In Junior class in 1991, Brad was 2nd in triple jump, long jump, 100m and 3rd in 4×100 relay at District. In 1992 at District, he was 1st in both jumps and 100m and 3rd in 200m. at regional he placed 1st in these four events and at Provincials was 2nd in all but the 200m.
Moving up to Intermediate in 1993 at District, he placed 1st in long jump, 100m, 200m, 2nd in 4×100 relay and 3rd in 4×100 relay. At Regional he was 1st in 200 m and 2nd in long jump while at Provincials he was 3rd in long jump and 100m, 2nd in 200 m and 400 m and 3rd in triple jump. At Regional he was 1st in both jumps and 2nd in 200 m and at Provincials won both long and triple jumps.
Brad moved to Senior in 1995 and recorded 1st in both jumps and 100 m and 200 m at District. At Regional he was 1st in all but 100 m. In his final year at MRHS at District he repeated his wins from the year before as well as 2nd in 4×100 m relay and 4×400 relays. At Regional he was 1st in long jump and third in triple jump while at Provincials he was 5th in 200 m.
Moving to St. Mary’s University in 1997 at the Nova Scotia University Athletic Federation Meet, Brad placed 3rd in triple jump and long jump duplicating this feat in the 1998 Meet. Also in 1997 at the Aileen Meagher International Classic, he was 2nd in triple jump and 3rd in long jump, both his specialties.
Brad Corbett, Track and Field athlete is a most welcome addition to the Sports Heritage Wall of Fame.