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NameMorgan G Latremouille
ContingentTeam Nova Scotia



Team: Nova Scotia
No: 3
Final position: 7
E01: MB - NSSunday, March 04, 200712:00Better Bodies Centre
E13: AB - NSMonday, March 05, 200709:00Better Bodies Centre
E25: NS - YTMonday, March 05, 200718:30École Emilie Tremblay
E34: NB - NSTuesday, March 06, 200715:30Better Bodies Centre
E45: NS - QCWednesday, March 07, 200712:00Better Bodies Centre
E59: MA4 - MA3Thursday, March 08, 200709:00École Emilie Tremblay
E67: M7/8Friday, March 09, 200709:00Better Bodies Centre



Height (ft, inches)5'5"
Weight (lb)105lbs
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
7 years
Club or School TeamSquash Nova Scotia, St Mary's University - The Tower
CoachMelissa Shakespeare
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
2007 Atlantic Junior Squash Championships, BU-17 Gold 1st place
2006 Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation Athlete of the Year
Nova Scotia Closed, C Event runner up, 2006
Moncton Open, C Event runner up, 2006
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 Canadian Junior Nationals - squash
2006 Burlington Jesters Open
2006 PSA Bluenose Classic, companion event
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
I want to play well enough to place in the top half of the field. I want to learn more and see some great games. I am looking forward to seeing as many sports as posible. I love sport!
My personal role model
Steve Nash. The NBA consists of mainly tall people and not very many Canadians. Steve Nash, despite the odds, has recieved the MVP for two years in a row. He demonstrates that a regular guy, with enough work, can go all the way.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I am a multi-sport athlete. I am playing squash in the Canada Games, my other sports include: soccer, basketball, badminton, volleyball, ping pong, football, baseball.