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Jul 27 2011 - Atlantic Championships
The Atlantic Championships were held this pas weekend in Moncton and was a great success! Over 300 athletes competed and the meet saw seven new New Brusnwick record.
-Marilyne Nowlan (Club Elite) broke 2 record in the bantam girls 80m and 150m with a time of 10.60 and 20.29.
-Naaho Pelletier (Restigouche) improved the record in the bantam boys 80m with a time of 10.50.
-The bantam boys heats 150m saw a very close race, so close that we had a tie for the first place therefore Nicholas Maclean and Alexander Aubé both set a provincial record with a time of 19.51.
In the field events we had two record broken, one in the Javelin bantam boys by Kevin O’Sullivan with a throw of 23.17 and in the bantam discus Sara Eve Noel with a throw of 30.66. The team Title went to Athlétisme Sud Est /South East Athletics
Congratulation to all the athletes.
Full results can be found here : http://anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=461
Jul 27 2011 - Jeux de la Francophonie Canadienne
20 New Brunswick athletes made the long trip to Sudbury, Ontario to take part in the 5th Jeux de la Francophonie Canadienne. The event went great with NB capturing 42 track and field medals (more than any other provinces) this amount also ties the record at that was established at last game by team NB. Not only they brought home medals but they brought home the team banner . Most athletes had personal best and season best at these championships. We even saw even a few meet records and two NB record.
Anthony Cormier broke the midget boys 300m New Brunswick record with a time of 38.53 (also a meet record). Amy-Lynn Grant improved her own NB youth girls 400m record with a time of 57.63.
Pascal Desjardin broke the meet record in the Triple jump with a leap of 12.88. Finnally Stephanie Doiron set a meet record in the youth High jump with a jump of 1.58m
Great job to all the athletes!
Full results available here: http://anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=462
Jul 27 2011 - Ryan Cassidy 4th at PanAms Juniors
Congradulation to Ryan Cassidy for finishing 4th this past weekend at the 2011 Panamerican Junior Championship in Miramar, Florida. Ryan’s time of 9:23.73 was only 7 seconds back of Gareth Hadfield of Canada who captured the bronze medal.
For more information on Team Canada performance go to http://athletics.ca/display_news.asp?newsid=1207
Jul 19 2011 - Legion Team announced
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce it's 2011 Canadian Legion Team!That will take part in the 2011 Legion Canadian Youth Track and Field Championships that will take place August 5th through 7th at the Terry Fox Athletic Complex in Ottawa, ON.38 Athletes will take part in these Championships
Coaches: Susan Ellis-Loparco, Kathleen Kiely, Wendy Randall, Carl MacIntosh
Chaperones: Ethel and Richmond Nixon (CA), Brian Vessey, Sandra O’Donnell
(Youth Female):Zoe Berry (CA - Kingsley), Sneha Desai (CA – Fredericton), Amy-Lynn Grant (NS – Beresford), Sarah Taplin (WA – Moncton) Katie Robinson (R0 Saint John),
(Youth Male) Dan Brown (RO – Hampton), Brandon Cleghorn (WA – Salisbury), Clark Wessellius (WA – River Glade),Jacob Hayes (SJ – Saint John), Dylan Hebert (WA – Salisbury), Liam Kettlewell (RO – Quispamsis) Julien Leger (NK – Richibucto Village), Nick MacMackin (RO - Quispamsis), Tommy McGinn (CA – Fredericton), Lee Wessellius (WA – River Glade), Alexander Williston (NK – Bay du Vin), Corey Lawson (NK-Cail’s Mills)
(Midget Female):Mackenzie Amos (CA – Scotch Settlement), Hailee Cook (NK – Miramichi), Taylor Dunn (CA – Fredericton), Chelsea Hall (CA – Fredericton), Victoria LeBlanc (SJ – Saint John), Leah MacAulay (CA – Fredericton), Sydney MacDonald (NK – Miramichi), Clare McGrath (UV – Woodstock), Shawna McKay (WA – Moncton), Maika Martin (WA – Cocagne), Monica Tremblay (NK – St. Margarets),
(Midget Male)Nicoli Allen (CA – Upper Kingsclear), Charles Blanchard (NS – Anse Bleue), Jean-Denis Bourque (NK - Aldouane),Jake Bradley (WA - Riverview),Anthony Cormier (SJ – Saint John),Pierre Dumouchel (RO – Quispamsis), Ben Fowler (RO – Grand Bay), Seth Hajdu (UV – Woodstock), Matthew McLaughlin (CA – New Maryland), Joshua Shanks (SJ – Chance Harbour)
Jul 18 2011 - Geneviève Lalonde named to represent Canada at Summer Universiade (FISU)
The young Moncton athlete will be part of the 37 Canadian athletes who will represent Canada. She will join 37 athletics athletes to represent Canada in Shenzhen, China, August 16-21 for Summer Universiade (FISU).
