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Dec 30 2014 - 2015 Podium Program Athletes
Athletics New Brunswick is very pleased to announce it's 2015 list of Podium Program athletes.
Jillain Beck – STJC, Sophie Black – ASEA,, Lilly Coffin - SJTC, Marie-Pier Cloutier – SJTC,Robyn Davis – Fast Tracks, Alyson Kenny – ASEA, Kyla Hughes – UNA, Sarah Landary – Chaleur, Julia Leblanc – SJTC, Lori-Anne Lefebure – ASEA, Ariane Levesque – Athletisme Restigouche, Hannah Trites – Motley Crew, Chelsey Underhill – FLTC
Cameron Levesque – UNA, Kenneth McGovern – SJTC, Will Oliver – SJTC, Clay Shannon – SJTC, Craig Thorne – SJTC
Jaya Anand – Chaleur, Tamika Bergeron – Restigouhce, Charly Bonga – SJTC, Laura Bonga – SJTC, Alexzandry Caldwell – SJTC, Hannah Cormier – UNA, Simone Delaney – SJTC, Laura Dickinson – ASEA, Danielle Dumouchel - SJTC, Brianna Forbes – ASEA, Rachel Hache – UNA, Chelsey Hall – Fast Tracks, Sara-Eve Noel – Chaleur, Samantha Taylor – Fast Tracks, Anne-Julie Violette – Chaleur,
Philippe Beaudin – Peninsule Acadienne, Jack Berkshire – Fast Tracks, Matthew Butler – Fast Tracks, Olivier Charon – ASEA, Michael Colford – Fast Tracks, Benjamin Dunn – SJTC, Christian Godin – APA, Brady Graves – SJTC, Samuel Guitard – Chaleur, Andrew Leblanc – Fast Tracks, Sebastien Leblanc – ASEA, Nicholas Maclean – ASEA, Francois Poirier – ASEA, Frederic Savoie – Chaleur, Lars Schwarz – FLTC, Alex Smith – SJTC, Clint Steeves – ASEA,Travis Steeves – ASEA,Samuel Watson - FLTC
Podium Program member Sebastien LeBlanc had this to say about the program, “It means a lot to me to be part of the Podium program because it shows how far NB has come in this sport. I see this program helping me achieve my goals for being on the legion and Canada Games teams in the future. It has given me confidence and opportunity to meet new people and make new friendships.”
Marking its third year in existence the Podium Program’s goal is to identify and recognize the top Midget and Youth track and field athletes in the province as well as providing practice and competition opportunities. Program coordinator and High Performance Coach for the province, Jason Reindl, said “New Brunswick continues to show that it has talented athletes and this program aims to keep our 14-17 year olds excited and active in the sport. We want our athletes to be proud of their achievements and recognized for their amazing results.”
Dec 27 2014 - Top 14 of 2014
It has become a tradition for Athletics New Brunswick to publish its top stories of the year and 2014 was once again a magical year for our association with many highlights, records, and great experiences.
Therefore we are extremely proud to present you our Top 14 of 2014!
1. The Year of Britt
Barry Britt proved to have his best year yet, in both the outdoor season, and the cross country season. Ending off last year’s cross country season, in March Barry led Team Canada to a 2nd place finish at the NACAC Cross Country Championships, placing 4th individually. To kick off the outdoor season, Britt raced against 2012 Olympic 5000m and 10000m gold medalist Mo Farah at the Portland Track Festival, placing 16th with an incredible time of 14:01.38. Just two weeks later, Britt competed at the Canadian Track and Field Championships in Moncton, claiming the gold medal with a new provincial record of 30:10.81. In the cross country season, Barry proved dominance with a 4th place finish at the Canadian Cross Country Championships, earning him a spot on Team Canada for the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China and the PanAmerican Cross Country Cup in Barranquilla, Colombia.
2. Summer of Christel Robichaud
In 2014, Christel Robichaud showed the world what she could do ! Her seasonal best in the discus of 16m01 and her 5m88 shot put are not only provincial records, but also national records. These excellent performances qualified Robichaud for the IWAS World Junior Games in the UK, where she won a silver medal in the discus throw.
