Feb 27 2019 - NB at AUS Championships 2019
This Past weekend UdeM played host to the AUS conference Championships in Track and field Many athletes from New Brunswick were present. NB athletes and teams won a total of 30 medals at the Championships.
In the women's 60m and 300m races Veronique Omalosanga finished in 3rd place for each, representing UdeM.
In the Women's HJ and Pentathlon Sydney MacDonald finished in 2nd place for each, representing UNB.
In the women's PV Sharon Ngongo finished in 1st place, ending tied for the AUS record and breaking the NB U23 and Senior provincial records representing UdeM.
In the women's TJ Lexie Shannon finished in 1st place representing UNB.
In the women's LJ and TJ Victoria LeBlanc finished in 2nd place for each, representing UNB.
UdeM's women's 4x200m and 4x400m relay teams, both made up of Lisa Richard, Sharon Ngongo, Joelle Leger and Veronique Omalosanga, finished in 3rd place for each.
In the Men's 300m Braden Harrison finished in 3rd place representing UNB.
In the 600m Timothy Brennan finished in 1st place, in the 60m hurdles he finished in 3rd place representing St. FX.
In the 1500m Michael Colford finished in 3rd place, in the 3000m he finished in 2nd place, representing UNB.
In HJ, LJ Brandon Cleghorn finished in 1st place for each, as well as in TJ he finished in 3rd place, representing UNB.
In TJ Anthony Cormier finished in 2nd place representing Dalhousie University.
In SP and WT Jarod Manuel finsihed in 1st place for each representing UNB.
In the PV and Heptathlon Alain Doucet and Jean-Luc Bastarache traded off first and second place finishes, with Alain winning the PV and Jean-Luc the Heptathlon, they both also tied the PV AUS record and Jean-Luc broke the Heptathlon record.
UNB's men's 4x200m made up of Eric Hughes, Ben Edwards, Jack Kennedy, and Bailey Ferguson, finished in 3rd place.
In the women's team competition UdeM and UNB tied for 3rd place with 60 points, behind St. FX at 109 point and Dalhousie with 121 points.
In the Men's team competition St. FX finished in 3rd place with 88 points, behind UNB at 93 points and Dalhousie at 105 points.
Congratulations to all of the NB athletes and teams who participated.