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May 18 2019 - Genevieve Lalonde Breaks 3000mSC Canadian Record (Again)!

This Saturday, May 18th 2019 at the IAAF Diamond Leage in Shanghai, China, Geneviève Lalonde faced off against fifteen of the world's most elite athletes in the 3000m steeplachase. The Acadian athlete showed us all that she is fitter than ever, crossing the finish line in 9:29.82, besting her own Canadian record of 9:29.99 established in London, England back in 2017. 

Genevieve is coming off an incredibly strong cross country season, having finished 20th at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark in March 2019. Her performance at the IAAF Diamond Leage in Shanghai this weekend is surely the start of a fantastic outdoor season.

"Congratulations to Genevieve on her outstanding performance and personal record," says Executive Director of ANB Stephanie Doiron. "We are proud to have an athlete of Genevieve's caliber representing New-Brunswick on the world stage. She is a true role model for our up and coming track athletes in New-Brunswick and we can't wait to see what she does next!"

Full results available here:

May 17 2019 - Genevieve Lalonde to Compete in Shanghai Diamond League Race


Genevieve Lalonde will once again compete in a IAAF Diamond League 3000m SC event, which will take place in Shanghai this Saturday at 9:30 am AST. She will most certainly hold her ground alongside 15 other women; who collectively are considered the best in this discipline.

Lalonde is the current Canadian record holder for the 3000m Steeple Chase event, with a time of 9:29.99, set in London, England back in 2017. This weekend she will be looking to improve on her own time, while setting up her season for other high profile events as well.

The Moncton native is one of only five Canadian athletes invited to this elite event. Others include Michael Mason and Alysha Newman who will be competing in the High Jump the Pole Vault competitions, respectively. As well as Andre de Grasse and Aaron Brown, both competing in the 200m.

The meet will also feature world class athletes such as Luvo Manyonga (Long Jump), Sifan Hassan (1500m), and Elaine Thompson (100m) as well as others are also included in this star-studded lineup.

A livestream of tomorrow’s event can be found at:

Live results as well as a full lineup can be found at:

May 16 2019 - ASEA Spring Open - Highlights

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ASEA Spring Open - Highlights

This weekend saw numerous notable performances at the annual ASEA Spring Open, which took place on Saturday, May 11th at the Moncton 2010 Stadium. Over the years this meet has proved to be a great season opener for plenty of track and field athletes in Moncton, as well as many other Atlantic track clubs. This year we had below average weather with a high of around 8 degrees for the morning/afternoon of track and field events.

Some highlights include:

- Craig Thorne of SJTC with an excellent time in the Junior 110m Hurdle event, breaking the provincial record by almost a full second with a time of 14.38, despite a head wind of -0.9. Later in the day Craig ran a respectable 57.17 in the 400m Hurdle race.

- Janelle Allanach of ASEA came out on top in the 300m Hurdle event, with an impressive time of 47.94.

- Sophie Dube of Fredericton winning the Girls 14-15 Long Jump competition with a jump of 4.29m

- Neal MacLean competing unattached finished the Masters 5000m event with a time of 19:11.78

- Andrew Rinzler also competing unattached finished the Masters 100m sprint with a time of 12.76 in the final

- Cameron Harris of SJTC won the 16-17 Boys 800m event with a time of 2:08.77

Full results from the event can be found here!

May 10 2019 - Legion Selection Meet Announcement

With summer quickly approaching and the end of indoor season, comes a new outdoor season and a chance to prove yourself and your abilities. This being said, it is ANB’s pleasure to announce that a date has been set, once again, for our Legion Selection Meet. The meet will take place July 13th and 14th at the Moncton Stadium and will determine which promising young athletes will move on to compete at the national championship in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia being held in August.

Every year New Brunswick sends a team of 36 athletes, along with coaches, to the event and the performances never cease to amaze us. This year is sure to be no different with all the young talent in our province. Declaration forms will be available online within the next few months leading up to the event, as well as at the selection meet. We encourage all athletes from the ages of 14-17 to come try out for the team.

Selection standards for the national event such as standards can be found at

More information and history about the event can be found under the "Programs" tab.

May 10 2019 - ASEA Open

ASEA is happy to once again be holding the annual ASEA Spring Open. Every year it proves to be an amazing event to open the seasons of countless athletes. This meet will be held at the Moncton Stadium on Saturday May 11th. We are looking forward to seeing seasoned athletes as well as some fresh faces, all with exceptional talent! Spectators and Volunteers are welcome to come out and watch/help out at this amazing event put on by ASEA.

May 10 2019 - Carl Cummings Participation at the Master Trainer Event in Winnipeg

ANB’s Track and Field Officials are always looking to improve and learn new abilities to continue to allow us to run major events and meets. Athletics New Brunswick is proud to announce Carl Cumming’s participation at the Master Trainer Event in Winnipeg, Manitoba last weekend. Carl’s participation at the event allowed him to be certified to now train other officials. With his certification, Carl can train our officials to be Clinicians Locally (For levels 1-3) and Nationally (Levels 4-5), Mentors Locally (For Levels 1-3) and Nationally (Levels 4-5) and Evaluators for Level 3-5.


Athletics New Brunswick is always looking for individuals interested in becoming an official or volunteering for meets. For more information regarding the responsibilities and tasks of a Track and Field official, please contact us at

May 8 2019 - SJTC Twilight #1 Highlights

This past Monday, May 6th the first on the summer Twilight meets kicked off New Brunswick’s track and field outdoor season at the Canada Games Stadium in Saint John with over 90 athletes competing on a lovely evening for track and field action. Several great performances were recorded, a few of which are outlined below.

Rebecca Legace of the Saint John Track club set a new master’s record in the women’s shot put with a throw of 9.06 m as well as placing first in the hammer throw with a throw of 28.23m.

Abbigael Gaudry competing for Chebucto Athletics finished first in the 100m hurdles and long jump, with a time 15.76s and a jump of 5.21m.

On the men’s side Matthew Coolen of Halifast Athletics won the 100m with a time of 10.54s.

Craig Thorne competing for the Saint John Track club placed first in 400m (52.41s) and the 110m hurdles with a time of 14.51s beating the previous youth record by more than a second. However due to wind conditions, his performance will not count as a record.  

Full meet results:

The next event will be the annual ASEA spring open on May 11th in Moncton. Registration can be found here:



2019-05-18 - Genevieve Lalonde Breaks 3000mSC Canadian Record (Again)!
2019-05-17 - Genevieve Lalonde to Compete in Shanghai Diamond League Race
2019-05-16 - ASEA Spring Open - Highlights
2019-05-10 - Legion Selection Meet Announcement
2019-05-10 - ASEA Open

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