3. Genviève Lalonde’s Summer
Genviève Lalonde had a fantastic summer season in both the 1500m and the 3000m steeplechase. At the Canadian Championships in Moncton, her hometown, Lalonde ran an incredible race to win bronze in the 3000m steeplechase with a time of 10:00.83. Lalonde then travelled to several European destinations to compete against many of the world’s greatest athletes, and in a 1500m race in Lapinlahti, Finland, Lalonde broke the provincial record with a time of 4:16.46. Just two weeks later in a 3000m steeplechase race Ninove, Belgium, Lalonde broke the provincial record with a time of 9:50.79, a time that ranks her as the 3rd fastest Canadian ever in the event. This time would have been a national record if done just months prior!
4. Caleb Jones’ Season
Caleb Jones once again proved he is ever improving with an incredible outdoor season that took him all the way to Finland to compete in the Äänekoski Games. In early June, Jones headed to Finland train under some of the world’s greatest javelin coaches, and while there competed in the Äänekoski Games, throwing a new best of 76.20m! Jones then headed to the Canadian Championships in Moncton where he claimed silver while throwing in front of a home crowd. To finish off the season, Caleb threw a new provincial record of 76.66m to place 1st at the Ontario Senior Championships. With the world championships and Olympic Games coming in the next two years, there are exciting opportunities for Caleb!
5. Britt and Cassidy’s XC season
Barry Britt, already having an incredible season, joined up with Ryan Cassidy, who had been forced to sit out most of the year tending a foot injury, at the Canadian Cross Country Championships. At the 2013 championships, Cassidy had placed 4th and Britt 5th, but this year the duo swapped places, with Britt finishing 4th and Cassidy 5th. Both athletes were named to Team Canada for the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China and the PanAmerican Cross Country Cup in Barranquilla, Colombia. Just 3 weeks prior, Cassidy was named the CanWest Men's MVP and a First-Team All Canadian after a 7th place finish at the CIS Cross Country Championships.
6. New Brunswick at the Jeux de la Francophonie Canadienne
The New Brunswick athletics team at the Jeux de la Francophonie Canadienne dominated the track scene, coming away with a record medal haul. The 20 athletes selected for the team achieved 44 medals, breaking Team NB’s former record of 42 medals. The record medal hall was comprised of 21 gold, 17 silver, and 6 bronze. To top this, the team set 6 games records and won the athletics banner at the event!
7. Year of Annear
Grace Annear of Hampton dominated the 600m/800m scene this year, winning countless medals and breaking several records. To start the season with a bang, Annear won the 600m at the McGill Team Challenge, smashing the provincial record by over a second and setting a meet record with a time of 1:30.72. Just a month later at the CanWest Conference Championships, Annear won bronze in the 600m, again breaking the provincial record with a time of 1:30.18, and was a member of the University of Victoria 4x400m and 4x800m teams, winning gold in both events. At the CIS Championships two weeks later, Annear took silver in the 600m, smashing the record once more, this time to 1:29.18, and was a member of the 4x800m team which claimed gold, and the 4x400m team which claimed silver. In the outdoor season, Annear placed 3rd at the Aileen Meagher International Track Classic, smashing the 800m provincial record with a time of 2:05.20. Annear then capped off her season with a 10th place finish at the national championships in Moncton.
8. Steve LeBlanc Coach of the year for Sport NB
Once again Athletics New Brunswick was very well represented at the Sport NB Konica Minolta Annual Awards Gala. At this year’s gala, Steve LeBlanc of Riverview was awarded the 2014 Boston Pizza Male Coach of the Year. Steve’s Athletes had an extremely successful year in many different aspects. He was the primary coach of 10 athletes on ANB’s High Performance Team (6 “A” Team & “4” B Team) as well as co-coach or consulting coach with countless others. Notable athletes include Stephanie Doiron, who broke the outdoor provincial high jump record, and Christel Robichaud who set 2 Canadian Records and won a silver medal at the IWAS World Junior Games in the United Kingdom.
