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NameCarolyne Prevost
ContingentTeam Ontario



Team: Ontario
No: 87
Final position: Gold
NL-ON Monday, March 05, 200711:00Canada Games Centre
ON-PEWednesday, March 07, 200711:00Takhini Arena
QF1 (Seeds 1-8)Thursday, March 08, 200712:30Takhini Arena
SF1 (Winners QF4-QF1)Friday, March 09, 200711:00Takhini Arena
Gold Match (Winners SF2-SF1)Saturday, March 10, 200709:00Takhini Arena



Height (ft, inches)5'4''
Weight (lb)130
Language(s) spokenFrench and English
Years I have participated in my sport
10 years
Club or School TeamLondon Junior Devilettes
CoachJohn Young
Position/Event/SportCenter and left wing/ Canada Winter Games/ Women's Hockey
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
2006- Silver medallist at the Canadian Senior National Taekwondo Championship in Nova Scotia.
2005- Silver medallist at the Junior Pan-Am Championship Games for Taekwondo in Oranjestad, Aruba.
3 times Canadian Junior National Champion in Taekwondo
6 times Provincial Champion in Taekwondo
2 times Ontario Cup Champion for soccer
2004- National Champion in soccer
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
06 National Canadian Senior Taekwondo Championship in Nova Scotia 2nd
05 U.18 Hockey team Ontario ( Blue)
05 Representing Canada in Taekwondo at the Pan-Am Championship 2nd
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
My goals for the upcoming Canada Winter Games are to compete at the highest level against people from other provinces and territories. I also hope to socialize with people from other provinces while having the opportunity to visit a new part of Canada that I have never seen before. It will be very interesting to have a chance to see other athletes from different sports competing.
My personal role model
My personal role model is Hayley Wickenheiser because she represents our country in two different sports. She represents Canada in the summer Olympics for softball while making a remarkable contribution to the winter Olympics for hockey. She is a multi-talented athlete and remains a great inspiration for all young women determined to achieve recognition as female athletes.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
After winning a Canadian National title in Taekwondo and soccer, I now have a chance to compete for another national title in hockey; the sport I like most. It would be an amazing personal accomplishment to have a third national title in a third sport. Aside from sports, I come from a very big family of fives girls including two set of twins. I myself have a twin who supports me in every sport and has often been my teammate. Because my parents are originally from Québec, I grew up in a French-speaking home in Ontario and I am perfectly bilingual.