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Nov 30 2014 - New Brunswick Shines at 2014 National Cross Country Championships

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 4km course in a time of 16:00 to finish 24th, while teammate Alexondra Kiely finished completed the course in a time of 18:04 to finish 104th.

In the senior women's race, Sarah Macpherson of Fredericton, competing for Fredericton Fast Tracks, finished the 8km course in a time of 31:49 to finish 31st.

In the master men's race, Alex Coffin of Saint John, competing for Saint John Track Club, finished the 8km course with a time of 30:29 to finish 14th and 3rd in his age group.

In the senior men's race, Ryan Cassidy of Grande-Digue and Barry Britt of Hampton once again took up the challenge after their incredible results last year, finishing 4th and 5th, respectively. At this year's championships, Cassidy and Britt switched positions, with Britt finishing 4th and Cassidy 5th. Britt finished with a time of 32:36, just 3 seconds behind the bronze medal position, while Cassidy finished with a time of 32:39, just 3 seconds behind Britt! To round out the senior men, Grant Handrigan of Moncton finished 62nd with a time of 38:17.

Britt and Cassidy, having both finished in the top 6 at the championships, have been selected to compete for Team Canada at the NACAC Cross Country Championships in Barranquilla, Colombia, and the World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China! Having competed in the 2011 championships, this will be Britt's second time competing at the World Cross Country Championships, and Cassidy's first.   

"I was really pleased with my race result. I wanted to get up front and mix it up with the leaders and go for the win, and if I couldn't win I wanted to keep it together and stay top 5. Putting myself in the position to represent Canada again on the international stage is an incredible feeling and it good to have a strong New Brunswick presence in the race with me and Ryan finishing 4th and 5th," said Barry Britt.

"I'm extremely pleased with my race and for qualifying for the national team with Barry. He's a good friend of mine and an excellent runner, so finishing the race right behind him was great." said Ryan Cassidy.   

Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick, added "These results are great for our province to be the only province to have 2 athletes in the top 5 in the Senior Race is simply Incredible. Both Barry and Ryan work very hard and the whole province should be proud of them."

Full Results can be found here:

Nov 30 2014 - Chris Robertson sets new Pentathlon Provincial Record

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 and Field Team.

Robertson had this to say: ‘’to be seeing results this strong early in the season is the result of the tremendous support I have been receiving over the last two years returning from injury. The 7 meter long jump mark and 2 meter high jump marks are very close and to achieve those in the midst of a strong pentathlon score would make an excellent final year as a university athlete. I’m looking forward to representing New Brunswick to the best of my potential in March at the CIS National Championships in Windsor.’’


Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick added ‘’ Chris is among our top athletes showing that New Brunswick can compete among the best in Canada , to do this in his first competition of the year is outstanding.’’


Full results of the Bob Vigar meet can be found here:

Nov 29 2014 - Athletics New Brunswick names its 2014 awards winners

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, Canterbury)


Male Midget athlete of the year

Pier-Luc McGraw (APA, Tracadie)


Female youth athlete of the year

Luisa Schwarz, Fredericton (FLTC)


Male youth athlete of the year

Brady Graves (SJTC, Saint John)


Female junior athlete of the year

Katie Robinson, Saint John (SJTC)


Male junior athlete of the year

Pierre Dumouchel (SJTC, Saint John)            


Senior female athlete of the year

Grace Annear (SJTC, Hampton)


Senior male athlete of the year

Caleb Jones (SJTC, Saint John)


Para Athlete of the year

Christel Robichaud (ASEA, Moncton)


Master Athlete of the year

Paul Gautier (SJTC, Rothesay)         


ANB Team of the year

CDN Jeux de la Francophonie Athleltics Team


2013 Cross Country U19 male athlete of the year

Lee Wesselius (ASEA Riverglade)


2013 Cross Country Senior male athlete of the year

Barry Britt  Hampton SJTC


2013 Cross country Female U19 junior athlete of the year

Katie Robinscon, Saint John , SJTC


2013 Cross Country Female athlete of the year

Geneviève Lalonde Moncton O2


Coach of the year

Steve LeBlanc Moncton


Official of the year

Verne Cunnigham , Bocabec


‘Harold Nicholson’ Volunteer of the year

Mathieu Lagacé , Dieppe


 ‘’2014 was a result of the great continuance of our program. Our coaches, volunteers and athletes achieved amazing feats’’ said Gabriel LeBlanc Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick ‘’ It was extremely difficult for our selection committee to choose the winners as we had so many worthy candidates ’’ added LeBlanc.