Steve’s dedication to our sport is simply incredible and is a true resource for many coaches in New Brunswick. He offers many NCCP coaching courses and is always willing to help at various competitions. LeBlanc was also named the 2013 Coach of the Year for L’Univeristé de Moncton.
9. Great Results at Nationals indoors
New Brunswick athletes had a very successful National Indoor Championships in March, achieving 9 medals, including 5 gold.
- Pierre Dumouchel (SJTC) of Quispamsis stood at the top of the podium twice, first winning the junior 1500m in 4:08.28 and later the junior 800m in 2:01.45.
- Liam Turgeon (ARA) of Tide Head finished 1st in the junior boy’s shot put with a throw of 13.83m.
- Jason Bouchard (FLTC) of Oromocto won the open men’s 200m breaking his own New Brunswick record with a time of 22.17. He also finished 4th in the 400m in a time of 50.06.
- Victoria LeBlanc of Saint John (SJTC) won the bronze medal in the youth long jump with a 5m36 performance. She also finished 10th in the 200m with a time of 27.30.
- Alexa-Maude Mallais of Moncton (ASEA) captured a pair of medals, first winning silver in the 60m in a time of 7.93, and later the gold in the 200m with a time of 26.67.
- Monika LeBlanc of Dieppe (ASEA) also captured 2 medals, winning bronze in both the junior long jump (4.74m) and junior triple jump (9.65m).
Other notable results from these championships include:
-Luisa Schwarz (FLTC) of Fredericton finished 5th in the youth 1500m breaking both the youth and junior record with a time of 4:39.59 , she also finished 5th in the 3000m in a time of 10:03.23
- Laura Dickinson of Miramichi (ASEA) broke the midget girls 3000m New Brunswick record by finishing 7th in the youth girl’s race in 10:26.68 she also finished 10th in the 1500m in a time of 4:54.29.
- Andrew LeBlanc (FFT) of Fredericton is finished 4th in the youth 800m with a time of 2:02.3.
- Brady Graves (SJTC) of Saint John finished 9th in the youth 1500m with a new personal best time of 4:22.32. and was 7th in the youth 3000m in a time of 9:22.55.
- Sebastien LeBlanc (ASEA) of Dieppe finished 7th in the youth 60m Hurdles in a time of 9.59
- Clint Steeves (ASEA) of Riverglade finished 9th in the youth triple jump in a new personal best of 12m00. He was also able to finish 7th in the Long jump with a jump of 5m89 .
- Taylor Dunn of Fredericton (SJTC) finished 7th in the youth 800m in 2:26.35 she also finished 13th in the 1500m in a time of 5:02.89.
10. Paul Gautier’s Season
Master Athlete Paul Gauthier of Rothesay had an exceptional season once again. In 2014, the 49 year old was ranked first in Canada in 6 different M45-49 events!
However it was on October 4th at the Fall Throw’s Meet in Moncton where Gautier really made a name for himself. He broke not one but two national masters’ records in the men’s 45-49 age group. He first set a new mark in the Weight Throw by tossing the 35lb weight a distance of 13.48m, breaking the existing national record of 13.27m, set by George Puce of Ontario back in 1986. Gautier also broke the M45 Canadian Throws Pentathlon record with a score of 3471 points, breaking the previous Canadian record of 3317 set back in 2009 by Richard Parkinson of Ontario.
His pentathlon score ranked Paul 6th in the WORLD in the M45-49 category. This incredible feat is even more impressive as Paul was changing age groups less than 3 weeks after this meet.
Typically in master’s athletics, athletes set records when they enter the age group, so to set a national 45-49 record as a 49 and 11 month old is truly amazing. Additionally, Paul is coming back from a herniated disc that he suffered in March, 2013, which kept him out most of last year. He was named ANB’s Master Athlete of the year.
