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Athletics New Brunswick is seeking applications for its 2018 provincial Legion program.
Mar 21 2018
Led by the New Brunswick Legion Command coaches will be selected to assist with the care of the athletes during the course of the trip however, their primary duties will be centered on the competition portion of the meet.  Individuals interested in a taking on a leadership role with Athletics New Brunswick will receive free transportation, accommodation, meals, coach’s registration, and team uniform items.  Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest to&n... >> more

Léonide Johnson
Mar 19 2018
Athletics New Brunswick is saddened to announce the passing of Léonide Johnson, a longtime volunteer with the Royal Canadian Legion - New Brunswick Command.   Born in Richibucto, Léonide Johnson passed away on March 11th at the age of 86. Johnson served in the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1952 - 1984, reaching the rank of Master Warrant Officer. Upon leaving the armed forces, Johnson became actively involved in the Royal Canadian Legion,... >> more

Atlantic Indoor Championships Recap
Mar 11 2018
While university athletes were in action at the USports Championships in Windsor on Saturday, the Atlantic Championships took place in Moncton. The meet featured a delayed start due to weather conditions, but still brought together 170 athletes for quality competition. - Shelby McIsaac of Riverview (ASEA) broke the provincial midget record in the pentathlon, scoring a total of 3032 points. - Bruce Rosvall of Rothesay (SJTC) broke his own provincial record in the... >> more

Dennis Furlong
Mar 10 2018
It is with heavy hearts that Athletics New Brunswick announce the passing of a longtime member and former President. Dennis Furlong passed away at the age of 72. Born in St. John's, Newfoundland, Dennis was a longtime member of the association and a dedicated volunteer. The Dalhousie resident was a competitive masters athlete and served as President of Athletics New Brunswick from 2004 to 2007. His accomplishments as an athlete include 15 provincial masters records, a 15th place... >> more

NB athletes shine at USport Championships
Mar 10 2018
The USports Track & Field Championships took place this past weekend in Windsor, Ontario. New Brunswick athletes once again showed their strengths and finished with 2 provincial records and 4 medals. - Andrew LeBlanc of Fredericton, competing for University of Guelph, won bronze in the men's 1000m with a time of 2:28.66, and placed 5th in the 600m with a time of 1:20.06. As a member of his school's relay team, LeBlanc also won gold in the 4x800m and placed 7th in the 4x400m.... >> more

ANB Athletes set to compete at USports National Championships
Mar 7 2018
The USports Track & Field Championships are set for this weekend, taking place in Windsor, Ontario from Friday till Saturday. New Brunswick will be well represented by 11 athletes, representing 7 universities. - Véronique Omalosanga of Moncton,competing for Université de Laval, will race the women's 4x200m alongside her teammates, who are ranked 10th overall. - Shawna McKay of Moncton, competing for Dalhousie University, will race the... >> more

Julia Loparco receives Women in Sport Encouragement (WISE) grant !
Mar 1 2018
Congratulations to our own Julia Loparco (SJTC) who this past week was one of the 10 recipients of the Women in Sports Encouragement (WISE) Fund grant for 2018. For more information visit:  Julia Loparco Sport: Athletics Supported by: Athletics Canada Julia Loparco currently coaches speed skating and para-athletics in Halifax, NS, and Saint John, NB. As a speed skater, she represented New Bruns... >> more

The return of the Maritime Masters Cup
Mar 1 2018
Athletics New Brunswick is pleased to announce the come back of the Maritime Masters Cup.  This provincial competition will take place as part of the Atlantic Championships, both indoors and outdoors, with the winning province gaining bragging rights in this friendly rivalry.  Each province will be scored using the top-10 performances from each province’s team of master athletes, with a minimum of 3 from either gender, scored using WMA age-graded scoring.  The team w... >> more



 Athlete of the Month

Athlete of the Month (February 2018): Laura Dickinson. Laura was a member of the Canadian Junior national team who competed at the Pan American Junior Cross Country Championships in El Salvador. Laura was not just a member of the team, she actually finished 2nd overall in the 6km race with a time of 20:54. Silver medallist Laura Dickinson was also a major contributing force behind the Canadian Junior women's Gold medal winning team.


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Upcoming Events
ANB Sport Coach Clinic
Saint John Apr 20 2018 >> more

Performance Practice - Sprint/Hurdle
Saint John Apr 22 2018 >> more

ANB Semi-Annual Meeting
Moncton Apr 29 2018 >> more

12 Challenges - Dieppe
Dieppe May 2 2018 >> more

ASEA Open 2018
Moncton May 12 2018 >> more

SJTC Spring Meet
Saint John May 19 2018 >> more

Performance Practice
Saint John May 20 2018 >> more

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