|2 ANB athletes off to China for World Cross Country Championships |
Mar 24 2015
Barry Britt of Hampton and Ryan Cassidy of Grand Digue will be among the 23 Canadians competing in Guiyang, China for the 41st International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Cross Country Championships on Sunday March 28th.
Team Canada leaves on March 24th to acclimatize to the condition in Guiyang. Both Cassidy and Britt will take part in the senior men’s 12km race that begins at 2:10pm local time (1:10 am Atlantic time)
"With both of these New Brunsw... >> more
|Atlantic Indoor Track and Field Championships Recap|
Mar 22 2015
The Atlantic Indoor Track and Field Championships took place this past Saturday at the CEPS indoor running track on the Université de Moncton campus. The competition was the last of the indoor season, and with over 200 athletes and 7 provincial records set, it was certainly a great meet.
On the women's side:
- Hannah Trites of Fredericton broke the provincial midget record in the 1200m with a time of 3:47.14, beating Laura Dickinson's record of 3:48.42 set... >> more
|Atlantics set for Saturday!|
Mar 19 2015
The Atlantic Indoor Track and Field Championships are set to take place this Saturday at the CEPS indoor track on the Université de Moncton campus, and with over 200 athletes registered this is an event you don't want to miss! Athletes from New Brunswick, Nova-Scotia, PEI of all ages will compete in running , jumping and throwing events.
- The men's pentathlon will feature 8 individuals including Ben... >> more
|ANB Mentorship Program|
Mar 17 2015
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that the following coaches have been chosen to take part in the 2015 coaching mentorship program.
Bruce Guitard, currently coaching with Restigouche Athletics based in Charlo, Campbellton, and Dalhousie.
Alex Coffin, currently coaching with the Saint John Track Club based in Saint John.
Wendy Randell, currently coaching with South East Athletics based in Moncton.
“It is with great pleasure that we announce this y... >> more
|Canadian Masters Indoor Championships|
Mar 17 2015
This past weekend the Canadian Masters Indoor Championships were held in Toronto, ON. Andrew Justason of FLTC won the M40-45 Pentathlon with a new masters record of 2817pts. Good job Andrew!... >> more
|ANB's CIS Recap |
Mar 15 2015
The Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Track and Field Championships took place this past weekend in Windsor, Ontario. 12 New Brunswickers made the trip to compete against Canada's best, and 1 provincial record was set!
- Chris Robertson of Moncton, competing for Western University, finished 6th in the pentathlon with a provincial record score of 3629. Robertson's hurdle time of 8.58 just missed his own provincial record of 8.54, set last year in Toronto. Chris' other perfo... >> more
|Coholan wins CIS T&F Student-Athlete Comunity service award |
Mar 13 2015
Windsor, ON - Congradulations to ANB member Alexandre Coholan who today was awarded the Student-Athlete Comunity service award for Track and field in the CIS.
Coholan, a local product from Moncton, had a solid showing at the AUS championships, finishing fourth in the 600-metre final and seventh in the 300m, while helping the Aigles Bleus 4x400 relay capture a bronze medal.
A fourth-year biochemistry student, Coholan has been an academic all-Canadian and a member... >> more
|Volunteers & Official needed for Atlantic Indoor Championships! |
Mar 12 2015
On Saturday March 21st, the University of Moncton CEPS (Vance Toner Stadium) will play host to the Atlantic Indoor Championships! It will likely be the largest Atlantic Indoor Championship ever and once again we ask for your support as volunteers and officials!
To register for this event, we wish to initiate you to use of the Ongozah platform, a platform that is being developed for ANB by Moncton based Ongozah. There are many purposes to our adopting this platform, including the abi... >> more
Athlete of the Month (February 2015): Sarah Myatt. Sarah continued to have an undefeated season in the 600m through the month of February. At the NB Indoor Champs Sarah won the 600m in a new personal best and UNB record of 1:34.67. However, at the AUS Championships is when she really shined. Sarah won the 600m by over 3 seconds, won the 1000m, was second in the 4x800m relay, 3rd in the 4x200m relay, and 3rd in the 4x400m relay. Sarah was then named female track MVP of the AUS conference.