ANB Newsletter February 2024

Posted on Feb 23 2024


February 21, 2024


Dear Members,


As we consistently aim to offer accessible communication channels and keep our members well-informed about all things related to ANB, we are reintroducing a monthly newsletter. This will serve as a regular update to keep everyone up to date on the latest developments and important information within our community!


High Performance 

The AUS Championship will be taking place this weekend, February 23-24, in Moncton NB. Heading into conference championship weekend, a number of New Brunswick athletes are sitting in the Top-12 U Sports rankings. Remaining in these rankings would mean an automatic qualification into the Canadian National Championships. Goodluck to all of our athletes, and be sure to come out and cheer them on at UdeM. Full rankings can be found in the link below:

Numerous ANB records have been shattered in 2024, showcasing the exceptional accomplishments of our current group of high-performance athletes. Our full list of records can be found on our website and is linked below. Please be sure to utilize our new ANB Record system by emailing all broken records to

In other high performance news, ANB has recently secured funding for the next two years from the Canadian Sport Institute Atlantic (CSIA) to improve our performance pathway and better prepare our athletes for high levels of competition. Our plan on the use of funds and our partnership with CSIA will be released in the coming weeks so stay tuned!

Coach Education 

ANB will be holding a coaching education session in Moncton on March 22-24, 2024. This will be a club coach course. Please see details and registration instructions below:


Moncton – CEPS – Tentative schedule:

Friday March 22 – 5pm -8pm

Saturday March 23 – 8:30am – 5pm

Sunday March 24 – 8:30am – 5pm


Event groups offered:

#1 -Sprints/Relay/Hurdle

#2 – Jumps


Course description:

Club Coach is for coaches who work with athletes who have a foundation in athletics or come from a multisport environment. The focus of this course is to prepare the coach to develop an athlete’s skills in one event group area. Seasonal planning is a key skill that is introduced in this course.


In Club Coach, coaches select an event group to specialize in and are introduced to all facets of that event group. Coaches are able to complete as many event group specializations as they like.


Athletes ages: 14-15 years and up

LTAD Stage: Train to train, train to compete


Prepare coaches to coach: A specific event group in a club environment or coaches who are coaching in a school environment and wish to gain more knowledge in a specific event group.


Steps to register:

  1. Register for the course using the link below

  2. Register for the event group of your choice using the links below

    **Please ensure you register for both the course and your chosen event group**