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Jul 28 2009 - Off to the Hershey North American Championships - This Thursday

Eleven NB athletes have qualified to compete in the 2009 Hershey North American Track & Field Championships in Hershey, PA on August 1st, including three from the Saint John Track Club.  
Attending for his third time will be 13 year old Nick MacMackin, who will compete in the boys13-14 800m race. Joining him are Alec Alston and Anthony Cormier who will form part of the 11-12 4x100m relay along with two boys from Fredericton. This is the second time these two runners have qualified for the Hershey Final as relay team members and they hope to draw on their experience from last year and improve on their results.  


Jul 23 2009 - Bronze Medal in relay at Canadian Junior Championships



It was a successful weekend in the relay department for New Brunswick's Junior team at the Canadian Junior Track and Field Championships. In the provincial relays New Brunswick earned three medals. One gold and two bronze.

 The team of Grace Annear (SJTC Member), Lydia Frost, Robbi Daley, and Morgan Hawkes claimed a bronze medal in the women's 4x400m relay in a time of 4:05.18.

This bodes well for the upcoming Canada Summer Games in late August.


Jul 21 2009 - Thelma Wright: Athletics Canada Cross Country Coach visits with the Saint John Track Club



Last evening we were pleased to have a visit from Olympian (1972 & 1976) and National Coach, Thelma Wright. Thelma was visiting from Vancouver for the Junior Nationals that were held in PEI. She spent a few minutes speaking to the club members, working out with athletes and leading some of the Run Jump Throw session. Thelma is also the coordinator for Run Jump and Throw in British Columbia, and an elected member to the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) Cross Country Committee.   See the link below to find out a bit more about Thelma and her “family of Olympians.” http://www.vancouver2010.com/en/news/feature-stories/-/54372/32574/tx7w27/the-wright-genes.html


Jul 20 2009 - Mitch Quigg breaks 35 year old Decathlon record 



This past weekend at the Canadian Junior Track and Field Championships Mitch Quigg competed in the mens Decathlon and established a new provincial junior record . His score of 5295 betterd the old record of 4528 which had stood for 35 years and was held by Michel Boulay. Mitch will be competing next month in the Legion National Track and Field Championships and the Canada Summer Games.


Jul 19 2009 - Caleb Jones is National Junior Champion, Barry Britt silver!

  With a javelin toss of 65m10 Caleb Jones of Saint John is the New Canadian Junior Champion. Caleb's throw was more then 7m better then the 2nd place finnisher.Caleb competes for Saint John Track Club and is coached by John Corazza.   Barry Britt from Hampton ran 14:58.44 in the 5000m to finish 2nd. Barry is also part of Saint John Track Club and is Coached by Joel Bourgeois. Both will be competing at the Canada Games next month.   MItch Quigg competed to a seventh place in the decathlon. This was Mitch's first decathlon and his first time at a national championhips. It was an outstanding result.   Also competing in their first national junior championships were Michael Campbell, Grace Annear and Matt McNeil. Congratulations to all of them.  


Jul 15 2009 - Six Saint John Athletes on Provincial Legion Track & Field Team

Six athletes from the Saint John Track Club have been named to the New Brunswick Legion Track and Field team:                       Grace Annear - Hampton             Shannon Morris - Saint John             Nick MacMackin - Quispamsis             Mitch Quigg - Saint John             Matt McNeil - Saint John             Ried Burrows - Grand Bay   The 36 member team of 13 to 17 year olds will be competing at the 2009 Royal Canadian Legion Track and Field National Championships in Sherbrooke, Quebec in August. This will be the second time attending for Grace Annear, while the other five local athletes are looking forward to their first national experience and ready to take on the country. The nationally sanctioned event is now divided into two sections - a two-day meet and a two-day clinic for the athletes. These events are attended by more than 330 athletes, 25 coaches and 35 chaperons. Started by the Royal Canadian Legion in the 1970’s it has become a national track and field program and an annual event funded by the Legion.    


Jul 14 2009 - NB Outdoor Track Championships – Oromocto - July 11, 2009

Almost 170 athletes gathered for Athletics New Brunswick’s NB Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Oromocto this past weekend. Members of the Saint John Track club had a strong showing with 20 1st place finishes, 30 2nd places and 19 3rd places.

The club had the following winners of their individual events.

Name                                       Age Group                Event(s)

Rachelle McDonald                  18+                          100m & Long Jump

Shannon Morris                       14-15                       Shot put & Discus

Katie Robinson                        14-15                       400m

Catherine Tremblay                 16-17                       3000m

Laura Duffley                           11 & Under              High Jump

Isabelle Nickerson                    11 & Under              Shot Put

 

Ben Fowler                               12-13                       100m, High Jump & Long Jump

Dallas Casey                             12-13                       1500m

Nick MacMackin                     14-15                       1500m

Josh Shanks                              12-13                       3000m

Alex Peabody                           16-17                       Triple Jump

Davis Sullivan                          11 & Under              Shot Put

Zach Peabody                          12-13                       Shot Put

Mitch Quigg                             16-17                       Javelin

Caleb Jones                              18+                          Javelin

 


Jul 7 2009 - Athletes Have Strong Showing At Atlantic Hershey Meet: July 5, Dieppe, N.B.

Nearly 200 of the best young track athletes from across the Maritimes competed in the July 5th Hershey Atlantic Final at the Anna Malenfant Track in Dieppe. The meet, organized by Athletics NB, featured exciting races and field events for youth aged 9-14.    Leading the results for the Saint John Track Club was Anthony Cormier who placed 1st in the Boys 11-12 100m, 200m, tied for 2nd in the standing long jump and was a member of a winning 4x100m relay team. Also placing first in their events were Simran Sardana in the 9-10 boys Ball Throw, Victoria Leblanc in the 11-12 Girls Standing Long Jump and Nick MacMackin in the boys 13-14 800m.   Athletes placing in 2nd or 3rd included Emilee Hoellwarth 2nd in the 9-10 girls 200m, Cole Healey 2nd in the 9-10 boys 200m, Alec Alston 2nd in the 11-12 boys 100m & Standing Long Jump, Ben Fowler 2nd in the 13-14 boys Standing Long Jump, Pierre Dumouchel 3rd in the 13-14 boys 800m and Emily Carr 3rd in the 13-14 girls Standing Long Jump.   Two Saint John Track Club Relay teams placed in the top three… 11-12 boys – 3rd place – Dallas Casey, Daniel Johnston, Justin Leblanc, Nick Duffy 13-14 boys – 2nd place – Zach Peabody, Ryan White, Matt Sullivan, Ben Fowler   The top athlete in each of the events from this meet will have their performances submitted to Hershey. Officials for the North American Final will compare times for top finishers at the Atlantic event to the results from other Region 6 championships held in Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Newfoundland, Rhode Island and Vermont to select athletes to attend the North American Final to be held in Hershey, Pennsylvania in early August.  

2017-04-13 - Important Notice about Jason Reindl
2017-03-18 - Spring/Summer Program 2017
2016-09-20 - JD Irving Invitational Cross Country - Middle & High School Meet
2016-05-27 - Caleb Jones Retires from Competition
2016-03-10 - Outdoor Program

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