11. NB Athletics at North American Indigenous Games
New Brunswick had an incretible performance at the 2014North American Indigenous Games in Regina, SK! In fact the team came home with 14 medals, a new record for New Brunswick at these Games!
Nadia Wysote (Gold U19 200m, Gold 400m, Gold 800m)
Tyrell Marin (Gold U16 100m, Silver U16 Long Jump, Bronze 300m)
Isaiah Francis (Gold U19 400m, Bronze Triple Jump)
U 19 4x400m Girls Relay (Gold)
Dusty Augustine (Silver U16 200m, Bronze 100m)
Patrick Dennis (Silver U19 Shot put, Bronze Discus)
U 19 Male 4x400m (Silver)
ANB is extremely proud of these athletes and their performances. We have been working hard on growing athletics within our aboriginal population so we are hoping these results will inspire more aboriginal youths to give athletics a try.
The North American Indigenous Games is hosted every three years alternating between Canada and the United States of America. This year they were held in Regina from July 20-27.The event showcased unity, sport, culture, youth, volunteerism and team work between First Nations, Metis and Non-Indigenous communities. The theme of the Regina 2014 North American Indigenous Games was “Raising the Bar” and regrouped over 3500 athletes, 1000 coaches, 200 team managers and over 4000 volunteers.
12. First Sprint Hurdle Summit in Moncton
Athletics New Brunswick held its first ever Atlantic Sprints & Hurdles Summit on November 22-23, 2014, in Moncton NB. This 2 day camp offered 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.
Over 60 participants took part in this amazing opportunity, which saw athletes work with clinicians such include two-time Olympian and World Championship medalist Jared Connaughton and multiple time national team coach George Kerr.
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.
13. Two Members into Athletics Canada Hall of Fame
Athletics Canada’s Hall of Fame grew by 11 in 2014 as five athletes, two builders, a coach, and three in memoriam were inducted on June 26th in Moncton.
Among the 2014 class are two of New Brunswick's most devoted volunteers: Harold Nicholson and Leroy Washburn.
Harold Nicholson (In memoriam, 1947-2013)
Harold served as president of Athletics New Brunswick from 1989 to 2011, he was a leader in shaping the sport in New Brunswick and is a major factor for where it is today. Many important strides were taken during his time as president including the development of the organizations policies and implementing its online presence. Harold was a key component in bringing the 2010 World Junior Championships and its legacy to Moncton and New Brunswick, noting at the time “Moncton 2010 is a dream come true. The legacy this event leaves for our sport in New Brunswick is awesome and the event will focus on the sport of track and field. We have come a very long way.” Harold also coached teams to the Canadian Legion Youth Championships and Canada Games for many years.
Leroy Washburn of Oromocto, N.B., has been involved with the Royal Canadian Legion track and field program since 1975. He has been involved as one of Canada’s top officials for over 60 years. He played a key role in leading the standardization and improvement of the Canadian officiating program. Leroy officiated at the 1967 Pan American Games, 1976 Olympic Games, 1986 Commonwealth Games, and 1979 World Cup. He was also an International Technical Official at the 1994 Pan American Games and 1996 Olympic Games. Aside from officiating Leroy served as the Athletics New Brunswick president from 1984-1987, he was Chef de mission for the 1987 World Student Games, Vice President of the New Brunswick Special Olympic Association, coached and was the union representative for St. Thomas University Athletics, and personal coach to Hal Marrill; a three time bronze medallist between the 1992 and 1996 Paralympic Games. “I am very pleased to be a part of this induction Class with so many I know and have had connections with throughout my lifetime,” notes Leroy.
14. 2 Athletes get carding
Distance runner Geneviève Lalonde of Moncton and javelin thrower Caleb Jones of Saint John were named in 2014 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.
Other Honorable mentions:
- 2 ANB members among CIS Cross Country All-Canadian (Ryan Cassidy and Matt McNeil)
- James Brace captured 2 Medals at the 2014 Canadian Championships (gold in Para Shot put, Silver in Para Discus)
-Shayne Dobson Gold at the 2014 Canadian Championships T37 1500m
-Stephanie Doiron Break Senior Women’s High Jump record
-Sydney Macdonald Breaks 33 year old Heptathlon record
-Chris Robertson breaks outdoor Decathlon & Indoor Pentathlon Records
Athletics New Brunswick would like to wish everyone a happy and successful 2015!
