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NameNatasha Patricia Côté
ContingentTeam Ontario



Team: Ontario
No: 015
Final position: Gold
PE-OnFriday, February 23, 200710:00Canada Games Centre
ON-BCSaturday, February 24, 200709:00Canada Games Centre
ON-NSSunday, February 25, 200713:00Canada Games Centre
QC-ONMonday, February 26, 200713:00Canada Games Centre
Ontario - New BrunswickTuesday, February 27, 200713:30Canada Games Centre
Manitoba vs OntarioWednesday, February 28, 200711:00Canada Games Centre
Gold Medal Game Alberta vs OntarioThursday, March 01, 200714:00Takhini Arena



Height (ft, inches)5'4''
Weight (lb)145
Language(s) spokenFrench and English
Years I have participated in my sport
13 years
Club or School TeamGloucester-Cumberland Devils
CoachDanielle Poirier
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
I received a Ringette Scholarship (Cara Brown) for university at the 2006 Canadian Ringette Championships in Longueil. My AA Gloucester-Cumberland Devils ringette team won Provincials in 2004 and 2006 and went on to represent Ontario at the Canadian Ringette Championships (4th place both years). Participated at Ontario Winter Games in 2004 and 2006 winning the gold and bronze respectively. In 2006, won the gold medal in the John McCrea High School Girls Hockey Tournament and my school soccer team won the gold medal against all french schools in the Province of Ontario (Franco Ontarien). In the summer of 2006, my Gloucester Hornets soccer team placed 4th in Ontario.
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2004 and 2006 Ontario Ringette Provincials Championship 1st
2004 and 2006 Canadian Ringette Championships 4th
2004 and 2006 Ontario Winter Games / Ringette 1st and 3rd
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
My personal goal for the 2007 Canada Winter Games is to do my best to help my ringette team be successful and by doing so help the Province of Ontario obtain The Canada Games Flag. I also plan on participating as a fan in other sports by cheering our fellow Provincial team mates and meeting athletes from across Canada.
My personal role model
My parents. Their guidance, patience and support are the reason I am a responsible person today and able to appreciate how fortunate I am.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
I am one of the Captains of my Ringette team and the only fluently bilingual player on my team.