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NameDanielle Jean Stewart
ContingentTeam Prince Edward Island
HometownWinsloe, PE
SportSynchronized Swimming



Figures Female
CompetitionMonday, February 26, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
Solo Female
Final position: 8
CompetitionMonday, February 26, 200718:55Canada Games Centre
B FlightFriday, March 02, 200708:25Canada Games Centre
A FlightFriday, March 02, 200710:00Canada Games Centre
Duet Female
Team: Fraser/Stewart
Final position: 10
CompetitionTuesday, February 27, 200709:25Canada Games Centre
B FlightThursday, March 01, 200709:25Canada Games Centre
A FlightThursday, March 01, 200710:50Canada Games Centre



Height (ft, inches)5'2
Weight (lb)118
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamCharlottetown Naiads
CoachStephanie Gee and Sara Allen
Position/Event/SportSolo and Duet/synchronized swimming
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
-fair play award 2006
-athlete of the year 2006
-team of the year 2006
-athlete of the year 2004
-team of the year 2004
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 Canadian Espoir Championships/synchronized swimming/figures 41 out of 89
2006 Eastern Divisionals/synchronized swimming/figures 39th out of 81
2005 Atlantics/synchronized swimming/figures and team 1st
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
-top half in figures
-perform my personal best in both solo and duet
-meet new people
-have fun
My personal role model
My person role model is my mom because she has been there for me for everthing including synchro. She drives me to practices, comes to all the competitions and is always cheering me on. Even when I get frustrated with all the training she's always there to remind me of my goals and that I've wanted this for so long. Even with all the time and money she puts into the sport she never complains, she is always telling everyone how excited she is for the upcoming competitions and how proud she is of me. She treats all of my team mates not just like swimmers but like daughters. Everyone knows at competitions she'll be there trying to help with anything she can. I'm really greatful for the relationship I have with her, she's not just my mom, she's my best friend and I really don't think I could have made it this far without her.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
-I moved up 3 tiers to be able to try out for the games
- I train 13 hours a week in the pool
- I participate in other activities as extra training for synchro such as; yoga, dance, running, and personalized gym workouts
- I have been training for the games for 3 years
- I take part in a lot of fundraisers for synchro
- I coached recreational synchro for one year and would like to coach competitive synchro next year, and hopefully have the chance to coach the next Canada Games team.