|A message from Jason Reindl |
Jan 27 2015
Here is a message from our New Canada Games Coach Jason Reindl
Dear ANB members,
I am extremely pleased, proud, and honore... >> more
|New Brunswick Track and Field Athletes shine across North America|
Jan 26 2015
New Brunswickers were in action in three different locations across North America this past weekend, with the majority of athletes competing in the McGill Team Challenge in Montreal.
At the McGill Team Challenge:
- Shawna McKay of Moncton, competing for Dalhousie University, broke the provincial junior record in the 300m, finishing 13th with a time of 40.90, McKay had broke the record just last weekend in Halifax with a time of 41.46, showing big improvements throughout the seas... >> more
|Renewing your ANB Membership can now be done online|
Jan 25 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that you can now renew your 2015 ANB membership online by visiting: www.anb.ca/renew
Club members: Please note that you can select your club during the registration process, however the club must approve it. During this review period you will be seen as an unattached athlete until your club approves it. If the club denies the membership, you will continue to be seen as an unattached athlete.
This p... >> more
|Coaches Announced for Team NB at National Indoor Championships|
Jan 24 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is please to announce the coaches that were selected for Team New Brunswick at the Canadian Indoor Open Championships! The coaches will lead New Brunswick athletes at the championships, hoping to make this team as successful as last year's where athletes achieved 9 medals, including 5 golds!
Jennifer Butler of Bathurst will have the responsibility of team head coach while Peter Stuart of Riverview, Wendy Randell of Riverview,&nb... >> more
|Jason Reindl Selected as Head Coach for 2017 Canada Games|
Jan 23 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that Jason Reindl has been selected as head coach for Team New Brunswick at the 2017 Canada Games, to be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba from July 28th - August 13th. This edition of the games is set to be a landmark event as it celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Canada Games, and the 150th anniversary of Confederation.
Jason holds as a wealth of knowledge as the High Performance Coach for Athletics New Brunswick, a coach at Saint J... >> more
|New Brunswick Athletes Compete Across North America this weekend|
Jan 22 2015
This weekend, many New Brunswick athletes will be competing across North America.
Universities across the Maritimes will be competing in the McGill Team Challenge in Montreal, along with universities from across Quebec and Ontario.
Over 50 New Brunswicker athletes some to watch out for include Sarah Myatt of Fredericton and Dan Brown of Saint John, competing for the University of New Brunswick, Naomie Maltais of Val D'Amour and Alexandre Coholan of Moncton, competing for Universi... >> more
|New Brunswick track and field Athletes shine in Halifax |
Jan 19 2015
This past Saturday while the Moncton Open Track Meet was taking place in Moncton, a strong team of University of New Brunswick athletes and Fredericton Fast Tracks runners headed to Halifax to compete in the Athletics Nova Scotia Indoor Open.
The athletes had very notable results, including 4 provincial records!
- Sydney MacDonald of Miramichi, competing for the University of New Brunswick, broke the junior girl's 60m hurdles record, running a time o... >> more
|Moncton Open Recap|
Jan 18 2015
The 7th annual Jump Start Athletics Moncton Open, hosted by the Universite de Moncton and ASEA track club, took place this past Saturday at the CEPS indoor track. 9 masters records were set, and there were many great performances by athletes, including:
- Naomie Maltais of Val D'Amour, competing for the Universite de Moncton, had an incredible performance in the weight throw, throwing a distance of 15.74m. Naomie is currently ranked 1st in the AUS, ahead of her nex... >> more
Athlete of the Month (December 2014): Braden Harrison (FLTC).
At the Last Chance Meet in Moncton, Braden broke the youth boy's 300m record with a time of 36.76. Even more remarkable is that Harrison did this in lane 2 of the notoriously small CEPS track. The 17 year old sprinter also won the youth 60m at this meet in a new personal best time of 7.36.