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Mar 7 2017 - ANB Athletes set to compete at USports National Championships

On March 9-11 the University of Alberta in Edmonton will be hosting the National USport Track and Field Championships and 13 of NB’s best will be competing. This marks a new record for New Brunswick athletes competing at the national University Championships ever!

 

Among the high quality athletes competing will be ANB’s own:

 

Adrian Kinney of Bristol in the 60m where he is seeded 9th, representing St. FX.

Nick MacMackin of Quispamsis in the 600m seeded 4th, 1000m where he is seeded 5th, 1500m where he is seeded 6th as well as the 4x800m relay where is University of Windsor teammates go into the competition as the top ranked team in the nation and are looking to defend their gold medal from 2016.

UdeM has two NB athletes competing, Alain Doucet of Dieppe who is seeded 12th in the Heptathlon, and Isabelle Morris of Miramihi  who is seeded 12thin the Pentathlon.

Dalhousie University is sending David Kerr of Fredericton who  is seeded 10th in the Weight Throw and Sarah Myatt of Fredericton in the 600m where she is seeded 12th and the 1000m where she is seeded 11th.  Sarah will also be competing with her Dalhousie teammates in the 4x800m relay.

UNB is sending five athletes, Tess MacDonald of Fredericton who is seeded 11th in the Triple Jump, Victoria Leblanc of Saint John who is seeded 14th in the Long Jump, Sidney MacDonald of Miramichi who is seeded 10th in the Pentathlon, Liam Turgeon of Tide Head who is seeded 12th in the Weight Throw and Jonathan Gionet of Bathurst who is seeding in 4th in the Shot Put.

Jack Berkshire of Fredericton who will be representing the University of Toronto in the 4x400m relay and Andrew Leblanc of Fredericton who will be representing Guelph in the 4x800m.

 

Several New Brunswick athletes are also nominated for national awards. Tess McDonald and Troy Wilson from the University of New Brunswick are the AUS conference nominees for the community service awards combing athletics, academics, and community service.  The awards brunch and winners will be announced on the morning of Thursday March 9th.

 

On behalf on all of ANB I would like to wish each of these athletes the very best at this wonderful competition. 

  On behalf on all of ANB I would like to wish each of these athletes the very best at this wonderful competition. On March 9-11 the University of Alberta in Edmonton will be hosting the National USport Track and Field Championships and 12 of NB’s best will be competing. This marks a new record for New Brunswick athletes competing at the national University Championships ever!   Among the high quality athletes competing will be ANB’s own:    Adrian Kinney in the 60m where he is seeded 9th, representing St. FX. Nick MacMackin in the 600m seeded 4th, 1000m where he is seeded 5th, 1500m where he is seeded 6th as well as the 4x800m relay where is University of Windsor teammates go into the competition as the top ranked team in the nation and are looking to defend their gold medal from 2016. UdeM has two NB athletes competing, Alain Doucet who is seeded 12th in the Heptathlon, and Isabelle Morris who is seeded 12thin the Pentathlon. Dalhousie University is sending David Kerr who  is seeded 10th in the Weight Throw and Sarah Myatt in the 600m where she is seeded 12th and the 1000m where she is seeded 11th.  Sarah will also be competing with her Dalhousie teammates in the 4x800m relay. UNB is sending five athletes, Tess MacDonald who is seeded 11th in the Triple Jump, Victoria Leblanc who is seeded 14th in the Long Jump, Sidney MacDonald who is seeded 10th in the Pentathlon, Liam Turgeon who is seeded 12th in the Weight Throw and Jonathan Gionet who is seeding in 4th in the Shot Put. Jack Berkshire who will be representing the University of Toronto in the 4x400m relay and Andrew Leblanc who will be representing Guelph in the 4x800m.   Several New Brunswick athletes are also nominated for national awards. Tess McDonald and Troy Wilson from the University of New Brunswick are the AUS conference nominees for the community service awards combing athletics, academics, and community service.  The awards brunch and winners will be announced on the morning of Thursday March 9th.    On behalf on all of ANB I would like to wish each of these athletes the very best at this wonderful competition.

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