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Aug 18, 2010 - Atlantic Track and Field Championships

ASEA was well represented at this years edtion of the Atlantic Track and Field Championships held in Charlottetown Prince Edward Island.  This years edtion was held over two days under sunny and clear skies and mild temperatures. 

A total of 26 athletes competed in both track and field events. 

In the Junior boys 100M Fode Darame got 11.3 s while Brent Savoie got 11.3 to match.    Girls 150M saw Alexondra Kiely hit a time of  20.80 s to capture the event while her sister Grace Kiely hit a time of 24.70 s.  Boys 150M saw Nicholas Maclean  break the tape in 20.3 s and Sebastien Leblanc 22.00 s.

In the Bantam Girls 80M race, Alexondra Kiely hit 11.10 s for 2nd place while Nicholas Maclean captured 1st in 10.50 s

Midget girls action saw Shawna Mackay clock a time of 12.80 s and Monika Leblanc 13.80 s.  The Youth boys 100M had Rilan Dragoshi hit 18.00 s.

Madson Dayton ran a respectable 28.90 s in the 200M while Monika Leblanc got 28.95 s and Sidney Donaldson hit 30.50 s .  In the 300M race Shawn Mackay hit a blistering time of 43.40 s and Sidney Donaldson got 50.00 s for her effort.  

400M action also saw Madison Dayton hit a time of 1:09.7 and Rilan Dragoshi got 1:39.2.  Junior women had Mylene Guimond hit 1:17.9.

In the distance races,  Bantam Girls, Selina Roberts hit a seasons best of 2:53.0 and the Boys division saw Austin Roberts hit 2:31.2 and Dekker Kiely 3:14.00.

1200M action earned Selina Roberts a 2nd place finish with a time of 4:33.1 and Heather Ouellette 5:11.8.  The boys division saw Austin Roberts outlast his opponents with a 4:00.9, Thomas Maillet 4:44.9 and Dekker Kiely 4:55.2 

Masters runner Paul Thibodeau clocked a solo time of 17:54.0 in the 5000M race which was a seasons best for him. 

In the girls 80M Hurdles,  Alexondra Kiely captured 1st place with a time of 15.40 s ! While the boys saw Sebastien Leblanc hit a time of 15.9 s.

Chris Robertson competing in the mens Junior race of 110M saw him run a 16.80 s time.

Over on the Field in the Long Jump, Alexondra Kiely jumped her way to a 4.28M  best on the day and Grace Kiely's best saw her jump 3.10M  

Monika Leblanc was able to jump a 4.51M in the midget category. In the male division, Nicholas Maclean jumped a 4.59M and Sebastien Leblanc got 4.07M to Dekker Kiely's 3.01M. In the Midget category, Jacques Cormier jumped 4.19M

In the girls midget Triple Jump, Monika Leblanc jumped a best of 9.52M for the day.

In the Throws, Grace Kiely got 1st with a best Shot Put of 3.98M.  Dekker Kiely in the boys ranks got 3.67M for his efforts. In the Midget boys, Aaron Leblanc threw 10.69M and Jacques Cormier got 10.27M

In the Discus throw, Youth division,  Aaron Leblanc got 36.76M and Jacques Cormier got 28.06M.  In the Junior ranks, Chris Robertson threw 39.86M

In the Men's Hammer Throw, Jacques Cormier threw 29.08M and Aaron Leblanc got a best of 26.24M.  Senior Men's Pascal Cyr threw the Javelin in an impressive distance of 52.98M.  

And in the High Jump , Grace Kiely jumped a best of 1.00M while over in the Youth Girls, Stephanie Doiron jumped a 1.61M best for the day.   Nicholas Maclean competing in the boys bantam division jumped 1.40M. 



ASEA's Masters runner and coach Paul Thibodeau captured his second adventure run title this year placing 1st overall at the 4th annual "Not Since Moses" 10km in Five Islands Nova Scotia.

Thibodeau bested 463 other runners who contested the muddy course in a new time of 43:25 .  Finishing in 2nd place was long time trail runner Shawn McCardle of Kinkora Prince Edward  Island in a time of 43:55.  The race which is held every summer since 2007, attracted and extimated 1100 people this year as the balance of the numbers ran a 5km route .  

The races founder , Dick Lemon of Napa California who bought one of the Five Islands "Long Island" organises the race each summer pending the lowest tides per the calendar.  It is to note that the Bay of  Fundy rises and receads more than 50 feet in the span of 6 hour intervals, thus litterally running on the sea bed where fish swam only hours ago.  Next years edition will be on July 3, 2011. 


