|Nicholson and Washburn among Athletics Canada Hall of Fame class of 2014|
Apr 16 2014
Athletics Canada’s Hall of Fame will grow by 11 as five athletes, two builders, a coach and three in memoriam will be enriched as part of the Class of 2014. The induction ceremony will take place in Moncton, New Brunswick on June 26, 2014 at a ceremony held during the Canadian Track and Field Championships.
Among the 2014 class is two of New Brunswick's most devoted volunteers: Harold Nicholson and Leroy Washburn.
Harold Nic... >> more
|Athletics New Brunswick Announces its High Performance Teams from the Indoor Season|
Apr 15 2014
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce its’ High Performance Program teams from the 2014 indoor season. These athletes achieved performance standards which place them as the best in the province, and in many cases among the best in the country. As a part of the High Performance teams, these athletes will have special training and competition opportunities to help them continue to improve with the goal of representing New Brunswick on the national and internation... >> more
|The 12 Challenges of Dieppe are back!|
Apr 12 2014
It’s that time of year! The 12 Challenges of Dieppe are back for the fifth year in a row! Youth aged from 5 to 12 are invited to participate in the 4 evenings of the 12 Challenges, which will take place May 13, 20, 27 and June 3 at the Anna-Malenfant track in Dieppe. Three different track and field events are scheduled every week for a total of 12 events (hence the name of the program). The instructors will be trained Run, Jump, Throw instructors. Registration is $25 from April 9th... >> more
|2014 Legion Information|
Apr 10 2014
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce the selection criteria for Team New Brunswick attending the 2014 Legion Championships in Langley British Colombia is now available . This great program is open to athletes aged 17 and under and 15 and under (as of December 31, 2014) . Any athlete 13 years of age ( 2nd Bantam ) may compete for a position as a Midget, but must compete as a Midget at the Legion Provincials. No athlete under 13 years of age as of December 31, 2014 will be consi... >> more
|Thank you to all the volunteers! |
Apr 10 2014
During this week of National Volunteer Week (NVW) Athletics New Brunswick would like to take this time to thank all of its officials, coaches, board members and other volunteers.
Winston Churchill once said:
‘We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give ‘You’re incredible passion for volunteering is making a real difference in our province.
Again THANK YOU for all that you do!
This year's 69th annual NVW takes place the week of... >> more
|Atlantic Indoor Championships Recap|
Mar 30 2014
The Atlantic Championships took place in Moncton on Saturday, the 29th. This was the last indoor meet of the season, with over 200 athletes competing, the Atlantic Championships once again proved to be one of the best competitions in Atlantic Canada, with 11 New Brunswick records being set.
On the women's side:
- Sophie Black of Dieppe, competing for ASEA, broke the midget girl's pentathlon with a score of 2545.
- Elizabeth MacDonald of Fredericton, competing for Frederict... >> more
Athlete of the Month (March 2014): Grace Annear and Paul Gautier . For the first time we have 2 athlete of the month! Grace Annear (SJTC) of Hampton had a fantastic CIS championships was able to finish 2nd in the 600m in a New Brunswick record time of 1:29.18, less than a second behind her teammate Rachel Francois who took gold in 1:28.40.Grace’s time was the 6th fastest in CIS championship’s history. She was also on the winning 4x800m team . Finally, she was also took part in the 4x400m, taking silver in a new school record of 3:46.46.
Paul Gautier (SJTC) of Rothesay broke not one but two national master record in the M45-49 category with a 12m90 weight throw and a 13m25 shot put!
Way to go Paul & Grace!