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Oct 31 2019 - ANB AGM This Sunday
This is a reminder of the ANB AGM taking place this Sunday, November 3rd from 10am-2:30pm at the Days Inn Oromocto. All ANB Members and Partners are welcome to participate in this event. The final reports will be sent to members by Thursday evening for you to review before the meeting.
Agenda of 2019 AGM
1. Call to Order/Welcome / Apologies for Absence
2. Adoption of the Agenda
3. Minutes of the 2018 SAGM & Matters Arising
4.1 President’s Report - Marc Lalonde
4.2 Financial Report:
4.2.1 2019 Financial update & Breakdown by categories
4.2.2 Review of Auditors
4.3 Athletics Canada –Initiating its Strategic Plan Review 2020-28 - Bill MacMackin (verbal)
4.4 Director of RJTW –Julia Loparco –Youth Development –Assessment
4.5 High Performance Coach –Chris Belof –NB Coaching Development –Assessment
4.6 High Performance Coordinator –Steve Leblanc –NB Athlete Development –Assessment
4.7 Athlete Representative –Jarod Manuel –Athlete Survey feedback
4.8 Masters Representative –Andy Justason
4.9 Executive Director –Stephanie Doiron –Assessment of Organization
4.10 Group Discussion –Intro by Grant Sinclair (PNB) and group discussion on ANB Objectives (one hour)
4.11 Run NB –Mary Brosnan
4.12 Officials Committee –Carl Cummings
4.13 Governance Committee –Yvan Pelletier
4.14 Sponsorship Committee –Sandy McLean
4.15 Award Committee –Scott Davis
4.16 Legion Program –John Ladouceur
4.17 Club Reports (verbal)
5. New Business –New Committees in 2019-20 –Finance & Technicl
5.1 Motions up for discussion and vote
5.1.1 $10 increase in dues effective for this upcoming 2020 calendar year
5.1.2 Change in membership year to Sept. 1-Aug. 30 instead of Jan 1-Dec 31
6. Election of Officers & Directors –David Thomas
7.1 Appendix A: 2019 SAGM Minutes (April 28th, 2019)
8. Next General Meeting (SAGM) April 26th, 2020 Moncton
Note to members: Please find below all ANB policies that were reviewed and updated over the past year.
POLICY STATEMENT 2.0: PROVINCIAL TEAMS Amended, BoD, 2019/06/05
POLICY STATEMENT 2.1: PROVINCIAL TEAM STAFFING Amended, BoD, 2019/06/05
POLICY STATEMENT 9.0: PROVINCIAL TEAM ELIGIBILITY Amended, BoD, 2019/06/05
POLICY STATEMENT 1.0: MANDATE OF ASSOCIATION Deleted, BoD, 2019/09/18
POLICY STATEMENT 6.1: ATHLETE TRANSFER FORM Deleted, BoD, 2019/09/18
POLICY STATEMENT 13.0: CLUB ROLES, RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES Revised & Adopted, BOD, 2019/09/18
POLICY STATEMENT 21.0: STRUCTURE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS Deleted, BoD, 2019/09/18
POLICY STATEMENT 21.1: QUALITIES OF MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Deleted, BoD, 2019/09/18
Please note that Policy 6.0 is under review with a suggestion that the membership year be changed from Jan 1-Dec. 31 to Sept. 1 –Aug. 30.
Thank you and we hope to see you on Sunday!
Oct 30 2019 - 𝐒𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭 𝐍𝐁 𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐞𝐬 𝐊𝐨𝐧𝐢𝐜𝐚 𝐌𝐢𝐧𝐨𝐥𝐭𝐚 𝐒𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭 𝐀𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐝𝐬 𝐟𝐢𝐧𝐚𝐥𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐬
Sport New Brunswick has announced its finalists for the Konica Minolta Sports Awards, its annual awards presented to the top individuals and teams in New Brunswick. Athletics New Brunswick is very well-represented, having finalists in five of its categories and one recipient already named.Geneviève Lalonde is a finalist for the InnVest Hotels Female Athlete of the Year category, alongside Danielle Dorris from Para-swimming and Jill Irving of Equestrian-Dressage. Steve LeBlanc has been named a finalist in the Boston Pizza Male Coach of the Year category, alongside Nick Blanton of Artistic Gymnastics, and Kyle Woodworth of Basketball. Erin Vringer is one of two finalists for the Female President’s Award alongside Kate Lee of Boxing. Jacob LeBlanc is a finalist in the Male President’s Award category alongside Norman Burry of Basketball, and Patrick Talbot of Artistic Gymnastics. Rick Stocker is a finalist in the Taylor Printing Group Official of the Year category alongside Ron Campbell of Softball, and Adrien Levesque of Cycling.
