|2015 Subway AUS Championships|
Feb 24 2015
AUS Track and Field Championships set for this weekend
The 35th AUS Track & Field Championships are set for this Saturday and Sunday (February 28th-March 1st) at the Vance-Toner Stadium in the CEPS on the Université de Moncton campus. Teams from eight Atlantic universities will be represented by over 200 athletes; New Brunswick universities in action will include the University of New Brunswick, l’Université de Moncton, St Thomas University, a... >> more
|PanAmerican XC Champs|
Feb 22 2015
Pan-American Cross Country Cup
February 22nd, 2015
With an average daily temperature of thirty-one degrees Barry Britt and Ryan Cassidy temporarily traded the cold Canadian winter for the heat of Barranquilla, Columbia as they took part in the 2015 Pan-American Cross Country Cup as members of Team Canada.
Ryan Cassidy of Grand-Digue finished in 35th place overall and was the 4th Canadian finisher. He covered the 8km... >> more
|AC Indoor Day 3 & Final Recap|
Feb 22 2015
AC INDOOR 2015 – Day 3 and Final Recap
On the third and final day of the 2015 AC Indoor Championships ANB capped it off with style winning another 8 medals bringing the provinces total to 14 overall.
Highlights from Day 3 include:
· Sara-Eve Noel (ACAN) finished 1st in the youth women’s weight throw with a provincial record of 13.33m, which broke her previous record of 13.13m.
· Vi... >> more
|Superb Day 2 of NB Atheltes at the #ACindoorsopen|
Feb 21 2015
New Brunswick had a fantastic day 2 at the Athletics Canada Indoor National Championships in Montreal!
Team members captured four medals to bring New Brunswick’s total to six medals during the championships. The day also saw three provincial record and an amazing 17 personal bests!
Laura Dickinson (ASEA) of Miramichi captured New Brunswicks first Gold Medal by winning the Youth Girl’s 3000m in 10:42.42.
Kyla Hughes of Cocagne finished 2nd in the youth shot put wi... >> more
|Great first day for New Brunswick at #ACIndoorOpen|
Feb 19 2015
New Brunswick had a very successful first day at the 2015 Athletics Canada Hershey Indoor Championships in Montreal.
New Brunswick athletes captured two medals, two 4th place finishes and twelve personal bests.
Anthony Cormier (SJTC ) of Saint John captured New Brunswick’s first medal with a silver in the Junior Men’s Triple Jump with a leap of 13m02, only 58 cm from the gold medalist Malique Munroe of Ontario. The bronze medal was captured by Augustine Soga on Ontar... >> more
|Britt and Cassidy off to Colombia|
Feb 18 2015
Two New Brunswickers among Team Canada at The Pan-American Cross Country Cup this weekend
Barry Britt of Hampton and Ryan Cassidy of Grand-Digue will wear the red and white this weekend as they represent Team Canada at the Pan-American Cross Country Cup in Barranquilla, Colombia. Both will compete in the 8km Senior Men’s race, taking place Sunday, February 22nd.
We were able to reach both athletes. Barry before he left and he had this to say:
‘’Anytime... >> more
|New Brunswick Well Represented at Canadian Indoor Championships|
Feb 17 2015
This weekend, 49 New Brunswick athletes will be competing at the Canadian Indoor Championships in Montréal QC. This event will feature over 700 athletes, including 18 Olympians, from across Canada as well as some international stars of athletics. The competitions will take place at the Claude-Robillard Stadium, one of Canada’s finest indoor track facilities. The meet will feature an exciting world record attempt at 600m, with several world class runners vying fo... >> more
|NB Athletes Results from the Weekend|
Feb 16 2015
Several New Brunswick athletes were in action this past weekend across North America. Performances were of great quality with several personal bests and a near miss on a provincial record!
- Barry Britt of Hampton, competing for Speed River Track and Field, finished 8th in the 3000m at the Spire Division 1 Invitational in Geneva, Ohio, finishing with a time of 8:08.45. Barry's performance nearly missed his own provincial record of 8:07.02 set in 2012.
Full Results to... >> more
Athlete of the Month (January 2015): Shawna McKay. At the Athletics Nova Scotia Indoor Open, McKay broke the junior women's 300m record with a time of 41.46, beating Stephanie Reid's former record of 41.58 set in 1995. Just one week later, at the McGill Team Challenge, McKay smashed the record again with a time of 40.90! In just her first year at Dalhousie University, Shawna has already proven her speed and is currently ranked 2nd in the 300m, and 3rd in the 60m in the AUS.