Aug 7, 2010 - ASEA at Legion Nationals at this point

After Aug 6.Our athletes have had many class A results at the legion national championships. Shawna Mckay finished in 19th place in the Midget women’s 100m dash with a time of 13.08s. Emily Arsenault finished 25th in the Youth women’s 100m dash with a time of 13.01s. Lee Wesselius finished 28th in the Youth men’s 1500m race with a time of 4:13.68. Brandon Cleghorn finished 13th in the Midget mens Triple Jump with a jump of 10.61m.



ASEA's Masters athlete Paul Thibodeau competed in the Brookvale PEI Ultra 25 km extreme trail race on Sunday August 2, 2010.  Thibodeau, who had raced here last year sought to improve his placing and time this year.

Thibodeau was able to win the overall 25 km title in a time of 2 hours 6 min 53 sec, besting his closest rival Paul Baglole of Charlottetown by 3 min 25 sec.  The course which is run at the Brookvale Nodic Ski centre that hosted the 1991 Canada Winter games, is  very technical and hilly.    

"The challenge is to be able to run fast or as fast as possible all the while trying to negotiate steep inclines and down hill sections,  roots, rocks and mud.  It is much more difficult than traditional cross country for sure"  said Thibodeau . He added.."I was inspired by Michael Leblanc's 100M race on Saturday that was broadcast on CBC....it made me very proud to sport the ASEA singlet and try my hardest to represent the club well".

Thibodeau is now preparing for the Fall season and welcomes any and all Masters athletes to join him or seek more information about the upcoming cross country season.


Aug 2, 2010 - Corporate Relay

RELAY RACES: - Now it's your turn!- Monday August 9th on the Moncton 2010 Stadium

Invitation: "Asea invites members of the community to form your own teams and participate in a relay race on our new Moncton 2010 Stadium."

When: The 9th of August at 5:30pm             Relays take place: from 6:30pm - 7:20pm

Event: a 4x100m dash (with professional coaching from 5:45pm to 6:15 pm). Teams will be separated based on their skill level.

Cost: 20$ per athlete (this includes VIP tickets to watch the races of the evening)

7:30 pm - 9:00pm: Sprints (100m, 200m, 400m). Present for these races include national caliber athletes Adrienne Power, Jared Connaughton and Michael LeBlanc amongst others.

Spectator Tickets:5$

Registration: Contact Alex Stuart at: runningisarealsport@hotmail.com  Registrations are accepted until Saturday August 7th. (Girst come First Serve).

For any other information contact us at: runningisarealsport@hotmail.com.

We hosted the world, now it's your turn... form a team and join us on the track.


	As Saturday afternoon was cooling off, in Toronto, the track at Varsity Stadium was heating up. 
In what is the highlight of the summer, for ASEA, Riverview’s Mike LeBlanc exploded out of the blocks, tore down the track & leaned at the line stopping the clock in 10.37 seconds. This earned him a bronze medal in the 100 meters at the 2010 edition of our National Championships. 
In front of his parents (Hector & Judy), family, his first coach Peter Stuart, and other members of the ASEA family Mike proved to himself & everyone else what can be accomplished in a healthy season. 
Mike finished just behind his good friend Jared Connaughton, of PEI, who was timed in 10.28 
Earlier in the day Saint John’s Caleb Jones throw a 3.5 meter personal best to place second in the men’s javelin. His throw as a provincial record of 73.25m 
It was a great weekend for Maritime athletes in TO. Jared also won the 200 meters. Adrienne Power, of Halifax, won the 200m & placed third in the 100m. Matt Doherty, of Antigonish, won the men’s hammer. Kirk McCormick, PEI, captured sliver in the triple jump. The 8 medals by Maritime athletes are the best ever. 
Chris Theriau, of Wolfville, came 5th in the 110m hurdles. Geoff Harris, of Halifax, placed 5th in the 800 meter final. Celia Peters, Halifax, 800 meters 8th. 
Other NB athletes were: 
Pascel Cyr, of ASEA, who placed 9th in the javelin 
Pierre Landry, Club Elite de Kent, in the long jump (13th)
Jean-Marc Dorion, of O2, who completed in the 800meters (19th) 
Adam Kellar, from Hampton, 800m 14th 
Nadine Frost, Charlotte County, 800m 13th, 1500m 19th 
Lydia Frost, Charlotte County, 800m 16th, 1500m 20th 
Three members of the Local Organizing Committee for the 2013 & 2014 Nationals that will be held in Moncton hosted by ASEA were also in attendance in Toronto as preparation for the meets. They were Doug Robinson, Earl Church & Peter Stuart. 

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