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May 31 2011 - Strong Performances by Micheal LeBlanc in Geneva
Michael LeBlanc (ASEA) continued to impress with his first place finish in his 200 metre race in a time of 21.19 seconds, the 4th fastest time over this distance by a Canadian this year. He also ran the 100 metre in 10.50 seconds finishing 6th in a very fast heat, a time that is just off his 10.35 sec season’s best he set in Ottawa on week ago.
LeBlanc has a busy schedule over the next month with a variety of competitions in Europe and the U.S. and then off to the Canadian championships in Calgary June 22nd. He is also on the ticket to be running in Moncton on the evening of July 8th at a very high performance meet that ASEA will be announcing to the public shortly. “Mike here at home, on our new Mondo track at the Moncton 2010 Stadium and with a strong field besides him, this could be a night to remember for all of New Brunswickers” would add Athletics New Brunswick Technical Director Gabriel LeBlanc.
May 15 2011 - Barry Britt breaks NB record !
Congratulations to Barry Britt for winning both the 5000m and 1000m at the 2011 Western Athletic Conference Championships this past weekend in Honolulu, Hawaii. Barry first ran the 10000m on Friday night in a time of 30:24.99 which is the fastest time ever on the track by a New Brunswick athlete ( the previous record was held by Carole Lepage who in 1997 ran 31:19.5) and the 4th fastest time by a Canadian this year. On Saturday night, Barry then ran a 14:33.73 to win the 5000m. Barry is from Hampton NB, and is a member of Saint John Track Club. He currently runs for the University of Idaho
May 9 2011 - ANB names Legion Coaches
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce that the following coaches will lead team New Brunswick at 2011 Legion Canadian Youth Track & Field Championships
Susan Ellis-Loparco (Head Coach) - Saint John Track Club
Carl MacIntosh - Fredericton Legion Track Club
Kathleen Keily - Fast Tracks (Fredericton)
Wendy Randell - Athletisme Sud-Est/South East Athletics
We are particularly pleased with this staff as it represents a first time to have a majority of female coaches.
The Royal Canadian Legion Track and Field program is a nationally sanctioned program culminating in a national track & field camp and national championship for Canadian youth between the ages of 14 and 17 in the current year. In 2011 this event will be held in Ottawa during the week of August 3th through 9th. Athletes wishing to be part of Team NB must compete at both Legion Provincial Championships and Junior trialson June 25th (Moncton) and the NB Championships and Club Championships on July 16th (Saint John) to be eligible for selection.
May 3 2011 - New Brunswick queen of the steeplechase does it again.
Geneviève Lalonde finished 8th at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational at Stanford University with a time of 9:59.50. This time is the fastest time by a Canadian this year and only 1.76 away from Gen’s personal best set at last year’s World Juniors Championships. It is also under the 10:10 qualifying time required to be eligible as a member of Canadian university team that will compete at this summer Summer Universiade (World University championships) in Shenzhen in China (August 12-23).Gen is now off to Flagstaff in Arizona for two weeks of training under an Athletics Canada program. Congrats Gen!!! Full results http://www.rtspt.com/events/stanford/pjc11/pjc_res.htm
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