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NameKathleen Elizabeth Ring
ContingentTeam Newfoundland and Labrador
HometownSt.John's, NL



12.5 km Individual - mod to 10km by Jury Junior Female
No: 077
Competition-delayed until 14:00Tuesday, February 27, 200713:00Grey Mt Biathlon Centre
7.5 km Sprint (modified to 6 km by Jury) Junior Female
No: 082
Final position: 31
CompetitionMonday, February 26, 200713:30Grey Mt Biathlon Centre
10 km Pursuit Junior Female
No: xxx
Competition (cancelled due to weather)Friday, March 02, 200713:00Grey Mt Biathlon Centre



Height (ft, inches)5'4''
Weight (lb)125 lbs
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
4 years
CoachAdam Gale
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
-part of the 1st place 4A track and field team in NL
-part of the Canadian Forces team for taekwondo
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2003 Cadet Biathlon National Championships 20th,27th
2004 Cadet Biathlon National Championships 17th,26th
2005 Cadet Biathlon National Championships 5th,12th
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
My goal is to compete at the level I know I am capable of. If I know that I have done this at the Canada Games I know my goals will be met.
My personal role model
My personal role model is Myriam Bedard. As a former cadet, like Myriam Bedard, she has inspired me to achieve goals like she has.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I started out doing biathlon with cadets. The first year I competed I only placed 19th at the provincial level. By my second year of competition I placed 2nd and was part of the composite team going to the Cadet Nationals in Charlo. I went to Cadet Nationals the following two years and by the third year I placed in the top ten.Once I particpated at the national level of biathlon with cadets, I became very interested in the sport and have continued training to get beyond the cadet competitions. Now I have the opportunity to participate in the Canada Games which I didn't think was even possible when I began the sport in 2002.