For pictures of our Awards Gala go to :

Nov 24 2014 - New Brunswick Athletes set to run at XC Nationals

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 Brunswick in the 5000m at the 2013 Canada Games.

On the men's side:

 Alex Coffin of Saint John will compete in the Masters 8km event in the 45-50 category.

New Brunswick will have 2 elite athletes in the Men’s senior race with Ryan Cassidy from Grand Digue and Barry Britt of Hampton taking part in the 10km event. Also joining Britt and Cassidy in the senior men is Grant Handrigan of Moncton. 

At least years National Championships Cassidy was 4th and Britt 5th both had qualified to be on Team Canada for the NACAC Cross Country Championships. Britt is the defending National 10 000m champion on the track while Cassidy finished 7th just 2 weeks ago at the CIS Championships.

This year both will try to qualify for both the NACAC Cross Country Championships and the IAAF World Championships.  The NACAC will take place in Barranquilla, Colombia in early March, while the IAAF World will take place on March 28th in Guiyang, China. 

‘’We have some great athletes going to compete in Vancouver ‘‘said Gabriel LeBlanc Technical director of Athletics New Brunswick. ‘’Both Britt and Cassidy have excellent chance of finishing in the top 10 and could very well be part of The National team’’ added LeBlanc

The events take place at Jericho Beach Park in Vancouver, BC and over 650 athletes from all across the country will compete.

Full entry list available here:

Nov 21 2014 - 15th Annual Gagetown Track and Field Meet on Saturday Nov 29th!

The first indoor track competition of the season in New Brunswick is set for Saturday, November 29th. The Gagetown Invitational is celebrating its 15th anniversary! As always, many of the province’s high profile athletes will be competing at the beautiful Camp Gagetown Indoor facility.

Athletes from all around the province will be competing, including athletes representing the University of New Brunswick, St Thomas and University de Moncton.

“ This is always an exciting meet with many athletes attempting to set new provincial records before entering a new age group in the new year’’ said Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick. ‘’ It’s great to be celebrating our 15th year of this meet which has been host to the establishment of countless provincial records, and is always a fixture on people calendars’ added LeBlanc

The completion starts at 10am at Camp Gagetown and offers multiple running, jumping and throwing events for all ages. The last events will wrap up by 4pm. Over the past 15 years over 3000 athletes have competed at this event.  Athletes as young as 6 years and old up to 86 have given their best on one of Canada’s best indoor facility.

‘We have a great relationship with the CFB Gagetown and it’s a wonderful partnership that allows us to grow the sport of track and field in New Brunswick.’ Said Athletics NB president Bill MacMackin

Anyone interested in participating must register online by 11:59pm on Tuesday, November 25th, and there is a $10 registration fee per event.  Athletes finishing in the top 8 in their events will receive a ribbon.

The event is open to spectators at no charge.

More information about the competition is available at

Following the event, ANB will host its annual Awards Gala where athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers will be awarded for their excellence over the past year.

Nov 19 2014 - Meet Olympian Jared Connaughton

Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to present an evening with Olympic Jared Connaughton.  From 6:30pm to 7:30pm on Saturday November 22, at the Université de Moncton CEPS facility, the public are invited to come meet the 2x Olympian.  Jared will present on his experiences as an Olympic and World Championships participant, and answer questions from the audience.  He will also be available for autographs and photos.

Admission will be $5 at the door for those not participating in the 2014 Sprints & Hurdles Summit.  There will be draw prizes of autographed items and photos.  

Some facts and statistics on Jared Connaughton:

·         2008 and 2012 Olympic Games participant

·         2009 and 2011 IAAF World Championships participant

·         Multiple time Canadian Champion

For more biographical information, see

Nov 18 2014 - Thank you Coaches!


Athletics New Brunswick would like to take this time to acknowledge the great work of all its coaches!  Your dedication to our sport and our youth is truly amazing.  Thank you!

Take a moment to say "Thank You Coach" in celebration of coaches week from November 13th to November 20th, 2014.  