Dec 22 2014 - Last chance meet Recap
The Last Chance Meet, hosted by ASEA Track Club and Université de Moncton, took place this past Saturday with many athletes from across the Maritimes competing. This was the last meet of the calendar year, and thus the last chance for many athletes to break provincial records before moving up an age class. 6 provincial records were set, along with many personal bests.
- Hannah Trites (MOT) of Fredericton broke the bantam girl's 1200m record with a best of 3:51.05, beating the former record of 3:56.00 set by Chelsey Hall in 2011.
- Jillian Beck (SJTC) of Public Landing set a new record in the midget girl's weight throw with a best of 6.61m.
- Sara Miller (ASEA) of Grande-Digue set a new record in the senior women's pole vault with a height of 2.30m.
- Bobbi-Jo Wagner (ASEA) of Moncton set a new masters 35-40 record in the 1000m with a time of 4:56.80.
- Braden Harrison (FLTC) of Fredericton broke the youth boy's 300m record with a time of 36.76, beating the former record of 36.93 set by Matthew McLaughlin just last year.
- Paul Thibodeau (ASEA) of Moncton broke the masters 50-55 record in the 1000m with a time of 3:19.02, beating the former record by just 0.42.
Other notable results include:
-Stéphanie Doirion of Colette (UdeM) jumped 1m70 to win the senior women’s high jump this is the highest jump in the country this year and only 3cm away from the Automatic standard for the CIS Championships
-Mike Tate of Antigonish won the 3000m in a blistering time of 8:24.14. This time breaks the Ceps stadium of 8:25.7 that was held by 2 time Olympian Joel Bourgeois (set back in 1991)
"It is fantastic to see our athletes finish the year in such a strong way," said Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick. "These results show that our athletes are consistently improving in all age groups, from our youngest athlete’s right up to our oldest!"
Full Results can be found here: http://anb.ca/2014lastchance
The next meet to take place in the province is the Moncton Jumpstart Athletics Open, taking place on January 17th, 2015.
Dec 21 2014 - Happy Holidays from ANB!
Athletics New Brunswick would like to wish you and yours a Happy Holiday and prosperous New Year!
Please note that ANB's office will be closed from December 23rd to January 5th .
We hope to see you in 2015!
Dec 18 2014 - Moncton to host Last Chance meet this Saturday
The 8th edition of the Last Chance Track and Field Meet is set to take place this Saturday, with many of the Maritimes' best athletes competing.
Competition starts at 10am at the Ceps of Là,université de Moncton and sshould conclude by 5pm. Over 160 Atletes are registered including many New Brunswick record holders will be competing, including:
- Stephanie Doiron of Colette who, after coming off a record breaking outdoor season, will compete in the high jump, This past summer she jumped 1m78. She could very well break the Indoor record of 1m77.
- New Brunswick's two best female throwers, Elizabeth MacDonald and Naomie Maltais will compete in the shot put and the weight throw.MacDonald is the provincial record holder in the weight throw, as well as the outdoor hammer throw.
- Chris Robertson, competing for ASEA, who just recently broke the senior men's pentathlon record, will compete in the high jump and 60m hurdles, the latter of which he also holds the provincial record for.
- Ben Fowler, competing for UNB, who holds the outdoor youth octathlon record, will be competing in the 60m hurdles, long jump, and high jump.
Several events are also lined up with many great athletes, including:
The men's 60m will feature Mike Whitcomb, Artabaz Nazari, Jacob Hayes, Alexander Williston, and Brandon Cleghorn, all from the University of New Brunswick.
