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NameThomas Lloyd McKee
ContingentTeam Ontario
HometownMarkham, Ontario



Single Male
Final position: 9
39 Saturday, February 24, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
52 Saturday, February 24, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
Double Male
Team: Phang/Mckee
Final position: 9
17Saturday, February 24, 200714:00Canada Games Centre
Team competition Mix
Team: Ontario
Final position: 4
4-13Tuesday, February 27, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
4-12Tuesday, February 27, 200714:00Canada Games Centre
4-5Tuesday, February 27, 200719:00Canada Games Centre
2C-1DWednesday, February 28, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
2A-1DWednesday, February 28, 200714:00Canada Games Centre
1D-1BThursday, March 01, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
SF1 (1A-2B)Thursday, March 01, 200713:00Canada Games Centre
Bronze Match (Losers SF1-SF2)Friday, March 02, 200709:00Canada Games Centre



Height (ft, inches)5 ft 8 in
Weight (lb)156 lbs
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
10 years
Club or School TeamGranite Club, Toronto & RA Club, Ottawa
CoachMike DeBelle, Toronto & Mike Bitten, Ottawa
Position/Event/SportSingles, Doubles, Mixed Badminton
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
Top ranked male player in Canada Winter Games Trials
Ranked 6th Nationally in Mens Singles.
Toronto Star Athlete of the Week.
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2005 Ontario Junior Championships, U19 Boys Doubles & 2nd in Singles 1st
2005 OFSSA Championships Boys Singles 1st
2006 US International Open Championships, Mens Singles, Doubles Final 16's
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
To contribute to winning a gold medal in the team event.
To make semi-finals in the singles, doubles, and mixed individual events.
My personal role model
2 Role Models:
My father, Jamie McKee, past Canadian Mens Singles Badminton Champion and Silver Medalist at the Commonwealth Games.
My sister, Fiona McKee, ranked 30th in the World in Women's doubles and Under 23 Canadian Champion in doubles and mixed.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
Competed in my first international competition last summer in the US Open. In the second round of men's doubles, played Tony Gunawan (2006 World's Champion) and Halim Haryaranto. We were tied 5 all at the beginning of the match, the crowd was going wild, and, of course, we lost.