For more detail about NB coaches week go to:

Nov 12 2014 - Support Your New Brunswick Athletes By Purchasing a 2015 ANB Calendar

Athletics New Brunswick (ANB) is extremely excited to present our first ever ANBTeam Calendar, featuringa number of New Brunswick’s High Performance athletes. These calendars are on sale now at:

Each calendar purchased will directly support the training of New Brunswick’s High Performance athletes. Thank you to our great sponsors, namely Sasha Onyshchenko from Kravetz Photographics who took the amazing photos featured in the calendar, The Radical Edge, Envirrem Organics Inc and Trites Orthodontics.Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, a greater portion of the profits cango directly towards supporting our New Brunswick athletes.

What makes this calendar extra special is the option to sponsor a specific athlete or the whole team with your purchase. When checking out, you’ll be prompted to use the“In support of:”dropdown menu and you may choose to support the whole High Performance team or a specific athlete. Additional donations are also appreciated and can be made by contacting:

"We are incredibly excited to begin the sale of these calenders, as it is not just a chance to purchase a great item, but also a way to support high performance athletes," said Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick. "Many of these athletes have dreams of international medals and representing our nation at the Olympics, and the costs to train at that level are very high."

At $15, these calendars make great Christmas presents and are an amazing way to support the Olympic dreams ofNew Brunswick’s track and field and cross-country athletes. Show your support for athletics in New Brunswick by purchasing now:

Preview of a page of the 2015 calendar :

Nov 10 2014 - New Brunswick athletes shine at CIS XC Championships

The Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Cross Country Championships took place this past Saturday in Saint John's, Newfoundland. Memorial University hosted a fantastic meet and despite the hectic weather, New Brunswick athletes placed very well. The weather proved to be one of the craziest of all CIS Championships with on and off rain and 110km per hour winds!


Women’s 6km event

- Katie Robinson of Saint John, competing for the University of New Brunswick, finished 67th, an improvement on her 69th place at last year's event.

-Clare McGrath, of Woodstock  a rookie for the university of Ottawa finished in 94th place in 25:45.


Men’s 10km event

- Ryan Cassidy of Grande-Digue, competing for University of Victoria, ran an incredible race, finished 7th in a time of 34:10, just one spot off of his 6th place finish at last year's championships. Cassidy was named the Canada West Men's MVP and was named one of the First-Team All Canadians.

- Matt McNeil of Saint John, competing for Dalhousie University, ran an amazing race, well exceeding his ranking coming into the event. McNeil placed 12th with a time of 34:32 and was by far the top Atlantic finisher, with the next Atlantic runner only placing 30th. McNeil was named one of the Second-Team All Canadians. Teammate and Rookie Angus MacIntosh of Riverview placed 91st in 37:38. The Dalhousie Tigers finished 11th overall. 

- Lee Wesselius of River Glade, competing for St. F.X., placed 48th in 36:03 and was the third runner on his team, which placed 9th overall.


"These results are incredible for the province of New Brunswick", said Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick. "To have two runners in the top 12 in one of the strongest races in Canada is absolutely outstanding!" he added. 


Full Results can be found here:

Nov 8 2014 - 2 New Brunswick athletes named to Athletics Canada Athlete Assistance Program

Athletics New Brunswick is EXTREMELY proud to announce that two of its members, distance runner Geneviève Lalonde of Moncton and javelin thrower Caleb Jones of Saint John have been named to the Athletics Canada Athlete Assistance Program (AAP).  This program aims to assist international calibre athletes with their training and competition needs through the provision of a living and training allowance and where applicable, tuition expenses.

The AAP supports carded athletes in dealing with the increasing demands of pursuing both high performance sports as well as their career development that will eventually follow their athletic career.

‘’This announcement is very exciting for our program. Both of these athletes have invested a lot to get this level. In fact it was during an extended stay competing in Europe Geneviève established her AAP standards,’’ said Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick.  ‘’We are extremely proud of both Geneviève and Caleb. To achieve their Olympic dreams, athletes of this caliber have to travel to various camps and competitions, and often the financial burden is a significant hurdle. This funding will definitely help these two athletes over the next year as they strive to represent Canada on the international stage,’’ added LeBlanc. 