The last edition of Summer Universiade in Belgrade, Serbia in 2009 was the Canadian team’s best showing since 1983 winning a total of 8 medals (1 Gold, 3 Silver and 4 Bronze). In total the Canadian athletics team has won 67 medals at FISU Championships.
For more information visit: http://www.athletics.ca/page.asp?id=552.
Jul 17 2011 - 7 Athletes will represent the Maritimes at the 2011 North American Hershey Track and Field Championships
7 Athletes will represent the Maritimes at the 2011 North American Hershey Track and Field Championships, in Hershey, Pennsylvania from August 4th-7. The team will be composed of Sara Kean of Rothesay who will run in the 13-14 girls 800m, Emma Edmonds of Halifax will compete in the 13-14 girls 1600m, Brayden White of Prince Edward Island will compete in the boys 13-14 standing long jump while the girls 13- 14 4x100m relay team composed of Alexondra Kiely and Cassidy Richards from Fredericton, Brenna Kettlewell of Quispamsis and Christelle Frenette of Dieppe will compete for top honors.
What are the HERSHEY’S Track & Field Games all about? Simply put, helping get kids on the right track, teaching lifelong lessons, and having fun every step, leap, jump and throw along the way.
The HERSHEY’S Track & Field Games are the largest youth sports program of its kind in North America, with hundreds of thousands of children competing every year. Everyone has a chance to be among the 480 athletes who qualify to compete at the North American Final. The HERSHEY’S Track & Field Games has produced many Olympic medalists and competing athletes.
Jul 17 2011 - Records Fall at Provincial Track and field Championships
Records Fall at Provincial Track and field Championships
Over 200 athletes participated this past Saturday at the 2011 Track and field Championships at the Canada Games stadium in Saint John. Saint John Track Club was the champion with 640 points, while Athlétisme Sud Est/South East Athletics finished 2nd with 439 point. Fredericton Legion was 3rd with 239 points.
Many athletes achieve personal best and an incredible 10 provincial records were established:
-Bailey Lockard of Fredericton (Fredericton Fast Tracks) set a new record in the 12-13 girls 150m dash with a time of 21.15.
-Alexondra Kiely of Fredericton (Fredericton Fast Tracks) establishes a new mark in the 14-15 girls 200m Hurdles with a time of 31.36
-Kylie Rowe of Riverview (Athlétisme Sud Est/South East Athletics) set a new record in the Girls 14-15 1500m Steeplechase with a time of 6:47.23.
-Grace Kiely of Fredericton (Fredericton Fast Tracks) set a new record in discus throw (12-13 girls) with a toss of 8.90m she also set a new mark in the Javelin throw with a throw of 15.35
- Nicholas Maclean (Athlétisme Sud Est/South East Athletics) broke his own NB record in the bantam boys 80m with a clocking of 10.63.
-Jake Bradley (Athlétisme Sud Est/South East Athletics) establishes a new provincial mark in the Midget boys 200m Hurdle with a time of 29.07.
-Dan Brown (Saint John Track club) set a new NB record in the boys 16-17 300m hurdles with a clocking of 42.47.
-Davis Sullivan (Saint John Track club) threw a new NB record in the 12-13 boys Javelin.
-James Brace (Athlétisme Sud Est/South East Athletics) set a new T-54 Wheelchair record in the 100m with a time of 17.76.
Gabriel Leblanc , Technical director of Athletics New Brunswick says he is very satisfied with the performances of the New Brunswick athletes and expect great things from them at the upcoming Atlantic Championships ( July 23-24th) in Moncton & Canadian Legion Youth Track & Field Championships (August 3rd-9th) in Ottawa.
Jul 14 2011 - Hub City Classic 2011
Hub city classic 2011
Jul 14 2011 - Boiling point Wheelchair Classic
Congratulation to the NB Para Athletes who traveled to Windsor ON. Our NB athletes did extreamly well breaking 4 provincial records! Veronica Coombes (T-54) record the 100m record with a time of 21.36. Shayne Dobson (T-37) had a time of 2:20.22 in his 800m which is not only provincial record but also the standard to compete at the Para Pan Ams happening in Mexico in November. James Brace (T-54) broke 2 NB records in the 200m and the 400m with times of 31.81 (200m) and 1:04.63 (400m). His 200m time qualifies him for next year’s National Championships!
