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NameLeah Ceone Sulyma
ContingentTeam Northwest Territories



Team: Northwest Territories
No: 1
Final position: 11
NT-MBMonday, March 05, 200715:00Takhini Arena
NS-NTTuesday, March 06, 200715:00Takhini Arena
Seeds 2-4Thursday, March 08, 200709:00Takhini Arena
Seeds 2-3Thursday, March 08, 200719:30Canada Games Centre
Seeds 1-2Friday, March 09, 200719:00Takhini Arena



Height (ft, inches)5"4'
Weight (lb)138
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamSt.Francis Xavier
CoachBryan Kellar
Position/Event/SportGoalie, Hockey
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
Made the National Aboriginal U18 Woman's Hockey Team in Canada, First All-Star Team two years in row for National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (2005 & 2006). Arctic winter Games: peewee boys gold medal 2002, junior female silver medal 2004, junior female bronze medal 2006. Top goalie in Inuvik for 6 years. Moved away from home(Inuvik) to Edmonton for hockey and school purposes.
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships 7th
2006 Arctic Winter Games 3rd
2005 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships 7th
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
Experience the opportunity to the maximum, play my hardest, help my team achieve their goals, have a whole lot of fun, exspose my self more to scouts and people all over Canada.
My personal role model
Everyone in my family, because they always stood by me from my highs to the lows, and they are all just a good example to follow in both family and life situations.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
Moved all the way from Inuvik, Northwest Territories to go to school and play a higher level of hockey in Edmonton, Alberta. Attending St. Francis Xavier High School in the hockey academy with many talented players from Alberta. Ranked number one among aboriginal female goalies midget aged in Canada.