LeBlanc is quick to add that “There is almost an exponential cost as elite athletes move up into the international scene. With over a half a dozen NB athletes now with realistic 2016 and 2020 Olympic ambitions, it is essential that we at ANB find additional sources of funding,’’ said Steve LeBlanc, high performance coordinator for Athletics New Brunswick.  “To this end, we will be launching a new multi-year fundraising initiative aimed at increasing ANB’s support for these international-class athletes, an initiative we hope will see government, corporations and individuals participating. This effort has already started with the sale of ANB’s 2015 calendar that features New Brunswick’s best’’ added LeBlanc.


About Geneviève Lalonde

Geneviève Lalonde, of Moncton, is one of Canada’s top distance runners.  She started running in grade 4 while at Ste Bernadette School and never looked back. She certainly found her first colours through the Jeux de l’Acadie, and then represented New Brunswick at the Legion National program and Canada Games.  She is a graduate of l’Odyssée High school in Moncton.

She holds numerous provincial and national records, including the national record in the 2000m steeplechase set at the 2013 Canada Games. She recently finished her University career at Guelph, winning multiple CIS medals, and is currently doing her masters study in Geography at the same university. She trains at one of Canada’s premier track and field clubs, Guelph’s Speed River Track and Field.  She represented Canada on numerous occasions, including Moncton’s 2010 IAAF World Juniors when she electrified with a 6th place finish.  


About Caleb Jones

Caleb Jones, an imposing and powerful athlete, was introduced to his track and field career as a grade 10 student at the National Legion Championships that was held in Oromocto in 2007.  Prior to that, Caleb had been both a football and baseball player while attending Saint John High School.

One short year after, not only did Caleb represented New Brunswick at these championships but won the national title.  Just 2 years into the sport, he was able to represent Canada at the 2010 World Juniors in Moncton, where he finished in the top 10!  A gold medal winner at the 2013 Canada Games, Caleb also placed 2nd at the National Championships in Moncton last summer. Caleb trains out of the Saint John Track Club under the guidance of Athletics Canada hall of famer, Dr Earl Church of Shediac Cape.  He is currently in Finland at a training camp that will lead into the World Javelin Conference.

More about the APP program:

Nov 7 2014 - Canada Games Coach application

Once again, we are headed into preparation for the next Canada Games which will be held in Winnipeg in 2017. The Jeux Canada Games Program is one of the most important programs that we participate in because of the public’s attention and media spotlight during Games years. The Games are also significant to ANB as they are directly tied to the association’s funding and the overall view of the association in our province.

The association will be beginning the selection of the coaching staff for the 2017 Games . For more information please go to :

Applications will be accepted from November 6 2014 until December 10, 2014

Nov 6 2014 - Several New Brunswick athletes set to run at CIS Cross Country Championships

The Canadian Interuniversity Sport  (CIS) CrossCountry Championships are set to take place this Saturday, November 8th, in St. John’s, NFLD. A total of 6 New Brunswick athletes will be making the trip to compete against the best university distance runners in Canada

One the women's side:

-Clare McGrath of Woodstock , a rookie for the University of Ottawa after placing 50th in the Ontario University Cross Country Championships

-Katie Robinson of Saint John will represent the University of New Brunswick after she was able to finish 5th in the Atlantic University Championships.

On the men's side:

Ryan Cassidy of  Grand Digue running for the University of Victoria will be aiming for a medal position after placing 6th at last year’s CIS Championships .

Matt McNeil of Saint John will wear the colors of Dalhousie University. McNeil finished 2nd at the AUS Championships 2 weeks ago.

Angus Macintosh a rookie from Riverview who also runs for Dalhousie University will also compete after finishing 15th at the recent AUS Championships.

Lee Wesselius of River Glade will run for St. FX University. Wesselius placed 5th at the AUS Championships.


 “The CIS Cross-Country championships is one of the most competitive races in Canada.  The depth and difficulty in competition is huge and for New Brunswick to have six athletes competing in 2014 shows our competitiveness at the national level.  We wish all of our athletes the best of luck,’’ said Gabriel LeBlanc technical director of Athletics New Brunswick

Start list can be found here click here:

Nov 5 2014 - Great Results for Team NB at the Atlantic Cross Country Championships

This past Sunday, the Atlantic Cross Country Championships took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia with a large contingent of New Brunswickers competing. Despite very wet conditions, Team New Brunswick performed incredibly well, capturing 12 individual medals! Team NB also won 3 out of the 4 team banners awarded.

