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NameAlysia Garmulewicz
ContingentTeam Ontario
SportCross Country Skiing



4 x 3.75 km Relay Female
Team: 003 Ontario
No: 2
Final position: Silver
CompetitionFriday, March 09, 200711:30Mt. McIntyre Recreational Centre
1200 m Sprint Female
No: 110
Final position: 17
CompetitionTuesday, March 06, 200711:30Mt. McIntyre Recreational Centre
7.5 km Race (classic, interval) Female
No: 149
Final position: 17
Competition(changed from 13:00 to 16:00)Monday, March 05, 200716:00Mt. McIntyre Recreational Centre
10 km Race (free, mass start) Female
No: 109
Final position: 21
CompetitionThursday, March 08, 200713:00Mt. McIntyre Recreational Centre



Height (ft, inches)5'7"
Weight (lb)140
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamKanata Racers
CoachHeinz Neiderhouser
Position/Event/SportCross-country skiing
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 Canadian National Crross-country skiing Championships 5th
2003 Canadian National Crross-country skiing Championships 3rd
2002 BC Winter Games 2nd
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
Win gold in my category
My personal role model
Beckie Scott
Other information that could be of interest to the media
As director of Changing Climates, Alysia is committed to inspiring solutions towards a sustainable future. In 2005 she organized the Canadian Youth Climate Change Conference and represented youth on the Canadian Delegation at the Montreal United Nations Climate Change Conference. Presently, Alysia is developing initiatives to inspire cutting edge youth careers for sustainability while pursuing a degree on Climate Change and Sustainability at Carleton University. She also represents Canada on the International Polar Year Youth Steering Committee.

Alysia has been awarded a 2006 Canadian Environment Award, the TD Canada Trust Scholarship for outstanding community leadership, the Toyota Earth Day scholarship national award, and has been recognized as one of the Top 20 Under 20 youth in Canada.