Jacqueline's passion for the sport began when she participated in school Track & Field in 1976. The fire was lit when she was 11 years old and driven even higher by the Summer Olympics in Montreal in the same year.
In early 1980 she participated in over 35 cross country and road races around the province while logging over 1900 km those years. Yes, like a pure road runner she kept a log then and still does today.
While competing in NB, she won the SunLife Series/Labatt Lite series four times including 1982,1986,1987,1990. She was the runner of the year in Southeastern striders in 1982,83 and 84.
University of Moncton Cross Country athletic of the year in 1984-85.
She has many personal highlights in her career from the 50 meters right up to the marathon: some include:
100 meters 13.2 in 1980
200 meters 27.5 in 1980
400 meters 64.3 in 1981
800 meters 2:26 in 1985
1000 meters 3:06.2 in 1985
1500 meters in 4:52.8 in 1986
3000 meters 10.18 in 1985
5 km 18:17 1988
10 km 37:09 1988
15 km 59:59 1988
10 mile 63:22 1990
20km 81:26 in 1986
1/2 marathon 1:24.26 1990
Marathon 3:18.35 in 1993
In 1982 she won the Provincial 10km championship in Newcastle and in 1986 she placed second in the 20km NB Championship in Riverview.
Jacqueline has 32 half marathons under her belt over the years, and all are under 2 hours.
Her passion for running as not diminished over the years, she may have left her best times in the 1980 & 90 in the past. But since 2000 she has recorded 163 road race around the world, the fire is still burning.
Her list of accomplishments is too long to repeat here tonight and we encourage you to check our Hall of Fame Web pages for complete results, there are many.
Run NB is extremely proud and honoured to induct Jacqueline Mallet as the 21st recipient in our Wall of Fame.
Congratulations Jacqueline and welcome aboard.