day event will feature performances from many of the world's greatest athletes and soon to be Olympians.
The Moncton native will attempt another personal best, and national record, in the event, which will also feature Canadian Olympic teammate Erin Tes... >> more
|Maritime Track League Standings|
Jul 20 2016
With the Atlantic Track & Field Championships taking place this weekend in Saint John, the Maritime Track League's 2016 year will officially end and the winners will be declared. The track league began in May and featured nine competitions for athletes to take part in, with scoring being determined on how close the athletes' performances are to the Canada record.
On the men's side:
- Sprinter Braden Harrison of Fredericton, NB leads the MTL with a... >> more
|Team NB Espoir Announcement|
Jul 18 2016
Team NB Espoir Announcement
July 18th, 2016
Athletics New Brunswick is excited to announce the 61 athletes chosen to represent New Brunswick at the 2016 Eastern Canadian Espoir Championships being held in Moncton on August 6-7. This team is comprised of athletes from across the province that will compete against the best from Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Found Land. 25 females and 35 males will co... >> more
|Hub City Track Classic Recap|
Jul 16 2016
The Hub City Track Classic took place today in Moncton with approximately 50 athletes competing. Although a small competition, results provided big with 2 provincial records being set under the hot temperatures and clear skies.
- Robert Jackson of Fredericton set a new record for master's 60-64 3000m with a time of 10:26.36. Not only is this time a provincial record, but it's also the fastest time in Canada this year!
- James Brace of Int... >> more
|2016 Legion Canadian Youth Track & Field Team NB|
Jul 15 2016
Athletics New Brunswick and the NB Legion Command is excited to announce the athletes that will be representing the province at this year’s 2016 Legion Canadian Youth Track & Field Championships in Sainte-Thérèse/Blainville, Quebec from August 5-7th.
There are eight provincial record holders amongst the group of 36 who will make an appearance at these national youth championships.
Shelby MacIsaac of Riverview who has had a stellar season so far holds the ... >> more
|Genevive Lalonde Named to Canadian Olympic Team|
Jul 11 2016
After much anticipation, the track and field portion of the Canadian Olympic Team has been announced and for the first time since 2000, it includes a New Brunswicker. Genevieve Lalonde of Moncton has been selected to compete in the 3000m steeplechase at the Rio Olympics.
After a breathtaking year that included a Canadian record, a Diamond League appearance, and a bronze medal at the Canadian Championships/Olympic Trials, Genevieve Lalonde has checked another item off her list,... >> more
|Legion Provincials / ANB Performance Meet Recap|
Jul 10 2016
There could not have been a better weekend to hold a track meet as the Legion Provincial Championships and ANB Performance Meet unfolded at the Moncton 2010 Stadium. Over 150 athletes took part in these championships where provincial records were broken and an exciting field of decathlon athletes took to the track.
- Again, Shelby MacIsaac of ASEA ran to both the bantam girls 100m and 200m titles with another provincial record running a time of 12.91 in the 100m and 26.41 in th... >> more
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!