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New Winter Olympics sports, as imagined by Grade 6 students

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Letters from Grade 6 students at Neil Campbell School describing new sports they'd like to watch in the Winter Olympics.

  • Juscenta, 11, imagines a race to Tim Hortons for a double-double on the double.

    Juscenta, 11, imagines a race to Tim Hortons for a double-double on the double.

  • Autumn, 11, would like to see Canadians earn medals for windshield scraping, driveway shovelling, dog sledding and ice bowling.

    Autumn, 11, would like to see Canadians earn medals for windshield scraping, driveway shovelling, dog sledding and ice bowling.

  • Abby, 11, would like to see a version of ice bowling where figure skaters are the pins.

    Abby, 11, would like to see a version of ice bowling where figure skaters are the pins.

  • Tayman, 11, envisions a Winter Olympics sport wherein athletes race through 20 feet of snow — 'not so bad is it?'

    Tayman, 11, envisions a Winter Olympics sport wherein athletes race through 20 feet of snow — 'not so bad is it?'

  • Tessa, 11, imagines a cross between figure skating and gymnastics — with splits and cartwheels on ice.

    Tessa, 11, imagines a cross between figure skating and gymnastics — with splits and cartwheels on ice.

  • Alexandra, 11, would like to see snow shovelling become an Olympic sport. Because if Canadians don't know how to shovel, 'Scooby-doo might as well be a normal dog.'

    Alexandra, 11, would like to see snow shovelling become an Olympic sport. Because if Canadians don't know how to shovel, 'Scooby-doo might as well be a normal dog.'

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