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May 15 2017 - Great Early results at the ASEA Spring Open meet

The ASEA Spring Open took place this past weekend of Saturday May 13th. As this was the season opener for many athletes, records were still broken and great performances were still accomplished. Unlike much of New-Brunswick’s typical Spring weather, it was a warm day with little wind, allowing for 12 provincial records to be broken.

The first New Brusnwick record that was broken was the 200m youth record by Jordan Henri of Moncton (ASEA)  who ran 22.37. Jordan also ran a great time in the 100m of 11.11 . These personal best times give Jordan the B standard for Canada Games, currently place him 4th in the country for the U18 200m and places him 5th in the country for the U18 100m.

Shayne Dobson of Campbeltown , ASEA, also broke his own provincial record and personal best in the T37 1500m with a time of 4:20.90. This being Shane’s season opener, he still managed to run a time that currently ranks him second in the world. Shane represented Canada at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games this past summer where he placed 5th in the 1500m.

James Brace of Intervale (ASEA)  broke 2 Provincial marks this weekend in the F56 Wheelchair Discus 1kg and  F56 Javelin 600g Throws. He threw 16.47m in the Wheelchair Javelin Throw and 20.32m in the Wheelchair Discus Throw. Brace also won the wheelchair Shot put event. 

Heather Leblanc Broke 2 records in the Master’s category. She threw two personal bests which beat her own provincial records, with throws of 7.71m in the 3kg Shot Put and 20.47m in the Discus Throw.

Andrew Justason also broke a provincial record in Pole Vault and Long Jump. He had a vault of 2.95m, surpassing the previous record of 2.84m. In Long Jump he jumped 5.27m earning himself yet another record.

Imrich Kiraly also had a big weekend competing in Shot Put, Discus Throw, and Javelin Throw. In the 4kg Shot Put, he bested his own record by one centimetre with a throw of 10.62m.

Carol  Lynn Landry of Grand Bay Westfield set 3 Women's 40-44 New Brunswick  record first in the 400m with a  clocking of  1:24.94, in the 800m in 3:24. 64 then finally in the 3000m with a  time of 14:43.90. 

Some other highlights from this weekend come from some younger ASEA athletes.

Véronique Omalosanga who is a Junior ran the 100m in 12.79s and the 200m in 25.59s. Her 200m time gives her B standard for Canada Games.

Shelby MacIsaac ran the 200m in 26.58s as a Midget which gives her Legion standard.

Erika Desprès who is a bantam ran the 150m in 20.43s and jumped 4.44m in Long Jump, both results putting her close to the Legion standard.  

 

The next meets on the provincial schedules are the SJTC Spring open in Saint John this Saturday May 20th and the Canadian francophone games Trial and open meet on Monday May 22nd in Moncton. 

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