Medalists include:

- Marin Macpherson of Quispamsis won silver in the girls aged 8-9 1000m race, coming in with a time of 4:50.92, just over 4 seconds behind the gold medal winner.

- Gabrielle Cote of Saint Louis de Kent won silver in the girls aged 10-11 1000m race, coming in with a time of 4:14.61, just less than three seconds ahead of the bronze medal winner and the fourth place finisher.

- Hannah Trites of Fredericton claimed gold in the bantam girl’s 2500m race, winning with a time of 9:22.42, over 40 seconds ahead of her closest competitor! Maddie Stevens of Saint John was 3rd in 10:36.11.

- Kathleen O'Keefe of Saint John won bronze in the midget girl’s 3500m race, coming in with a time of 15:45.45, just over 10 seconds ahead of the fourth place finisher.

- Sisters Emma and Megan Fudge of Saint George took gold and silver, respectively, in the youth girls 3500m race, coming in with times of 14:18.99 and 14:19.61, while the bronze medalist finished almost a whole minute later!

- Olivier Priemer of Sackville won gold in the boys aged 10-11 1000m race, finishing with a time of 4:05.52, while teammate Ethan Finnigan of Saint John took bronze with a time of 4:39.14.


- Logan Reid of Dorchestertook silver in the midget boy’s 2500m race, finishing with a time of 9:13.55, over 8 seconds ahead of the bronze medalist.


- Dakota Kelly of Riverview won bronze in the midget boy’s 3500m race, finishing with a time of 12:47.99, just less than 17 seconds behind the gold and silver medalists, but over 50 seconds ahead of the fourth place finisher!


- Brady Graves of Saint John took gold in the youth boy’s 5000m race, finishing with a time of 17:41.14, over 20 seconds ahead of his next closest competitor.


"Excellent results for Team New Brunswick once again, winning all but one team banner, we also had some excellent individual results " said Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick. "This will wrap up the season for most non-university New Brunswick runners, except for those to compete at the Canadian Cross Country Championships, to be held in Vancouver on November 29th."  

Full Results can be found here:


The championships marked the ending of the cross country season in the Maritimes, with just the CIS Championships and the Canadian Cross Country Championships left in the season. With the cross country season over, the indoor season begins with the Gagetown Invitational, taking place on November 29th. More information about the meet can be found here:

Nov 3 2014 - Lots of ANB members among Sport NB's Konica Minolta Sport Awards

Sport New Brunswick announced this morning the names of the finalists for the annual Konica Minolta Sport Awards and once again Athletics New Brunswick Members are very well represented.! In fact Athletics as the most nomination from any sports in New Brunswick with 8 finalist/winners!

In the Comfort Inn Female Athlete of the Year ANB has 2 athletes in nomination Distance runner Geneviève Lalonde ( Moncton) & Thrower Christel Robichaud( Moncton). Javelin thrower Caleb Jones from Saint John is a finalist as Comfort Inn Male Athlete of the Year.

The Jeux de la Francophonie Athletics Team is up for BrunNet Team of the Year. While wheelchair racer Veronica Coombes (Shediac Cape) is nominated for the Spirit of Sport award.


Nadia Wysote (Listuguj) is a finalist for the President’s Award Female while Pierre Dumouchel (Quispamsis)  is up for the Male President’s Award.


We are also extremely proud to announce that Steve LeBlanc (Riverview) will be presented the Boston Pizza Male Coach of the Year!


Also our good friends at L'Acadie Nouvelle will receive the Outstanding Media Coverage!


Congratulations to all finalist! 

For Full List of Nominees please go to:

“Every year the selection committee has a difficult job in narrowing the field of nominees to our finalists; there are a number of deserving nominations each year.” said Darcy McKillop, Chief Executive Officer of Sport NB. “Among our finalists we have athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers who have been involved at all levels of sport, from grassroots to international competitions.”

The Konica Minolta Sport Awards recognize the accomplishments of New Brunswick’s top athletes, teams, coaches, officials, and volunteers in amateur sport over the past year.

“Over the past year each of these finalists has done New Brunswick very proud,” said McKillop. “These are the types of people who inspire others to be great, and help see the value in sport participation. New Brunswickers can be very proud of these individuals”.

