Team Alberta 2016

RESULTS

 

Team Alberta is committed to offering quality winter sport training programs defined by the hard work, effort, commitment and respect of its members. Based on the results from the 2015 provincial winter games, 65 athletes with 31 coaches and mission staff will represent Alberta at the 2016 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Corner Brook from March 1 to 5, 2016. 

 
 
TEAM ALBERTA FAST FACTS
  • 65 athletes
  • 31 Mission Staff and coaches: 11 mission, 20 coaches
  • Sports competing in: Alpine, Cross Country, Curling, Figure Skating, Floor Hockey, Snowshoeing, Speed skating
  •  Representing Thirteen Alberta communities: Calgary, Canmore, Cochrane, Crowsnest Pass, Edmonton, Onoway, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Strathmore, Drumheller, Airdrie, St. Albert
  • Youngest Athlete: 15 year old Nicholas Lily (Floor Hockey from Calgary)
  •  Oldest Athlete: 54 year old Findlay Rudolph (Curling from Calgary)
  •  Longest serving athlete: Bill Hurley (Floor Hockey from Calgary), 35 years old who has been part of Special Olympics for 27 years.

 



 Check out Team Alberta's FACT SHEET and for full Team Alberta profiles go to the Team Alberta ROSTER.

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