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NameAlicia Elizabeth Hurley
ContingentTeam Ontario



12.5 km Individual - mod to 10km by Jury Junior Female
No: 075
Final position: 9
Competition-delayed until 14:00Tuesday, February 27, 200713:00Grey Mt Biathlon Centre
7.5 km Sprint (modified to 6 km by Jury) Junior Female
No: 070
Final position: 13
CompetitionMonday, February 26, 200713:30Grey Mt Biathlon Centre
10 km Pursuit Junior Female
No: xxx
Competition (cancelled due to weather)Friday, March 02, 200713:00Grey Mt Biathlon Centre



Height (ft, inches)5ft 8inches
Weight (lb)135
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
7 years
Club or School TeamCamrose Ski Club, Augustana Vikings
CoachJacqueline Akerman
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
I am currently in my second year at the University of Alberta, Augustana Faculty pursuing a degree in Physical Education.
Awarded Top Biathlete of 2006 by the Ottawa Sports Awards.
I also had a personal best at my first North American Cup on December 3 and 4th, 2006 coming 3rd in the sprint and pursuit.
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2004 Ontario Winter Games - Individual & Sprint Race 1st & 2nd
2006 Canadian National Championships, Valcartier QC 10th Individual
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games are to be the top Ontario Biathlete.
To have a racing percentage above 85% and shoot clean.
To meet athletes from other provinces and sports.
To emerse myself into the cultural experience of these Games.
My personal role model
Picking a personal role model is very hard but I would say that I look up to and am inspired by my fellow team members of the Augustana Biathlon Team. The dedication and passion that they show in their university studies and in biathlon has been a great example to me. They make me work harder every day to achieve my life goals and biathlon goals. They are also a great source of support and knowledge in both biathlon and life.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I began the sport of biathlon through the Air Cadet program and reached the National level in 2004 and 2005. Cadets launched me into the competitive world of biathlon and Ive been hooked ever since.
Currently Iam coaching for the Camrose Ski Club in both the Jr. Vikings and Biathlon Bear program. It is a great way to give back to the sport and encourage recreation in our youth.