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NameKelsey Marie Haworth
ContingentTeam Alberta



Team: Alberta
No: 015
Final position: Silver
MB-ABSaturday, February 24, 200713:00Canada Games Centre
AB-NBSunday, February 25, 200715:00Canada Games Centre
AB-SKMonday, February 26, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
Alberta - Nova ScotiaTuesday, February 27, 200711:00Canada Games Centre
Québec vs AlbertaWednesday, February 28, 200713:00Canada Games Centre
Gold Medal Game Alberta vs OntarioThursday, March 01, 200714:00Takhini Arena



Height (ft, inches)5'8"
Weight (lb)145
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamCalgary Belle AA Unit
CoachDean Melynk
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
I received the individual achievement award after the final in nationals 06 in Quebec. I have won provincials six times, twice in Tween, therefore attending Westerns twice, coming home first with a bronze and then silver the next year. I have won provincials once in Junior and twice in belle, therefore attending nationals three times, my first in Calgary, Alberta and winning gold, and my second in Winnipeg and winning gold and my third nationals in Quebec getting silver.

Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 Canadian Nationals 2nd
2005 Canadian Nationals 1st
2004 Canadian Nationals 1st
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
My goals are to enjoy playing at a high level of ringette, enjoy all the experiences and learn from them, to make new friends and to learn more about other events. I also want to become a more skilled ringette player and learn new things from new coaches and new experiences and of course bring home the gold for Alberta!
My personal role model
My mom.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I played ringette from south Calgary and not many south Calgary girls played aa. I tried out for aa my first year petite ( the first year you are eligible) I got cut. My second year petite I made a aa team for Calgary. I then went on to play both years in tween at the aa level. I then came up to junior and was cut my first year junior from aa. I worked really hard to make aa the next year, and that’s what I did. I played aa my second year junior and have been playing aa straight through since. I think it’s a such an accomplishment to have been cut in junior and coaches and people not believing I could do it and now Im playing on the Canada winter games team for Alberta is a huge accomplishment for me.