Nominations were submitted by the Provincial Sport Organizations. Finalists were selected based on their achievements from October 1st 2013-October 1st 2014.  With Konica Minolta’s acquisition of Pitney Bowes Canada's Document Imaging Solutions, they will become the title sponsor of the sport awards for the next five years.

Nov 3 2014 - Atlantic Sprints & Hurdles Summit

Athletics New Brunswick is hosting the first Atlantic Sprints & Hurdles Summit on November 22-23, 2014, in Moncton NB at the Université de Moncton CEPS facility.  This camp will offer athletes and coaches an opportunity to receive training and technical advice from top-level coaches in the sprints & hurdles disciplines as well as other areas of their training and preparation.  The camp will offer a combination of practical training sessions along with classroom sessions aimed at developing all aspects of your sprinting.  Athletes and coaches will work closely with experienced clinicians to help bring a new level to your development.

The clinicians for this year’s Summit will include two-time Olympian and World Championship medalist Jared Connaughton.  Jared has been ranked among the top sprinters in the world, and he will bring his great experience as a member of Canada’s national team to this event.  His development through the Canadian Legion youth track & field program and the Jeux du Canada Games up into the ranks of international sprinting should serve as an example to our athletes to discover their own potential.


Jared will be joined by George Kerr, national team coach in the sprints, hurdles and relays.  George is an IAAF Level 5 Sprints & Hurdles coach with immense international experience.  He has coached many of his athletes to national and international success – these include IAAF World Youth medalist and IAAF World Junior finalist Christian Brennan and Olympian Erica Witter.


Other clinicians will include: Dr. Mike Johnson, exercise physiologist and strength training expert; Mathieu Lagacé, registered massage therapist; Jason Reindl, head coach at UNB and high performance coach with ANB; Steve LeBlanc, head coach at Université de Moncton and director of high performance for ANB.


Novice sessions for pee wee and bantam athletes will take place on Saturday only and will focus on all aspects of sprinting and hurdling.  Advanced sessions are aimed at athletes who are midget age and up with experience in the events, and with a focus on all sprinting and hurdling events from the 60m to the 400m hurdles.  Coaches are invited to take part in technical sessions as well as educational sessions and special coaching workshops throughout the weekend.




Novice (pee wee & bantam athletes)                                                   $25

Advanced (midget to masters athletes)                                               $50

Coach (all technical and educational sessions)                                   $25


The deadline to register is Midnight on November 19th 2014



Registration can be done through

Or for more info, contact Steve LeBlanc at

Nov 2 2014 - ANB partners with Exercise is Medicine Event

ANB is happy to partner with the the Université de Moncton chapter of Exercise is Medicine (EM) is inviting Monctonians of all ages to the for its first race “Run for your Health”. The starting line will be at the Centre d’éducation physique et sports (CEPS ) and the race will take place around campus. This race is an initiative of local university students, who want to promote the benefits of exercise in their community. The event goes on November 9th.


“We want to get people in the community up on their feet, no matter what their age or their level of fitness. Our goal is to make Moncton healthier, and it’s been scientifically proven that exercise can help treat and prevent chronic disease. This is fun opportunity to get moving!” -Naomie Maltais co-founder of EM in Moncton and student in multidisciplinary sciences.

The children’s races will start at 9 a.m. There will be a 500 meter race for youngsters aged five to six, a 1,000 meter for kids seven to eight and a 1,500 meter race for children eleven to fourteen.

There will be two courses for the adults, a 2.5 km and a 5 km. Both races start at 10 a.m. participants can chose to run or walk. Everyone will be timed, should they choose to find out their total time.


Registration can be done online at the as well as in person the morning of the event up to half an hour before the event. The cost for students is $5 online or $7 on-site and the cost for adults is $10 online and $12 the day of the event. Registration for children 14 and under is free. Profits from this race will help Exercice is a Medicine bring further events to the community.


The race could not be made possible without the many volunteers and the event partners; the YMCA and the New Brunswick Medical Association as well as the sponsors; Sobeys, Sequoia Dieppe and Fitworks.


The University of Moncton’s chapter of Exercice is Medicine is the only branch of the international association in atlantic Canada. Exercice is Medicine is an network of health professional that focuses on promoting and awarness of the benifits of physical exercice as a way to prevent illness.

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