POST MEET RECAP: Muddy River Invitational

Posted on Jun 22 2021

This past weekend, ASEA hosted NB’s first Open meet in the Medavie Blue Cross Stadium. Despite the not so ideal conditions, we still got to see some impressive performances by athletes from all over the province. 

In the U16 boys, we saw ASEA’s David Mavakala storm through with yet another great performance in the 100m with a time of 11.52 into a -3.5m/s wind. 

In the girls U16 300m, Audrey Roy, Athlétisme Chaleur, edged out Claire Nowlan, ASEA, by 0.06s running a time of 46.80 respectfully. 

Fred Parent was able to hold off both Chaleur boys, Julien Thibodeau and Jonathan Roy in the men’s 800m, closing in a time of 2:07.74.

François Richard was able to take the win over a strong field of athletes in the men’s 1500m with a season’s best of 4:14.56.

Looking into the field events, mutli-event athletes, Eloise Hachey and Max Mazerolle, won both long jump with great jumps of 5.15m and 6.13m, unfortunately with wind readings over 2.0m/s.

14 years old Isaac Hachey proved once again that he is going to be someone to look for in years to come. He threw a new personal best of 35.30m in the discus as well as a 11.26 in the shot put. 

Some more track action will be held this Wednesday as Saint John Reds will host their 4th twilight meet of the season.

Link to the results: