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le June 7, 2006

Debbie Low - Canada's Chef de Mission Beijing 2008


“It is an honour to be selected as Team Canada’s leader for 2008,”
said Low. “Having served as the 2004 Assistant Chef de Mission, I feel
well prepared to ensure that our athletes and coaches achieve athletic
excellence and podium success.”

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le May 23, 2006

Feel the Rush Wins Communications Award


has won a top communications award.

The Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS), has recognized FEEL THE RUSH
as one of the best marketing communications programs of the past year.
CPC will discover whether the campaign has won first prize at the
upcoming CPRS national conference in Niagara Falls, June 13. ...

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le May 7, 2006

Four Medals for Canada on the Track in Manchester


“It was slippery in the second race because of the rain and there
was no grip on the push rims because the grip-glue had no effect in the
cold,” said Roy after her races. “It was good to get the silver, but I
would have loved coming back to Canada with two podiums.”

“I am pretty happy with my performance at t...

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le May 6, 2006

Great Day of Paralympic Swimming, But Not For Canada


Veteran Stephanie Dixon of Victoria BC started two races in the
qualifying heats, but committed a false start in the 100m Freestyle to
be disqualified. In her other event - the 50m freestyle -, Dixon swam
to a fourth place in the finals in what was the closest of event the
team, missing the podium by 0.2 seco...

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le May 4, 2006

Canada's Hoopsters Win Gold at Paralympic World Cup


In front of a packed crowd at the Manchester Velodrome, Team Canada
took an early lead in the first half with Patrick Anderson (Fergus, ON)
leading the way. The 6’4” star showed once again his domination of the
sport with impressive moves and impeccable precision. However, the
Aussies stayed close to reduce t...

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