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Aug 31 2005 - Dieppe's Patty Blanchard was the top qu

Dieppe's Patty Blanchard was the top qualifier in the women's 1500m F45 semifinals at the  XVI World Masters Athletics Championships in San Sebastian, Spain. Mrs Blanchard competes in the final on Friday September 2, 2005.


Aug 25 2005 - NB's Top Masters runner wins bronz

NB's Top Masters runner wins bronze in Spain at the XVI World Masters Athletics Championships. Patty Blanchard of Dieppe runs a season best of 18:14 in the women's 5000m F45 category.  Mrs Blanchard is also schedule to run the 1500m later in the week.


Aug 14 2005 - NB Provincial Legion Athletes: The coach

NB Provincial Legion Athletes: The coaching staff would like to congratulate you all for not only your excellent work on the track(field) but on your excellent performance as young adults. We were proud to have worked with you and been part of your Team. Many athletes have represented our province but none any better then you did. You were noticed by coaches, chaperones and the Legion (positively). I am sure those of you who continued on to the Summer Games will continue to represent us well. Good luck to you all both in track(field) and as young adults. We will look forward to seeing you again.
Coaching Staff (Sandy, Brian F, Vern and Brian G.)


Aug 7 2005 - New Brunswick athletes hauled in 5 indiv

New Brunswick athletes hauled in 5 individual medals, 3 relay medals and established 2 new provincial records at the Legion National Track and Field Championships in Edmonton, Alberta this past weekend.
Allyson Howatt won the juvenile womens 200m event with a time of 25.01 seconds and finished 3rd in the juvenile womens 100m event setting a new provincial record of 12.20 seconds in the process. Barry Britt claimed a silver medal in the midget mens 1500m with a time of 4:11.93, and a second silver medal in the midget mens 3000m with a personal best time of 9:03.93. Sara Miller also brought home a silver medal for her leap of 5.19m in the juvenile womens long jump. Finishing 4th and establishing a new provincial record in the midget womens 800m was Nadine Frost with her run of 2:16.28.
Team New Brunswick also finished 2nd in the juvenile womens 4x100m relay, 3rd in the midget womens sprint medley relay and 3rd in the midget mens sprint medley relay. Full results for the meet are available here.


Aug 6 2005 - Seven athletes from New Brunswick compet

Seven athletes from New Brunswick competed in the Hershey North American Track and Field Final this past weekend. Atlantic Canada's top performance was achieved by Kaylea Germain of Fredericton with a personal best performance of 5:11.34 for a second place finish in the Girls 13-14 1600 Meter Run.
The six other New Brunswick athletes competing at the final were in the first year of their two-year age category so will have age on their side next year.  They were: Emily Arsenault of Moncton who placed fourth in the Girls 11-12 100 Meter Dash event with a time of 14.04 seconds; Morgan Hawkes of Fredericton in the Girls 11-12 800 Meter Run who placed fifth with a time of 2:34.62; Nick MacMackin of Quispamsis who placed sixth in the Boys 9-10 400 Meter Dash with a time of 1:12.12; Mike Jacobs of Fredericton who placed seventh in Boys 13-14 800 Meter Run with a time of 2:12.75; Stephanie Elms of Oromocto who placed seventh in the Girls 13-14 400 Meter Dash with a time of 1:22.44; and Nicole Forest of Shediac who finished eighth in the Girls 13-14 100 Meter Dash with a time of 14.23 seconds.  Results and photos from the meet are available here.

2017-11-05 - Atlantic Cross Country Championships Recap
2017-11-02 - Lalonde, Doucet, Dickinson, LeBlanc , Coombes, Church and Arseneault among Sport NB's Konica Minolta Sport Awards Finalist
2017-10-30 - Atlantic Athletics Summit
2017-10-29 - High Performance Director Tour
2017-10-26 - Atlantic University Cross country Championships Set for this weekend

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