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May 25 2020 - In Conversation with...The Ehrhardts!

Joining us this week for "In Conversation With..." Are the Ehrhardts! Caroline and Taylor bring a wealth of accolades to the Canadian Track & Field scene and we're extremely excited to have them join us on zoom this Wednesday at 6pm! Link to register for the zoom call: https://us02web.zoom.us/…/tZMldO6upz8tGd2AFxBFsnjVdEmwW_xgz…

Caroline Ehrhardt

She is the 8-time and reigning Canadian champion in TJ. She is a 4-time USports champion, a former Canada Games champion, and the gold medallist at the previous JDLF. She has been on numerous national teams and is one of the most prolific triple jumpers in Canadian history.

PBs

TJ - 13.76m outdoor and 13.18m indoor

LJ - 5.99m outdoor and 6.14m indoor

100m - 12.12

60m - 7.73

Major Titles. Medals and National Teams

2010 & 2011 Canadian Jr Champion in both LJ and TJ

2010 IAAF World Junior Champs team

2012 CIS Gold in TJ and Silver in LJ

2012 Silver in TJ at Can Champs

2013 & 2014 CIS Gold in TJ

2013 & 2014 Gold in TJ at Can Champs in Moncton

2013 Gold in TJ at JCG in Sherbrooke

2015 Silver in TJ at Can Champs

2016 & 2017 & 2018 & 2019 Gold in TJ at Can Champs

2017 Gold in TJ at JDLF

2018 4th at NACAC

Taylor Ehrhardt (nee Stewart)

He is a 2-time Canadian champion in LJ, and has won multiple medals in national competitions, including CIS/USports. He has represented Canada on numerous national teams, including the 2010 World Juniors in Moncton where he won the bronze medal in LJ, and at the 2017 JDLF where he won the gold medal in the decathlon.

PBs

Dec - 7882 pts

Indoor Hept - 5398 pts

LJ - 7.80m outdoor and 7.87m indoor

TJ - 15.05m

PV - 5.00m

Major Titles. Medals and National Teams

Bronze in LJ at 2010 IAAF World Junior Champs in Moncton

Gold in LJ at 2012 Canadian Champs in Calgary

Gold in LJ and Silver in TJ at 2013 CIS Champs in Edmonton (repeated Gold in LJ in 2014)

Gold in LJ at 2013 Canadian Champs in Moncton (and Bronze in 2014)

Finished 6th in LJ at 2013 FISU Games

Silver in LJ at 2015 Canadian Champs in Edmonton

Silver in Dec at 2017 Canadian Champs in Ottawa

Gold in Dec at 2017 JDLF in Abidjan CIV


May 22 2020 - ANB Offering Summer Student Positions

Athletics New Brunswick is currently seeking applications from interested students for summer employment positions including Media Relations Coordinators, Program Service Providers and Sport Program Administrative Coordinators. The successful candidates will be expected to enhance participation in the sport of athletics, produce and deliver programs virtually, and coordinate with community partners.

Potential locations for ANB Positions:

· Saint John/Rothesay

· Fredericton

· Moncton/Dieppe 

Duties and requirements for these positions include the following:

· Ability to work occasional evening and weekends, if programs require

· Able to travel to the local club facility to facilitate and assist in return-to-play protocols and practices

· Assist in the delivery and administration of ANB Special Projects

· Proficiency in social media platforms and technologically literate

· Good knowledge of the sport of Track & Field and the RJTW program

· Bilingualism would be an asset

· Other related duties as required

Potential candidates need to be 16 years or older and returning to studies in the fall. This position is ideal for university students interested in kinesiology or recreation studies, and individuals who are proactive and able to work independently and in a group. All positions' contributions are key to the continued expansion of Track and Field throughout New Brunswick.

Positions range from 8-16 weeks, 35 hours per week position paying approximately $13.00 an hour. These positions are funded via Service Canada and will begin early June. Applicants are asked to forward their resume and cover letter to anb@anb.ca or julialoparco5@gmail.com. Please clearly indicate which position and location you are interested in.


May 5 2020 - In Conversation with...Sarah Mitton

 In Conversation with...

 

This week's guest is Sarah Mitton!

 

When: Thursday, May 7th, at 7pm

 

Where: Zoom video conference

 

This is the third in our new series of Q&A sessions with high performance athletes. This week's guest is Sarah Mitton, international shot putter from Nova Scotia. Sarah will share stories of her development, her University experiences and representing Canada internationally. You can send in your questions ahead of time, and there will be an opportunity to ask questions during the session. To take part in the session, you will need to pre-register at the following link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvd-qgqj0oHdcpNUwKKbIOV1NV1VtoHYOQ 

 

Once you register, you will receive an email about how to join the meeting. Please register by noon on Thursday to ensure you receive the information in time. The session is limited to the first 99 people who register. Send your questions for Sarah to Steve LeBlanc at: teamatlantic@yahoo.ca

2020-05-25 - In Conversation with...The Ehrhardts!
2020-05-22 - ANB Offering Summer Student Positions
2020-05-05 - In Conversation with...Sarah Mitton
2020-04-27 - In Conversation with...Sarah MacPherson
2020-04-23 - NB TRACK AND FIELD HISTORY PART 6 By Roddy MacKenzie

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