Sport New Brunswick has also named the recipients of a few major awards that will be presented at the Awards Ceremony on November 30th in Fredericton. Bill MacMackin will be presented with the 2019 Volunteer Sport Administrator Award- a very well-deserved recognition.
Athletics New Brunswick is very proud of all of our finalists and recipients- a recognition that is well-warranted by all. Having our athletes, coaches, officials and administrators being recognized by the New Brunswick sporting community is very exciting after a great year of competition and growth in our sport.
The Konica Minolta Sport Awards will be held in Fredericton at the Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Hotel on November 30th. If you are interested in attending to congratulate any finalists, tickets are available by calling Sport NB at 506-451-1320.
Oct 30 2019 - 2019 Women's Running Summit- Shelley Doucet
Presenter Profile: Shelley Doucet
Shelley Doucet is a trail, mountain, and road runner; mother of two (Myles and Ava); and professor in nursing at the University of New Brunswick. She holds the provincial record in the marathon, half marathon, and 10 mile distances. Shelley has also been named to the Canadian mountain racing team in 2017, 2018, and 2019. She is very passionate about giving back to the sport and has served as a co-race director for two charity runs, along with a kids' trail running program for over 140 children each year in partnership with her husband. She is also one of the co-founders of Trail Running NB and is one of the leads for a local trail running group in the Saint John and surrounding areas for all levels of runners.
Shelley looks forward to participating in the NB Women's Running Summit for the second year in a row and having the opportunity to learn from other women across the province. She really enjoyed the discussions last year and came away having learned new things and made new friends.
Oct 28 2019 - Hannah Cormier and Isaac Cull Take Top NB Times at AUS XC Championships
Two fantastic cross-country events took place this past weekend in Fredericton, NB. SJTC, UNB and ANB partnered together to host both the Atlantic Open Cross Country Championships and the AUS Cross Country Championships. Both events took place on a the Kingswood Golf Course on Saturday, October 26. This was the first time utilizing the Kingswood Golf Course in several years.
AUS Cross Country Championships
Eight Atlantic universities battled it out in the men and women's 8km cross-country races. Ultimately, the Dalhousie Tigers were victorious for both the men's and women's races with a lead of 12 points over St. Francis Xavier X-Women in the women's category, and a lead of 11 points over St. Francis Xavier X-Men in the men's category.
The winner of the women's 8km distance was Jade Roberts of Memorial Sea-Hawks in 30:23.0, followed by Jane Hergett of St FX in 30:43.0 and Catherine Thompson of Dalhousie Tigers in 30:51.0.
On the men's side, Andrew Peverill of St. Mary's Huskies took home the gold in 25:18.0, followed by Paul McLellan of St FX in 25:40.0 and Jacob Benoit of St FX in 25:45.0.
The best time by a female NB runner was Hannah Cormier of the UNB Reds who came in fourth place in 30:45.0 (just 4 seconds from a podium placing). The best finish by a male NB runner was Isaac Cull of the UNB Reds who also came in fourth place in 25:51.0 (just 6 seconds from a podium placing).
Full results available here: https://www.anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=1119
Atlantic Open Cross Country Championships
A total of 65 runners took part in the Atlantic Open Cross Country Championships, of which 23 ran the UNB Reds 2km, 15 ran the 4km and 27 ran the 6km. Here is a list of the top times:
Men's 2km: Caden Wolverton of Fast Tracks in 7:26.00
Women's 2km: Anna Somers of St Stephen in 8:08.00
Men's 4km: Cameron Harris of Saint John Track Club in 13:28.95
Women's 4km: Erin Vringer of Saint John Track Club in 14:12.77
Men's 6km: Findlay Day of St Francis in 20:24.76
Women's 6km: Frances Wright of Fast Tracks in 24:37.36
The UNB Reds and St Francis Xavier tied for the team banner.
Full results are available here: https://www.anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=1118
Oct 27 2019 - 2019 Women's Running Summit- Julia Besner
Presenter Profile: Julia Besner Julia has been a runner and triathlete for 20 years and while her competitive years are over, her appreciation for what the body can achieve is still going strong. Nowadays, Julia can be seen at local races with a smile on her face enjoying the scenery. Physical activity is a great way to take some time to away from fast paced life, take some deep breaths and enjoy the great outdoors. Running is an awesome sport that brings people from all ages and abilities together. As a Registered Dietitian, Julia has been helping athletes fuel for every day life, training and competition for over a decade. Food is fuel and one of the biggest pleasures in life, so simplifying healthy eating for people is a very rewarding part of her profession. Julia is looking forward to meeting other passionate runners and engage in learning and discussion. She is also looking forward to passing on valuable knowledge about using food and eating as a self care tool.
Oct 24 2019 - Message from YOUR Athlete Representative
My name is Jarod Manuel, and I am the Athlete Representative on the ANB Board of Directors. In preparation for the ANB Annual General Meeting on November 3rd, I have prepared a short survey to gather your feedback regarding our organization. The survey will only take a few minutes of your time, and will provide valuable information that I will present at the AGM.
The survey link has been sent to your email address.
Please take the time to answer as best as you can. The deadline to take the survey is Saturday, October 26th at noon.
Thank you for your time, and best of luck to all of you competing in XC and the indoor season!
Oct 23 2019 - NBIAA Recap
This past Friday, Saint John High School hosted the NBIAA Cross Country Championships at the hilly Rothesay Netherwood School’s campus. Although the rain held off, the course was challenging, and with these challenges came some triumphs.
In the Junior Girls 4km race, Erin Vringer of Saint John High School took an early lead and ended up victorious at the end with a time of 13:55. Coming across the finish line for a silver medal was Haylee Pickard of Bathurst High School in a time of 15:34, and Jessica White of Fredericton High School took home the bronze in 15:52. In team scoring, Fredericton High School took home the banner with an impressive 18 points, that included Jessica White, Nicole Trites, Gabby Kozak, Neve Spalding, Bridget Lange, Mattea McNair and Maja Mooers.
In Junior Boys 4k action, Micah Landry of St. Stephen High School took an early lead with Iker Arias of Leo Hayes not far behind. In the end, Landry took the victory in a time of 12:53, with Arias crossing the line in 13:21, behind him crossing the line for a bronze medal in a time of 13:26. In team scoring, Bernice MacNaughton High School finished first with 48 points, which included Devin Grant, Peter Shin, Isaac MacLean, Zach Dool, Matthew Stewart, Matther Ford and Jack Orosco.
The Senior Girls 5km race was just as exciting with Madeleine McLeod and Emily Doucet battling it out for top spots. McLeod of École Sainte-Anne crossed the finish line in a time of 18:42, while Doucet of M.-F. Richard finished in a time of 18:59. Frances Wright of Fredericton High School crossed the line for bronze in a time of 19:12. In team scoring, Fredericton High School took home the banner with 19 points which included Frances Wright, Emily Trites, Mackenzie Hall, Zoe Fullarton, Emily Haynes-MacDonald and Kirsten Simpson.
The last race of the day had the Senior Boys out on the 5km course, where Tristan Morneault of École Mathieu-Martin took an early lead, with Cameron Harris of Kennebecassis Valley High School not far behind. In the end, Harris took over the lead to cross the line in a time of 16:06, with Morneault in second in a time of 16:34, while Roshan Melvin of Bernice MacNaughton High School crossed the line close behind in 16:39. In team scoring, École Mathieu-Martin took home the banner with 47 points which included team members Tristan Morneault, Andon Morneault, Frédéric Parent, Thierry Basque, Ethan Toner and Nicholas Lavallée.
Congratulations are in order for all participants in this year’s NBIAA Championships. There were some incredible performances from all athletes, and each and everyone of them should be proud.
Full results can be found here: https://www.anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=1117
Oct 23 2019 - 2019 Women's Running Summit- Anouk Doiron
Presenter Profile: Anouk Doiron
Anouk Doiron hails from Petit-Rocher and moved to Moncton in 2012 to study at the Université de Moncton. She is currently working in Moncton and lives with her husband and 6-month-old daughter.
When she grew up, she had the opportunity to play several sports such as mini-handball, volleyball, soccer, and tennis. She has also done individual sports like figure skating and Taekwondo. She became interested in running around the age of 11, but she enjoyed leisurely running with her mother. Soccer was her priority in high school, where she made numerous provincial teams and traveled a lot.
When she entered university, she had to make a decision on whether to continue with her friends in soccer or to embark on a new adventure with the cross-country team. She needed the change and decided to join the cross country team. Anouk raced for the Aigles Bleus for four years and participated in the 2015 USport Cross Country Championship in Ontario.
After her studies, Anouk was running road races, and focused on half marathons and has since completed her first marathon. In the summer of 2018, she became pregnant and continued to run until 35 weeks of pregnancy. Anouk had to slow down and modify the workouts, but running was very important in her eyes to make sure she felt good in her body. Following the birth of her daughter, she took 8 weeks of rest and gradually began training again. She plans on taking on her next challenge with a marathon in May 2020.
This is what Anouk had to say about the Women’s Running Summit: The theme of the 2019 Women's Walk Summit is "Integrating Running into Your Life". I love this theme because for me, integrating running into my life has helped me face the big changes in my life. Either the university life, the move in a new city, or when I was pregnant.
Oct 19 2019 - 2019 Women's Running Summit- Victoria LeBlanc
Presenter Profile: Victoria LeBlanc
Coming off an incredible Outdoor season where she captured a bronze medal in the Triple Jump at the Canadian Track & Field Championships, Victoria LeBlanc is nothing short of super-woman. She’s in her fifth year at UNBSJ studying a Bachelor of Science and majoring in Psychology. After she graduates in May 2020, she plans on furthering her education by becoming an elementary school teacher. Victoria began running when she was in grade 3 when she ran her first cross country race. She joined SJTC when she was in grade 6 and has been involved competitively in track and field ever since! Victoria has MANY accomplishments under her super-woman cape, including some of the following:
Silver in pole vault at 2012 Legion Youth Nationals
Bronze in long jump at 2013 Legion Youth Nationals
AUS track and field female rookie of the year (2015-16)
UNB female rookie of the year (2015-16)
SJTC female athlete of the year for age categories bantam- senior
ANB’s female athlete of the year for Midget age category in 2012
ANB’s female athlete of the year for Junior age category 2016
Numerous provincial records over various hurdle distances such as 100m,200m,300m & 400m.
Bronze in triple jump at the 2019 Canadian national track and field championship.
Here’s what Victoria had to say about the Women’s Running Summit: What I love about the sport of running is it has given me many opportunities to travel across the country and I have made many life-long friends from all around Canada as well. I also love that running pushes me to my limits and has taught me many life lessons such as dedication and perseverance. What I am looking forward to with the 2019 WRS is sharing my love for running with all the women and to share my story about education and running.
Oct 16 2019 - 2019 Women's Running Summit- Shawna Allaby
Presenter Profile: Shawna Allaby
Shawna Allaby only just took to the pavement for road racing in 2017. That year was when runner’s high got into her system. 2018 was full of personal bests in almost every race, and Shawna latched onto first place in the Super Series for females 20-29 in NB. She went into 2019 with big goals and has reached many of them with the help of numerous runners, friends & family. For the second year in a row, the small-town girl will be holding first place in Super Series for women aged 20-29! She stands up for the fact that anyone is capable of achieving their goals, no matter what level they start at, and believes strongly in supporting her fellow runners. Shawna started with a no racing background & has shown what hard work and a positive attitude can do for a person!
Here's what Shawna had to say about the 2019 Women’s Running Summit: I feel very honoured to sit up front at the Women’s Running Summit. I am looking forward to meeting many runners & helping females find their inner warrior to conquer their dreams.
Oct 12 2019 - Notice of Athletics New Brunswick Annual General Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 2019 Athletics New Brunswick ANNUAL GENERAL
Oct 11 2019 - Bernice MacNaughton High School & École Sainte-Anne to host NBIAA Regionals this weekend
This weekend will see New Brunswick’s top high school cross country runners taking to their respective regional competitions in hopes of moving on to the provincial championships on October 18th.
