Check out this week’s KYAA – Know Your Aboriginal Athlete question of the week in the KYAA section of our website…
Team NB Mission Staff Mtg #1- Sept. 27-28, Miramichi
Oct 1-4 NAIG M2 Chef de Mission Meetings, Regina, Sask
Aboriginal Coaching Module:
Oct. 12th – Eel Ground School @ 8:30am
Nov. 23rd – Sport NB Summit, Crowne Plaza (F'ton) @ 8:30am
The New Brunswick Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Authority plans to add a Hall of Fame to our Sport Recognition Awards presentations. For more information please visit the Hall of Fame section of our website.
The 2010 New Brunswick Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Authority (NBASRA) Investors Group Aboriginal Coaches Seminar and Sport Recognition Awards took place on November 27th at St. Mary’s First Nation’s Chief Harold Sappier Memorial Elementary School. Manon Ouellette (Coach NB) and Rachel McKinley (Aboriginal Coaching Manual Learning Facilitator) introduced delegates to the National Coaching Certification Program, explore what it means to [...]
The answer to this week’s KYAA – Know Your Aboriginal Athlete question is Dylan Bartlett of Woodstock First Nation (Swimming)…and Jake Augustine of Elsipogtog was the first one to submit the correct answer. For more information on Dylan Bartlett and for next week’s question check out the KYAA section of the website.
Check out the new section of our website titled “KYAA” or “Know Your NB Aboriginal Athlete(s).” We will test your knowledge regarding NB’s current and former Aboriginal athletes…WIN A NBASRA ADIDAS TEE SHIRT!!! Please send your answer to Pat.Bernard@nbasra.ca with the appropriate information required. If you are the first to guess the question correctly you will [...]
- By David Grossman, Toronto Star TORONTO – Cheyenne Roger would like to be Canada’s first aboriginal basketball player in the WNBA. Only 15 years old, but at 6-foot-2 already a force on the court, Roger is quite serious about making her dream a reality. To read the full article by David Grossman of the [...]
Congrats to the following New Brunswick Aboriginal athletes who have made Team New Brunswick that will be attending the 2011 Canada Winter Games in Halifax, Nova Scotia from February 11th-27th: Mackenzie Brown (Mens Hockey, Tobique First Nation), Ashley Knockwood (Target Shooting, Fort Folly First Nation) and David Knockwood (Target Shooting, Fort Folly First Nation).
Check out the article from the Telegraph Journal on Tyrone Sock (Elsipogtog) and Team Atlantic. The full article can also be viewed in the HOCKEY section of our website and is titled “Under-17 experience invaluable.”
The NBASRA handed out their NB Aboriginal Coaching Awards at the Sport NB – Pitney Bowes Sport Awards Saturday night. The winners were Luckie Milliea (Elsipogtog) and Dru Milliea (Eel Ground). Winners photo is available in the awards section of this website.
The NBASRA handed out their Tom Longboat Awards at the Sport NB – Pitney Bowes Sport Awards Saturday night. The winners were Lucas Ward (Metepenegiag) and Ashley Knockwood (Fort Folly). Winners photo is available in the awards section of this website.