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May 22 2017 - JDLF Tryouts and Open Meet recap

Track and Field Athletes don’t take holidays. That’s why this Victoria Monday the Jeux de la Francophonie Canadian trials Meet and Open Meet. With little wind and great temperatures there were some great accomplishments.

 

The men`s Long Jump competition showcased Pierre Landry of ASEA who jumped a 6.25m good enough for first place and Alex Cormier who jumped 6.06m which finished him 2ed overall.

 

In the men`s 800 Jérémie Godin of ASEA won with a time of 2:01.96 followed closely by Alexi Roy of Chaleur had a time of 2:02.50

 

The men`s 100m final saw the provincial season`s best time so far which was run by Tyrell Marin of Restigouche with a time of 11.05.

 

Women`s Hammer throw saw two competitors throw over the 50m barrier. Naomie Maltais of ASEA and Eliabeth Macdonald threw 50.94m and 51.70m respectively.

 

Véronique Omalosanga of ASEA won the 100m with a respectful time of 12.61. Shelby MacIsaac won her division for the 100m and ran her best time of the day in the prelims with 13.06.

 

Erin Vringer of Saint John and Mikayla Boucher of YHZ ran in the women`s U15 2000m where Erin won with a time of 6:39.04 followed by Mikayla in second who ran 6:43.74.

 

Craig Thorne of Saint John won the 110m Hurdles with a time of 15.19.

 

Sierra Sweeney of YHZ won the 80m Hurdles with a time of 12.49.


May 21 2017 - 2017 Canada Summer Games Online Registration Directions

All prospective athletes (able bodied, para, and Special O) must complete the online registration system by Friday June 16th, 2017!  If you are intending on trying out for Team NB on June 23-25 you must complete the online registration and doing so early will avoid any last-minute requirements. 

English Link: http://cg2017.gems.pro/Register.aspx?SetLanguage=en-CA

Please click on the link above. Click on the appropriate title (athlete/coach/manager) Fill in the required personal details. Upload a “passport” style digital photo. Confirm your consent (select YES) to the release waiver, medical, and provincial/territorial code of conduct.  Create a password for your account.

Upon successful completion, you will receive an email with your access number and password that you provided. This will allow you to change or modify your information as needed. 

In addition to the online registration all participants must print and sign the participant agreement (page 6 of the attached PDF file), print and sign the participant release, waiver and consent (page 8 and 9 of attached PDF file), print and sign the consent for medical, therapeutic, chiropractic, and/or surgical treatment (page 10 and 11 of the attached PDF). All of these forms must be given to the team manager, Rachelle McDonald, in person in Saint John at some point between the start of and end of the CSG trials on Sunday June 25th in Saint John.

PDF Files

Thank you for your assistance in this process,

Jason Reindl

Head Coach Athletics Team NB

(506) 343-2149

jasonreindl@me.com


May 21 2017 - Saint John Track Club Spring Meet

This past Saturday May 20th, at the Canada Games stadium in Saint John, the Saint John track club held the second meet of the season. Despite strong winds some athletes had very good performances.

 

Laura Dickinson of ASEA ran in the 17-18 year old 5000m with a time of 17: 00.73 giving her an A + standard for the Canada Games.

Brady Graves of the SJTC current also for the University of Guelph obtained the A standard for the Canada Games at 5000m with a time of 14: 57.80.

Joshua Shanks who also raced the 5000m, came in second with a time of 15: 21.92 giving him the B standard for the Canada Games.

Jennifer Bell of miramichi of ASEA, to throw 13.52m at the weight throw which gets her a standard A for the Canada Games.

Shelby MacIssac of ASEA, won both events the 100m and 200m in the 14-15 year old category with times of 13.78 and 27.47 respectively.

Marie-Pier Cloutier of the Samuel de Champlain school finished first in the 100m with a time of 12.72 and in the 200m with a time of 28.44. She also ran the 400m where she placed 3rd.

Kenneth McGovern of Saint John High won his two races in the 16-17 age category. He ran his 200m with a time of 24.47 and his 400m with a time of 53.78.

 

``Despite ridiculous wind, there were some great performances leading into a big year for these athletes. We are all excited to see these athletes realize their potential this summer.``

-          Steve Leblanc, Director of High Performance for New-Brunswick

2017-05-22 - JDLF Tryouts and Open Meet recap
2017-05-21 - 2017 Canada Summer Games Online Registration Directions
2017-05-21 - Saint John Track Club Spring Meet
2017-05-18 - JDLF 2017: International Games Highlights Development of Elite Track & Field Athletes in New Brunswick
2017-05-17 - May Long Weekend to Host Two Great Track and Field Competitions

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