|Last chance meet set for Saturday|
Dec 14 2014
The Last Chance Meet, hosted by Université de Moncton and ASEA, will take place December 20th and is a great opportunity for athletes to break a provincial record before many enter a new age class.
Discounted registration deadline is Tuesday (Dec 16th) ay 11:59pm
FInal registration deadline is Thursday night (Dec 18th) at 11:59pm.
To register & for more information go to : www.anb.ca/2014lastchance ... >> more
|2015 ANB Membership|
Dec 11 2014
ANB memberships expire on January 1st! As you know, membership is required to participate in any of our Championships events, and to be eligible for Rankings, Records, Teams, funding, awards, and many other great opportunities!
Membership forms available here: http://anb.ca/General/forms.php
Not sure if you have renewed your 2015 membership check:www.anb.ca/2015membership... >> more
|ANB Great Idea Contest|
Dec 10 2014
Hi Fans, Athletes, Officials Parents and Volunteers,
Athletics NB is always looking to improve and offer the best experience possible for it's members.
We invite YOU to come up with ideas to improve ANB.
Ideas can be submitted on our Facebook group ( www.faceboook.com/AthNB) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org .
If we like/use your idea we will award you with a special ANB Bluetooth Speaker! Please summit your ideas before Dec 31st
Thanks you in adv... >> more
|15th Annual Gagetown Indoor Meet Recap|
Dec 1 2014
The 15th Annual Gagetown Indoor Meet took place this past Saturday in Oromocto. Over 160 Athletes took advantage of the great Base Gagetown facility to compete in the first New Brunswick indoor track and field competition of the season. An incredible 11 provincial record were set!
On the women's side:
- Sara Eve-Noel of Allardville (ACA) broke the youth girl's weight throw record with a best of 12.67m, breaking the former record of 12.49 by Zoe Berry, set... >> more
|New Brunswick Shines at 2014 National Cross Country Championships|
Nov 30 2014
The Canadian Cross Country Championships took place in Vancouver, British Columbia this past Saturday. 7 New Brunswickers made the trip to compete among the best in the country, with the junior and senior athletes hoping to reach for a top six position to be given a spot on Team Canada for the NACAC Cross Country Championships, and the World Cross Country Championships.
In the youth girl's race, Taylor Dunn of Fredericton, competing for Saint John Track Club, finished the 4k... >> more
|Chris Robertson sets new Pentathlon Provincial Record|
Nov 30 2014
Chris Robertson of Moncton and member of Athletisme Sud-Est/South East Athletics broke the New Brunswick Senior men’s Pentathlon record with a score of 3576 this past weekend at the Bob Vigar Season Opener in London, Ontario. This score would have been good enough to place him 7th in the CIS last season and should help punch him a ticket to the national championships in Windsor, ON this coming March. Robertson competes and is the captain of the University of Western Ontario Track... >> more
|Athletics New Brunswick names its 2014 awards winners|
Nov 29 2014
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce its 2014 award recipients. The ANB awards Gala is held annually to recognize the accomplishments and contributions of our athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers in Athletics.
Female Bantam athlete of the year
Hannah Trites (MOT, Fredericton)
Male Bantam athlete of the year
Craig Thorne (SJTC, Quispamsis)
Female midget athlete of the year
Samantha Taylor (FFT, Canterb... >> more
|New Brunswick Athletes set to run at XC Nationals|
Nov 24 2014
The 2014 Canadian Cross Country Championships are set for this Saturday, November 29th, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Once again, New Brunswick is going to be very well represented at this championships, with 7 athletes competing.
On the women's side:
Taylor Dunn & Alexondra Kiely both of Fredericton will compete in the youth girls 4km race. While Sarah Macpherson of Fredericton will return to competition in the senior 6km event. Macpherson was a bronze medalist for New Brun... >> more
Athlete of the Month (November 2014): Barry Britt and Ryan Cassidy. For the second year in a row, two of New Brunswick's finest distance runners showed dominance on the cross country scene. After a 4th and 5th place finish at last year's National Cross Country Championships, the duo did it again this year only to change positions, with Britt finishing 4th and Cassidy 5th. As a result of finishing in the top 6, both athletes have been guaranteed a spot on Team Canada for the NACAC Cross Country Championships in Barranquilla, Colombia, and the World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China! Ryan also finished 6th at the CIS Championships just 3 weeks prior and was named to the All-Canadian team andawarded MVP of the Canada West Conference!