The North-East NBIAA Regionals are being hosted by Bernice MacNaughton High School on October 12th at the school in Moncton. In the North-East regionals, 159 runners will toe the line over the four categories: Junior Girls, Junior Boys, Senior Girls, and Senior Boys. Some athletes to look for: In Senior Boy action, Roshan Melvin of Bernice MacNaughton and Tristan Morneault of Mathieu-Martin will go face-to-face in what is sure to be a close race. Both competed in distance events for Team NB at the Legion National Track & Field Championships in August. In Senior Girls action, Emily Doucet of M-F Richard and Hannah Lipton Levyssohn of Bernice MacNaughton will run for top placings in the 5km race.
The South-West NBIAA Regionals are being hosted by École Sainte-Anne on October 12th at Odell Park in Fredericton. The South-West regionals will see 172 runners over the four categories. Some athletes to watch: In the Junior Boys 4km race, Iker Arias of Leo Hayes, and Micah Landry of St. Stephen High will battle it out, while in the Junior Girls category, Erin Vringer of Saint John High will tough it out against a strong field of Fredericton High School runners. Vringer holds numerous provincial records in distance events and is also coming off a triple-medal performance at the Legion National Track & Field Championships in August. In the Senior Boys, Cameron Harris of Kenebecassis Valley will race in a 54-runner race full of many strong teams. In the Senior Girls 5km race, Madeleine McLeod of host school École Sainte-Anne will run against a strong field of girls from Fredericton High, including Frances Wright, Emily Trites, Emily Haynes-MacDonald, Mackenzie Hall, and Zoe Fullarton.
This weekend will see 331 athletes competing across two regional meets, where the top 5 runners from the top four teams, plus individual runners up to 32 total runners from each category will move on to the Provincial Championships in Rothesay on October 18th.
Oct 10 2019 - 2019 Women's Running Summit- Geneviève Lalonde
Presenter Profile: Geneviève Lalonde
Coming off of her 2019 success winning gold at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru and finishing 14th at the World Championships in Doha Qatar, Geneviève Lalonde is the Canadian Record Holder in and the most decorated Female in the 3000m Steeplechase. From Moncton, New Brunswick, she was the only athlete to represent the province at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Geneviève has reached her qualifying time and hopes to represent Canada at next summers Tokyo Olympic Games.Here's what Gen had to say about the Women's Running Summit: This year with the Women’s running summit I am looking forward to introducing women to different aspects of the sport of distance running, meeting new runners and having some wonderful workshops and discussions with all of the participants.
Oct 9 2019 - Weekend Recap- Capital City Classic & Youth XC Atlantics
This past weekend ANB was busy travelling this beautiful province for a few different events! Saturday was the Capital City Classic and Youth Cross Country Atlantic Championships at Odell Park in Fredericton, which saw over 150 athletes as young as 3 years old competing on the beautiful course. The next big cross country races will be the NBIAA Regionals this weekend. On Sunday, we headed to Miramichi to help out with the first 2020 NAIG Tryouts.
Top 3 in each category:
U6 Female 500m:
Sophie Cormier of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs completed the U6 500m race in 3:43.
Danielle Thomas of Fredericton Fast Tracks completed the race in 4:01.
Ursula Dombrowski of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs finished in 5:06.
U6 Male 500m:
Chase Edmonson of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs finished his 500m in 3:42.
Lawson Mackay of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs crossed the line shortly behind in 3:43.
Jasper Cress of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs finished in 3:54.
U8 Female 1km:
Annaliese Dombrowski of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs ran to a 6:32 finish.
Scarlett Cress of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs finished the 1km course in 7:00.
U8 Male 1km:
Noah Mazerolle of Mgr Marcel-Francois-Richard finished his 1km race in a speedy 5:07.
Jase Johnson of Chief Harold Sappier Memorial Elementary Cihpolakons ran to a 5:21.
Nico Couture of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs completed the race in 5:24.
U10 Female 1km:
Taylor-Lynne Brun of Anna Malenfant finished the 1km race in 4:49.
Mia Armstrong of Garden Creek School ran to a close second in 4:50.
Jeanne Filion-Landry of Ecole Champlain ran to third in a time of 5:09.
U10 Male 1km:
Jacob Flogeras of the New Maryland Speeding Cheetahs finished first in a time of 4:33.
Noah Frizzell of Park Street Elementary School ran a close second with 4:34.
William Robinson of St. George Elementary finished his race in third with a time of 4:45.
U12 Female 2km:
Abby Manson of Saint John Track & Field Club ran to a fast 8:41 on the 2km course.
