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Manitoba announces speedskating team for Canada Games

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WINNIPEG - Manitoba’s speedskating team has been announced for the 2011 Canada Winter Games in Halifax on Feb. 11-27.

The 18-member team includes nine female and nine male athletes who are split between the short track and long track events.

The 10-member short track team includes:

  • Taryn Dyer (Rivers),
  • Hannah Martin (Winnipeg),
  • Michelle Daeninck (Winnipeg),
  • Raelene Sawatzky-Dyck (Brandon),
  • Karine Martel (St. Pierre),
  • Devon Borus (Winnipeg),
  • Nicholas Couture (Winnipeg),
  • Jess Neufeld (Winnipeg),
  • Christopher Prendergast (Winnipeg), and
  • Thomas Struthers (Winnipeg).

The eight-member long track team includes:

  • Elise MacDonald (Winnipeg),
  • Heather McLean (Winnipeg),
  • Grace Boyd (Winnipeg),
  • Kelsey Reilly (Winnipeg),
  • Milo Delbigio (Winnipeg),
  • Christopher Daeninck (Winnipeg),
  • Brett Appleyard (Stonewall), and
  • Hewson Elliott (Brandon).

The coaching staff includes Erin Copeland and Todd Landon, and managers Leela Braun and Peter Birse.

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