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Jul 30 2014 - Canadian Francophone Games
NB captures 44 medals , and 5 new GAmes record at the Jeux de La francophonie Canadienne
SJTC's Dumouchel & Cloutier score golds ....
The Canadian Francophonie Games took place in Gatineau from July 23-27th . New Brunswick's track and field team achieved a record medal haul.
In total, 20 athletes from the province have managed to amass 44 medals, thus winning the banner in athletics.
"The athletes of the province have managed once again to outdo themselves" says Gabriel LeBlanc, Technical Director of Athletics New Brunswick. "We had a team with a lot of talent and depth, and the athletes were able to perform beyond our greatest expectations."
Here are the medals results of NB Athletics (M = Midget Y = Youth)
100m M Cloutier, Marie-Pier 13.20
1200m M Cyr-Deschenes, Maude 4:11.66
High Jump M Black, Sophie 1.46m * Games Record *
Long Jump M Cloutier, Marie-Pier 4.65m * Games Record *
Shot Put M Hughes, Kyla 10.88m
Javelin M Hughes, Kyla 29.02m * Games Record *
800 Y Schwartz, Luisa 2:19.46
1500 Y Schwartz, Luisa 4:43.51
3000m Y Schwartz, Luisa 10:13.19
High Jump Y Martin, Maika 1.46m
Discus Y Noel Sara-Eve 37.54m * Games Record *
Javelin Y Morris, Isabelle 38.16m * Games Record *
100m M Levesque, Cameron 11.88
200m M Levesque, Cameron 24.46
300m M Levesque, Cameron 38.88
High Jump M McGraw, Pierre-Luc 1.73m * Games Record *
Long Jump M McGraw, Pierre-Luc 5.69m
Triple Jump M McGraw, Pierre-Luc 11.18m
800 Y Dumouchel, Pierre 1:58.14
1500 Y Dumouchel, Pierre 4:08.35
Javelin Y Charron, Olivier 49.87m
300m M Black, Sophie 46.61
2000m M Cyr-Deschenes, Maude 7:34.58
Discus M Hache, Rachelle 23.65m
100m Y Martin, Maika 13.06
200m y Martin, Maika 26.89 -0.1
Shot put Y Noel Sara-Eve 11.02m
Javelin Y Noel Sara-Eve 32.79m
100m M Cormier, James 12.00 2.4
200m M Cormier, James 24.53 1.0
1200m M Savoie, Frederic 3:37.48
2000m M Savoie, Frederic 6:37.26
High Jump M Savoie, Frederic 1.60m
Javelin M Cormier , Marco 44.62m
100m Y Beaudin, Philippe 11.58 1.4
200m Y Beaudin, Philippe 23.62
3000m Y Dumouchel, Pierre Nouv Brunswick 9:16.33
4x100m 400m 47.21
1) 78 McGraw, Pierre-Luc 2) 77 Levesque, Cameron 3) 73 Cormier, James 4) 70 Beaudin, Philippe Henry
200m M Black, Sophie 30.11 0.6
Shot Put Y Morris, Isabelle 9.96m
Discus Y Morris, Isabelle 26.79m
Shot Put M Brideau, Samuel 9.65m
Javelin M Brideau, Samuel 42.66m
800m Y Guitard , Samuel 2:00.86
Full results available here :http://ottawatimingteam.com/jfc14/
The Canadian Francophone Games are among the largest gatherings of Canada’s French speaking youth. In addition to encouraging hundreds of young people to exercise their talents in one of three sectors (arts, leadership and sports), the Games showcase cultural pride, self-confidence and leadership abilities in a friendly competitive setting. Since the first Games in 1999, no less than 20,000 people have been involved. Included: extraordinary encounters, an exciting francophone experience and a schedule rich in festivities.
The Canadian Francophone Games are a French Canadian Youth Federation initiative, supported financially by Heritage Canada.
The French Canadian Youth Federation relies on the partnership with an Organizing Committee (host city) to put in place the logistics and program for the event. The Games are held during the summer months every three years. A contingent of 1,200 participants and more than 750 volunteers took part in this years edition.
Jul 29 2014 - Legion Nationals
Lots of locals to compete at track nationals
From left to right in back: Brady Graves, Anthony Cormier, Kenneth McGovern and Alexondra Kiely. Left to right in front: Taylor Dunn, Victoria Leblanc and Laura Duffley.
Jul 15 2014 - Canadian Masters Champs
Five Master's Athletes at Canadian Master's Champs
SJTC would like to congratulate five of our province’s best Master’s athletes who competed at the 2014 Canadian Master’s Outdoor Championships in Toronto on July 12-13. Paul Thibodeau, Paul Gauthier, Imrich Kiraly, David Blackwood and Andrew Justason each broke at least one provincial record for a total of seven records broken in one competition.
Paul Thibodeau from Moncton got a gold medal and a provincial record in the M50 10,000m race in a time of 40:23.12.
Paul Gautier (SJTC) of Rothesay earned himself three gold medals in the M45 Shot put (12.33m), Hammer throw (32.96m and NB record) and Weight throw (12.78m and NB record), and two silver medals in the Discus throw (26.73m) and Javelin throw (35.65m).
Imrich Kiraly (SJTC) of Yarmouth also got three gold medals in the M65 Shot put (9.39m), Hammer throw (28.58m and new NB record) and Weight throw (11.68m and new NB record). Kiraly also got silver in the Discus throw (33.76m).
David Blackwood (SJTC) of Rothesay earned one gold medal in the M65 Javelin throw (35.01m and new NB record) and a bronze medal in the Discus throw (26.96m).
Andrew Justason of Fredericton won the M40 pentathlon and established a new NB record in the 200m (25.61).
Way to go guys!
Full results can be found here: http://www.trackie.com/track-and-field/results_docs/canadian-masters-outdoor-championships2014-07-13-23-50-56.pdf
Jul 15 2014 - NB Legion Champs
Jul 14 2014 - 2014 NB Legion Championships Recap
This past weekend, the Moncton Stadium played host to New Brunswick’s top young athletes. The New Brunswick Legion Section Meet, along with an open category, took place in Moncton on Saturday and Sunday July 12-13. The hot temperatures and bright sun didn’t seem to bother the athletes too much, as a number of personal bests were recorded at the meet.
The selection meet was mandatory for any athlete who wished to be considered for the NB Legion team. Standards for the team can be found at:http://www.anb.ca/documents/uploads/2014LegionStandards.pdf
The New Brunswick Legion Championship Team will be announced on Thursday, July 17th.
Notable Legion-aged performances by SJTC athletes include:
Julia Leblanc, Saint John, won the Girls 12-13 150m (21.79s), 800m (2:41.58) and Long Jump (3.79m)
Victoria Leblanc, Saint John, won the Girls 16-17 200m (27.22s), 300m Hurdles (48.41s) and Long Jump (5.28m)
Notable Master's category performances include:
David Jefferson of SJTC established the M70 Weight Throw provincial record with a throw of 11.30m.
The meet finished off with a friendly 2x100m relay. A total of ten teams of two consisting of a mix in age categories and genders participated in what was a great way to finish of an even greater week-end.
Full meet results can be found here: http://anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=727
Jul 3 2014 - National Junior Championship
This years Canadian Junior Championships will be Live streamed! So grab some popcorn and watch your SJTC athletes in action this weekend:
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