|NBIAA Cross Country Provincial Recap 2014|
Oct 17 2014
The NBIAA Cross Country Championships concluded with an exciting finish earlier today. Over 220 high school runners showed up to Moncton to vie for top three positions and a chance at the NBIAA team banners.
Laura Dickinson of Miramichi Valley High School captured the junior girls 3km race with a time of 11:27, narrowly beating out Natasha Vatcher of Oromocto High in second in 11.35 and Jenna Keilty of École Sainte-Anne in 3rd with a time of 12:19. In the... >> more
|NB Middle School Cross Country Championships set for Saturday|
Oct 16 2014
The 2014 New Brunswick Middle School Cross Country Championships will be held this Saturday October 18th in Hampton. The events brings in the best youth runners in our province and promises to be a great event. Over 150 Athletes are expected this year.
The championships will start with a 1.5 km race for grades 6 at 12:45 , a 2 km race for grade 7 while the grade 8 girls will run 2.5 km and the grade 8 boys 3 km.
This event is open to all participants Grade 6-8th and registration... >> more
|NBIAA Cross Country Regionals Recap|
Oct 13 2014
This past Saturday the NBIAA held its regional Championships. The North East Championships were held in Charlo hosted by École Aux Quatre Vent while the South West was hostd in Hampton by Saint John High. Over 350 athletes took part in these championships in hopes to qualify for the NBIAA provincial Championships that will be held in Moncton Friday October 17th.
North East Championships
Laura Dickinson of Miramichi Valley High School took the win in the ju... >> more
|NBIAA Regional Country Championships set for Saturday|
Oct 9 2014
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 11th. Over 430 athletes from all around the province will try to qualify for next week’s Provincial championships that will take place on Friday Ocober 17th in Moncton.
There will be 4 races on the schedule : a 3km race for the Junior girls (grade 9-10) , a 4km for Junior boys (grade 9-10) a 4km for Senior g... >> more
|Warm weather training opportunity |
Oct 7 2014
UNB Track & Field, the Saint John Track Club, and Athletics New Brunswick are excited to announce that a warm weather training opportunity over Christmas has become available. Athletes from all clubs and across the province are encouraged to contact Jason Reind email@example.com they are interested and should do so ASAP as their are minimums, maximums, and is a first come-first serve opportunity.
For more info go to: http://anb.ca/Calendar/view-event.php?... >> more
|Falls Throws Meet Recap: 2 National Record for Paul Gautier|
Oct 6 2014
Moncton – Athletes took full advantage of the final outdoor track and field competition of 2014. This was particularly true for Paul Gautier of Rothesay, who broke not one but two national masters’ records in the men’s 45-49 age group. He first set a new mark in the Weight Throw by tossing the 35lb weight a distance of 13.48m, breaking the existing national record of 13.27m, set by George Puce of Ontario back in 1986. Gautier also broke the M45 Canadian Thr... >> more
|32nd UdeM Cross Country Classic Recap|
Oct 5 2014
The 32st Annual Université de Moncton Cross Country Classic took place on Saturday October 4th on the grass fields of the Université de Moncton campus. Despite rainy condition the event saw more than 350 athletes including the best AUS university runners.
Here is the top 3 in each race
Girls 5 years old and younger 350m
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|Exciting weekend for Cross Country in New Brunswick|
Oct 1 2014
Moncton to host 32nd Cross Country Classique, Bathurst will host the Chaleur Cross Country Meet / Miramichi to host XC at the Cove event.
On Saturday October 4th the Campus of l’Université de Moncton will play host to the 32nd annual U de M Cross-Country Classique.
The events will depart from the student center and will features 7 different race distances depending on age of the athletes. The races start off... >> more