The men's 600m will feature Jean-Marc Doiron of ASEA, Dan Brown of UNB, Brandon LeBlanc of St. Thomas University, and Alexandre Coholan of UdeM,
The men's 3000m will feature Brady Graves of SJTC, and Angus MacIntosh and Matt McNeil of Dalhousie University. Canadian Junior 1500m Champion and multiple time member of Team Canada, Mike Tate of Nova Scotia will also be racing the 3000m.
‘’ This meet provides a great early opportunity for our athletes ‘, said Gabriel LeBlanc Technical Director of Athletics New Brusniwck. ‘’We have some of the best athletes in Canada, this gives them one last chance to get a performance in before the new year so it should be very exciting’’ added LeBlanc
The full entry list can be found here: www.trackie.com/online-registration/entries.php?event_viewing_id=999999&id=1768
The full meet package can be found here: www.trackie.com/online-registration/images/uploads/race_director_13/info_1768_1.pdf?rand=2035386710
Dec 14 2014 - Last chance meet set for Saturday
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
Dec 11 2014 - 2015 ANB Membership
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!
Dec 10 2014 - ANB Great Idea Contest
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 advance for your contribution
Dec 1 2014 - 15th Annual Gagetown Indoor Meet Recap
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 3 years ago at this same competition. Sara-Eve also won the youth Shot put with a toss of 11m26
- Three new records were set in the master women's 60m event, with Lucie Pinet (SJTC) establishing a new record in the 40-45 category, finishing with a time of 9.87, while Sharon Peabody (SJTC) set a new record in the 55-60 age group with a time of 11.18, and Adrienne Cameron (SJTC) establishing a new record in the 65-70 age category with a time of 13.78. All three athletes were from Saint John!
On the men's side:
- David Jefferson (SJTC) of Saint John broke the master men's 70-75 weight throw record with a throw of 12.32m, smashing the former record of 9.28m set by Lloyd Hodgin in 2012. In the shot put event, Dave also broke the shot put record with a new best of 8.46m. Jefferson found his last record in the 60m when he ran 10.56, beating Hodgin's former record by just 0.01!
- Paul Gautier of Rothesay (SJTC) set a new record in the master men's 50-55 weight throw with a best of 16.10m, and broke the existing record in the shot put with a new best of 13.52m.
- Scott McHugh (UNA) of Lincoln improved upon his own master men's 35-40 weight throw record with a new best of 12.99m, beating his former record of 12.55m.
- Joe Hall (FLTC) of Prince William also improved upon his former master men's 40-45 weight throw record of 11.84m with a new best of 12.01m.
Other notable double winners include :
- Elizabeth MacDonald (UNA) of Oromcoto won both the Senior women’s shot put (11m38 ) and weight throw (16m16)
-Tamika Bergeron (ARA) of Kedwick won the 16-17 High jump (1m35) & 60m (9.04)
-Sydney MacDonal of Miramichi (UNB) won both the junior 60m (8.10) and 200m (27.56)
-Chelsey Hall (FFT) of Fredericton won both the 16-17 200m (29.51) and 600m (1:45,58)
-Isabelle Boudreau (ASEA) of Dieppe won both the 12-13 60m (9.17) and 200m ( 31.26)
-Priya Bhutani (UNB) won both the 1500m (5:17.20) and 1000m (3:19.34)
-Jason Bouchard (FLTC) of Oromcoto who won the senior 60m (7.20) and 200m (22.84)
‘’This was a great first event of the season for many of our athletes’, said Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick. ‘’It’s very promising to see so many great results this early in the season’’, added LeBlanc.
The last indoor track meet in New Brunswick for the 2014 year is set to take place in Moncton on December 20st. Many athletes are expected to be in the hunt for provincial records as many athletes will be moving up age classes on January 1st, 2014.
Full Results can be found here: http://anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=770
Pictures of the event can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1052452758113780.1073741868.163340143691717&type=1&l=c492a96d25
UNB Men's recap can be found here: http://www.vreds.ca/sports/mtrack/2014-15/releases/20141201a0lj3v
UNB Women's recap can be found here: http://www.vreds.ca/sports/wtrack/2014-15/releases/20141201tjmzkb
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