Jul 14 2011 - Aileen Meagher International Track Classic
Congratulation to ANB athletes who took part in the Aileen Meagher International Track Classicon Sunday. Caleb Jones was only 3 cm away from his own NB record with a throw of 73.22 in the Javelin, finishing 2nd to Scott Russell who holds the Canadian Record). Jean Marc Doiron (or Doirion) ran a big personal best in the 800m with a time of 1:49.82 Pierre Landry finished 2nd in the men’s long jump with a leap of 6.91m (Pierre Jumped 7.08 2 days earlier at the hub City)
Jul 10 2011 - Great Results for New Brunswick track and field athletes at Junior Nationals
A total of 9 NB athletes traveled to Winnipeg for the 2011 Canadian Track and Field Championships
Winnipeg- Grand Digue’s Ryan Cassidy finished 2nd in the 3000m steeplechase, his time of 9:05.57 was only 0.01 away from the gold medal won by Gareth Hadfield of Calgary. With this performances Ryan secured his position on the Canadian Junior team that will be competing at the Junior Pan Am Championships. Theses Championships will be taking place July 22nd -24th in Miramar, Florida . This will be Ryan’s second National Junior team as he was a member of Team Canada at the World Junior Championships in 2010.
Chris Robertson of Moncton had a fantastic championship finishing 3rd in the Decathlon, a grueling 2 day event where athletes compete in 10 events. Chris had a personal best performance in a total of 7 events (which is almost unheard of in a decathlon). His combined score for the event 6401 bettered his own New Brunswick Record by almost than 600 points. His discus toss of 44.52 even broke the junior discus New Brunswick record that has been standing since 1993.
Other NB athletes competing in these championships include:
Matt McNeil of Saint John ran a personal best in the 1500m finishing 14th He also ran a personal best in the 5000m in a time of 15:21 finishing 8th.
Adam Gaudes of Fredericton was 11th in the men’s 800m with a time of 1:53.91.
Naomie Maltais of Campbellton finished 7th in the Women’s Hammer throw with a toss of 40.47m.
Hampton’s Grace Annear ran a very strong 800m prelim qualifying for the final in a time of 2:11.77. In a tactical final Grace finished 12th in a time of 2:15.92.
Mitch Quigg of Saint John was 7th in the Javelin with a throw of 58.23m.
Tomas McGinn of Fredericton was 34th in the men’s 800m with a time of 2:00.68.
Jeremy Pellerin was 20th in the men's 5000m with a time of 15:56.51
``We are extremely pleased with these performance as they show the improvement of our athletes and programs ’’ said Athletic New Brunswick Technical Director Gabriel LeBlanc. He added that having Ryan qualify for Pan Ams Juniors and Chris just missing qualifying for these championships may inspire other NB athletes.
Jul 8 2011 - NEW-BRUNSWICK ATHLETES SET TO SOAR IN WINNIPEG
Canadian Junior Track and Field Championships to start today
June 7th – Moncton. Nine New-Brunswick athletes are currently in Winnipeg to take part in this year’s junior national track and field championship. For some, this will be an occasion to test their skills against the best in Canada. For others, it will be their opportunity to qualify for the Pan American Junior Championship set to take place in Guadalajara, Mexico, this October.
Two of our athletes, Ryan Cassidy (3000 meter steeplechase) of Grande-Digue and Adam Gaudes (800m) of Fredericton already have experience on the international level, having qualified for last year’s World Junior Track and Field Championship in Moncton. They will therefore be defending their national team spots in Winnipeg.
Hampton’s Grace Annear has already run faster than the 800 meter qualifying standard of 2 minutes 12 seconds for the Pan American Games, and now she is set to place in the top two of that race in Winnipeg, which would secure her spot on team Canada.
“We are very proud of the quality of athletes that are coming out of New-Brunswick” stated Athletic New-Brunswick’s Technical Director, Gabriel Leblanc. “Last year, four of our athletes qualified for the national junior team, and we hope to have the same sort of turn out this year"
Other New-Brunswickers participating in this weekend’s championship are Chris Robertson (decathlon) of Moncton, Mitch Quigg (Javelin) and Matthew McNeil (1500m and 5000m), both of Saint-John, Naomie Maltais (Discus and Hammer) of Cambelton , Jérémie Pellerin (5000m) of Grande-Digue and Tommy McGinn (800m) of Fredericton.
Jul 5 2011 - Legion Provincial Wrap up
NB Legion Provincial
Over 250 Athletes took part in the 2011 Legion Provincial Championships on Saturday June 25th. This meet saw lots of great performances including a total of 13 New Brunswick Provincial Record.
Here is a complete list of the records established
Midget 200m hurdles
400m T54 women
Bantam 80m hurdles
Youth 300m hurdles
Amy Lynn Grant
Bantam 80m Hurdles
Midget Pentathlon2216 points
Congradulation to these athletes and to all of those who took part in the event
Full results are available here:
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