Mira Flanagan of Carrefour de l’Acadie ran to a 8:54 finish.
Raya Urquhart of Fredericton Fast Tracks finished in third in a time of 9:13.
U12 Male 2km:
Samuel Lepage of Places-des-Jeunes finished the 2km course in a fast 8:34.
Michael Emberly of St. Stephen Elementary ran to second in 9:11.
Thomas Vanwart of Fredericton Legion Track Club finished third in a time of 9:25.
U14 Female 2km:
Felicia Mortimer of Saint John Track & Field Club finished the 2km course in 8:27.
Anna Somers of St. Stephen Middle School ran to a time of 8:43.
Tori Allen of Fredericton Fast Tracks finished in 8:43.
U14 Male 2km:
Tristan Lepage of Places-des-Jeunes ran his 2km race in 7:37.
Caden Wolverton of Fredericton Fast Tracks finished second in 7:43.
Jacob Chiasson of Places-des-Jeunes ran to third place in a time of 8:07.
Open/HS Women’s 4km:
Erin Vringer of Saint John High School ran to first in a time of 15:23.
Madeleine McLeod of École Sainte-Anne finished second in 16:25.
Danielle Keefe of Fredericton High School ran to third in 16:33.
Open/HS Men’s 4km:
Ben Perrett of the UNB Reds ran to first in the 4km course in 14:11.
Cameron Harris of Kenebecassis Valley rant to second in 14:34.
Micah Landry of Saint John Track & Field Club ran across the finish line in 14:36.
Full results from this weekends meet can be found at: https://www.anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=1113
Oct 8 2019 - ASEA Captures 2019 Provincial XC Championship
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce the successful team in capturing the 2019 New Brunswick Cross Country Championship is ASEA, based out of Moncton. ASEA finished the competition with a total points scoring of 71pts. In second place with a score of 34pts was Saint John Track & Field Club, third was Athlétisme Chaleur Athletics with 18pts and Fredericton Fast Tracks finished fourth with 10pts.
Congratulations to all athletes and teams that participated!
Oct 4 2019 - Lalonde shines in Doha to finish 14th at World Championships
Doha, Qatar is hosting the 2019 World Athletics Championships, and New Brunswick’s Genevieve Lalonde competed in the Women’s 3000m Steeplechase. After last Friday’s semi-final race where Lalonde finished 7th in her heat in a time of 9:30.01, this advanced her to the final which took place on Monday, September 30th.
The final saw the lead pack start by setting a very fast pace, with Lalonde holding on to finish in a very impressive 14th in a final time of 9:32.92.
This season saw Lalonde at many international competitions including Diamond League events, and a win at the Canadian Championships to capture the National Title for the 3rd year in a row.
We are very proud of how well Genevieve has done this year and what a phenomenal year it was following her results. We are so excited to see where 2020 takes her.
Oct 4 2019 - Cross Country Takes over Fredericton Tomorrow
The 2019 Capital City Classic in partnership with the Youth Cross Country Series Atlantic Championships will take place this Saturday, October 5th at Odell Park in Fredericton. Runners under 6 will run the 500m, U8 and U10 athletes will run a 1km race, runners under 12 and under 14 will run the 2km course and athletes U16 and up will run the 4km race.
Over 130 athletes are currently registered for Satuday’s races. On-site registration will be available for $25 plus a $5 non-ANB member fee if you are not a member with ANB, payable by cash or cheque payable to Saint John Track & Field Club.
This should be a fun-filled morning with exciting cross country racing, so if you’re around the Fredericton region, be sure to stop by.
The schedule is as follow:
8:00AM-8:45AMOn-site Registration and Bib Pick-Up
8:55AM Course Walk-Through
9:15AMMini REDS Race - Boys & Girls U6 – 500m – mixed (2014 or later)
9:30AMMini REDS Race – Boys & Girls U8 - 1km – mixed (2012 & 2013)
9:45AMJr. REDS Race – U10 - 1km – mixed (2010 & 2011)
10:10AMJr. REDS Race – U12 – 2km – mixed (2009 & 2008)
10:30AMJr. REDS Race– U14 – 2km – mixed (2007 & 2006)
11:00AMOpen/HS Women & U16/U18 – 4km (2005 & older)
11:35AMOpen/HS Men & U16/U18 – 4km (2005 & older)
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