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NameKathryn Brianna Durant
ContingentTeam Saskatchewan
HometownSwift Current
SportFigure Skating



Special Olympics Level III Singles Female
Final position: Silver
ElementsTuesday, March 06, 200714:15Canada Games Centre
Free SkateThursday, March 08, 200715:00Canada Games Centre



Height (ft, inches)5' 9"
Weight (lb)166
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamSwift Current Skating Club
CoachJoanne Guppy
Position/Event/SportSpecial Olympics Ladies Level 3
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
I was alternate for the sask special Olympic Swim Team in 2006. I am improving my strokes and times. I have won many skating competitions and am training hard 3 - 5 times a week to do my best.

Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 Sask Sectionals Special Olympics Ladies Level 3 1st
2004 Special Olympic National Games Level 3 3rd
2003 Canada Games Level 2 2nd
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
I will try to so my best and skate the best I can. I hope to get a gold medal. I hope I meet some new friends and get some phone numbers. I hope I make coaches and teachers and friends proud. I hope I can go dog sledding and build an igloo. I hope I can spin and jump and that I'm not too nervous.

My personal role model
My favorite skaters are elvis and Nicole Watt and Sale and Pelletier
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I am a grade 12 student in special education. I graduate this year. I like to cross train in Special Olympic swimming. I sing in the school choir. I like to spend time with my friends. I am in work experience at Staples part time. I am trying to get my drivers licence but I'm having trouble passing the test. I like to
go to school dances with my friends. I enjoy listening to my music. I apprieciate my skating coach - Joanne and my swimming coach - Jackie. They are helping me with my training. I have 2 sisters. Sometimes I fly to B.C. to visit my Dad. I hope I make my coaches and my teachers and my friends proud.