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Jun 3 2019 - NBIAA Provincial Championships – Highlights
This past weekend Rexton played host to this year’s NBIAA championship after a last-minute change. Similar to last weekend though, we had spectacular weather and very few illegal winds, that made for excellent competition.
Some highlights include:Shelby MacIsaac of Riverview competed in the 100m, 200m, and 400m in the Junior category only to come out on top in all three events. Shelby also set a new record in the 400m with a new time of 58.13, which beats the old one by over half a second! Erin Vringer of Saint John won the 800m as well as the 1500m in the Junior category, also setting a new record! In the 1500m, Erin beat Laura Dickinson’s old record of 4:43.31 with a new time of 4:38.36. Caroline Gagnon of Odyssee competed in and finished first the 100m and 400m hurdle events as well as long jump. Caroline also set a new record in the 100m hurdles with a new time of 15.90, beating Victoria LeBlanc’s old time of 16.15, set back in 2015. In the junior girls high jump competition the old record previously held by Stephanie Doiron (1.54m) was broken and is now shared by Sara Grant of Tantramar and Kiersten Hicks of Quatre Vents with a new height of 1.55m. Brandon Hache of W-A-Losier competed in the 100m (Junior category) and won with a time of 11.65, only 0.1 off of the NBIAA record.Brandon also won the 200m event with a time of 24.08. Jordan Henri of MacNaughton competed in the Senior category and won both the 100m and 200m events with respective times of 10.61 and 22.38. Jordan set records in both events although for the 100m only his time from prelim (10.85) counts as a record because of the illegal wind. In the 400m Junior boys race Owen Enstrom of J.M.A. Armstrong took gold with a time of 52.51 while Jeremy Michaud of Cite des Jeunes took silver just 0.01 behind with a time of 52.52. Francois Richard of Mathieu-Martin won the 3000m Junior event with a time of 9:13.54, beating out the second-place finisher by over a minute and twenty seconds. Craig Thorne of KV competed in both 100m and 400m hurdle events to come out on top and with two new records with times of 14.39 and 55.85, respectively. In the Senior Boys high jump competition Jerry Huras of Bathurst and Kyle Wesselius of Peticodiac both finished out their competitions with final heights of 1.75m. Camden Douthwright of Trimble finished first in the Junior Triple jump competition with an impressive best distance of 11.33m. Samuel Bourque of Clement-Cormier won the Senior Shot put competition and set a new record with a throw of 15.69, beating Liam Turgeon’s distance of 15.05 set in 2014. Samuel also set a new record in the Senior Discus competition with a best throw of 48.08.
Full results and team scores are available at https://www.anb.ca/documents/uploads/NBIAAChamps2019.pdf
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