|2017 Canada Summer Games Coach Profiles: Jennifer Butler|
Oct 5 2015
Born in Fredericton and currently living in Bathurst, Coach Butler has been one of the leaders for women in coaching in athletics in New Brunswick. A dedicated coach with Athlétisme Chaleur Athletics, she has the passion and the drive to help the athletes she coaches to strive for the best performance outcomes. She began coaching when her son was in middle school and took her first level 1 course with Mr. Dave Thomas. She says after that, she “never looked back!”
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| Performance Practices are back|
Oct 2 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that our Performance Practices, will be returning for the 2015-2016 athletic year.
Under the umbrellas of the High Performance and Podium Programs and the Universite de Moncton Track and Field Team registered members of Athletics New Brunswick are invited to utilize the facilities of the Univesite de Moncton CEPS track and take part in three developmental opportunities.
1) Open Gym - Open use of the Moncton CEPS track. ANB mem... >> more
|NBIAA Regional Country Championships set for Saturday|
Oct 1 2015
NBIAA Regional Country Championships set for Saturday
Both the North East and the South West High School Cross Country regional meet will be held this Saturday October 3rd. Over 430 athletes from all around the province will try to qualify for Provincial championships that will take place on Friday Ocober 16th in Hampton.
There will be 4 races on the schedule : a 3km race for the Junior girls (grade 9-10) at Noon , a 4km for Junior boys (grade 9-10) at 12:25 a 4km fo... >> more
|ANB partners with IGT Legs for Literacy event |
Sep 29 2015
OCTOBER 24TH, 2015Get the whole family involved in the 16th annual IGT Legs for Literacy weekend.
On Saturday, October 24th families will have the opportunity to get active together by participating in the Family Run/Walk Event at Riverfront Park in Downtown Moncton.
Registration for the event is only $10 per family and children will receive a racing bib, a medal, a book and the chance to win one of three $50 gift cards to Chapters.
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|Moncton to host U22 Eastern Espoir Championships |
Sep 28 2015
Moncton will once again host a major track and field championships as the U22 Eastern Espoir Championships will be held in New Brunswick.
On August 6th & 7th, 2016 the Stade Moncton Stadium will welcome the best under 22 year old athletes from the eastern provinces. Over 300 athletes coming from Ontario, Quebec and each of the Atlantic Provinces will battle for not only individual titles but also a team championships award!
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|Jason Reindl honored by Coach NB |
Sep 28 2015
Our very own High Performance coach Jason Reindl was recently awarded the 2015 Sport champion award for coaching. Jason received this award for his continuous work in helping athletes reach their goals. Congratulation Jason and keep up the good work !... >> more
|2017 Canada Summer Games Coach Profiles: Bill MacMackin |
Sep 23 2015
2017 Canada Summer Games Coach Profiles:
Coach #1 - BILL MACMACKIN
For all who know Bill MacMackin, Saint John native and current middle distance coach of the Saint John Track Club, it is clear that he is one of athletics’ biggest enthusiasts. It is no surprise that Coach MacMackin made the decision to revive the Saint John Track Club back in 2005 as he was once an athlete who competed proudly for the club back in the 1970’s and 1980’s. He continued to thr... >> more
|National Coaches Week|
Sep 21 2015
Athletics New Brunswick would like to take this time to acknowledge the great work of all its coaches! Your dedication to our sport and our youth is truly amazing. Thank you!
Take a moment to say "Thank You Coach" in celebration of coaches week from September 19th to September 27th, 2014.
For more detail about National coaches week go to: http://www.coachnb.com/coaches-week
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Athlete of the Month (August 2015): Mickyle Welsh.
Welsh of Riverview capped off his outdoor track season with medals and records. At the Legion National Championships in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec he captured a bronze in the midget boy's 100m with a time of 11.28, and finished 7th in the 200m with a time of 23.09, both times being provincial records. He then ran as a member of Team New Brunswick's 4x100m team that won silver in a time of 46.19, and on the medley relay team that won bronze in a time of 3:49.85.