|ANB offering 4 Summer Jobs |
Apr 22 2015
Athletics New Brunswick , is seeking applications from interested students for some of it's summer time positions .
We are currently looking for candidate in the following areas:
The successful candidate will be expected to assists in training to local clubs and administrative activities & travel to track meets within the Province of New Brunswick to assist Ath... >> more
|ANB Announces 2015 Indoor High Performance Team|
Apr 21 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce its’ High Performance Program teams from the 2015 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 international stage. A total... >> more
| 2017 Athletics CSG Staff Announcement|
Apr 20 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce its second round of staff selections for the 2017 Jeux Canada Games that will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, which was ratified by the board of directors at the 2015 Semi Annual Meeting held in Moncton on April 18th.
Kathleen Kiely from Fredericton who coaches with Fast Tracks
Jennifer Butler from Bathurst who coaches Chaleur Athletics
Wendy Randell from Riverview who coaches with South East Athletics/ Athletisme Sud-Est
Bil... >> more
|Sarah Myatt new Athlete Representative of ANB|
Apr 16 2015
Athletics New Brunswick wishes to extend congratulations to Sarah Myatt of Fredericton has been appointed to the position of Athlete Representative
Sarah a long time member of our association will play the role for a two year term, in which she will represent all New Brunswick athletes and give the athletes a larger voice.
"Sarah, has always conducted herself as leader on and off the track we are very happy to have her as the athlete representat... >> more
|The 12 challenges Dieppe|
Apr 10 2015
The Dieppe 12 Challenges are back!
This program is organized in partnership with Athletics New Brunswick and the City of Dieppe and aims to help children from 5 to 11 years discover athletics and develop their skill in a non-competitive atmosphere. Three different athletics events will be taught each night and the program will run every Tuesday from May 12 to June 2 at the Anna-Malenfant School track facility starting at 6:30pm. Registrations are being accepted now at http: // www.anb.ca/... >> more
|Athletics Athlete Representative Election Now Open|
Apr 9 2015
* Important * As the result of a technical issue one candidate was omitted from the Athlete Rep election by accident and so the election will be re-run. Athletes will be send a new code and we please ask you to vote.
From April 9th to the 14th ANB athletes aged 16+ are asked to vote for a candidate for Athlete rep.
We have 3 great applicants for this position
Brandon LeBlanc: find out more about Brandon
Sarah Myatt:&... >> more
|Veronica Coombes will get her new chair|
Apr 8 2015
Athletics New Brunswick (ANB) is pleased to announce the support of Embracor Medical Ltd to emerging wheelchair racer, Veronica Coombes. Initially, Veronica was to live this great experience in the Spring 0f 2014 but because of illness, it has been rescheduled to April 2015.
Coombes a 16 year old from Shediac Cape was born with spina bifida. At the 2013 Canada Games, she became New Brunswick's most decorated female athlete at the games ca... >> more
|2015 Legion Coaches|
Apr 8 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that the following coaches will lead team New Brunswick at the 2015 Legion Canadian Youth Track & Field Championships:
Wendy Randell of Riverview (head coach)
Jennifer Butler of Bathurst (event coach)
Bruce Guitard of Charlo (event coach)
Carol Lepage of Bathurst (event coach)
The Royal Canadian Legion Track and Field program is a nationally sanctioned program culminating in a national track & field camp and... >> more
Athlete of the Month (March 2015): Chris Robertson. Chris began the 2014-2015 with a strong performance and New Brunswick record in the Menís Senior Pentathlon earlier in November with a score of 3576. However, after the Ontario University Championships Chris was ranked 13th in a very competitive CIS pentathlon pool with only the top 12 being invited to the CIS Championships. After being bumped in last minute by one athlete dropping out due to injury, Chris ran seasonal bests in hurdles (8.58), shot put (11.73), high jump (1.94), and the 1000m (2:52.65), and had a long jump of 6.56 to score a big personal best of 3629 to break his provincial record and finish 6th in the country.