|Atlantic Championships Recap|
Jul 27 2015
The Atlantic Track and Field Championships took place this past weekend at MacAdam Field in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. New Brunswick had a strong presence at the meet with many athletes heading there on their own and on the ANB team bus which brought over approximately 50 athletes. 9 provincial records were set at the competition.
- Laura Dickinson of Miamichi broke the youth girl's 2000m steeplechase record with a time of 7:23.84. This time broke Katie Robinson... >> more
|Lalonde Wins bronze at the Pan Ams Games|
Jul 24 2015
Genevieve Lalonde had roaring success at the Pan American Games in Toronto, winning a bronze medal in the 3000m steeplechase event. The Moncton native ran a tactical race crossing the line third with a time of 9:53.03 while fellow Canadian Erin Teschuk finished 4th with a time of 10:02.33.
American Ashley Higginson won the gold medal with a time of 9:48.12, breaking the Pan American Games record of 9:51.13 set in 2007, while teammate Shalaya Kipp won silver with a time of 9:49.96, also u... >> more
|Lalonde set to run at Pan Ams Friday!|
Jul 22 2015
One of the provinces greatest athletes, Genevieve Lalonde is set to compete for Team Canada at the Pan American Games this Friday (July 24th). The Moncton native will compete in the 3000m steeplechase, taking place at 6:30pm Eastern Time (7:30pm Atlantic Time).
Lalonde comes into the event ranked second behind Ashley Higginson of the United States, with a personal best of 9:27.59. Lalonde's personal best time of 9:35.69 ranks her just .04 ahead of the third ranked athlete,... >> more
|Veronica Coombes wins Three Silvers at World Juniors|
Jul 20 2015
One of New Brunswick's greatest ever para-athletes, Veronica Coombes, came home with success after competing for Team Canada at the IWAS World Junior Games. The Shediac Cape athlete won three silver medals at the International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports (IWAS) World Junior Games that took place in Stadskanaal, Netherlands.
Coombes won silver in the 100m with a time of 20.86, silver in the 200m with a time of 40.47, and silver in the 400m with a time of 70.44... >> more
|Legion Team - Final 4 Selections|
Jul 18 2015
The Royal Canadian Legion, New Brunswick Command is pleased to announce the remaining 4 athletes that will be representing New Brunswick at the 2015 Legion Canadian Youth Track & Field Championships in Sainte-Thérèse/Blainville, Quebec. They are -
Brianna Forbes, Targettville
Joelle Leger, Dieppe
Martine Hache, Miramichi
Rebecca Peterson, Aldouane... >> more
|Legion Team Selection - Initial 32 Athletes Selected|
Jul 16 2015
The Royal Canadian Legion, New Brunswick cCommand is pleased to announce 32 of the 36 athltes that will be represetning New Brunswick at the 2015 Legion Canaidan Youth Track & Field Championships in Sainte-Therese/Blaineville, Quebec. The remaining athletes will be named in the next few days.
Alex Cormier, St. Louis-de Kent
Andrew LeBlanc, Fredericton
Brady Graves, Saint John
Caroline Gagnon, Moncton
Clint Steeves, River Glade
Cole Healey, Saint John... >> more
|Cancelled ~ CSG Day Camp |
Jul 15 2015
As of Wednesday night there were not enough registrations for the day camp on Saturday. On behalf of the entire CSG staff I would like to say that this is in no way a reflection of the 2017 program but rather a busy time of year. Many of our athletes are coming off of busy seasons and are headed into the Atlantic Championships next weekend thus having a weekend at home with family is completey understood.
For those who did register you can expect an email shortly about refund... >> more
|Legion Selection Meet Recap|
Jul 14 2015
The Legion Trials and Open meet was held over the past weekend at the Moncton 2010 stadium under sunny skies with little wind. Over 150 athletes competed, ranging in age from 14-17 yrs, all looking for a spot on Team NB for the Legion National Championships later this summer in Quebec.
The competition saw a few NB outdoor provincial records fall. Victoria Leblanc of Saint John Track Club, had an outstanding meet setting the NB Provincial junior and senior records in both the 100m and 400... >> more
Athlete of the Month (June 2015): Shayne Dobson. One of New Brunswick's greatest ever para-athletes took the track by storm in June to smash two Canadian records, and put himself in a position to be named to represent Canada at the Para-Pan American Games in Toronto later this Summer! Shanye first broke the 1500m national record with a time of 4:26.76 at the Ian Hume Invitational in Sherbrooke, Quebec, and a week later broke the 5000m national record in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with a time of 16:53.62! Shayne's 1500m time ranks him 5th in the world and 1st among Pan-American countries, while his 5000m time ranks him 1st in the world!