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NameRebecca Dundon Hazell
ContingentTeam Ontario



Team: Ontario
No: 2
Final position: Gold
E10: ON - SKSunday, March 04, 200718:30École Emilie Tremblay
E17: NS - ONMonday, March 05, 200712:00Better Bodies Centre
E44: ON - PEWednesday, March 07, 200712:00Better Bodies Centre
E55: MB - ONWednesday, March 07, 200718:30École Emilie Tremblay
E61: WA1 - WB2Thursday, March 08, 200712:00Better Bodies Centre
E76: W1/2 - Gold Friday, March 09, 200715:30École Emilie Tremblay



Height (ft, inches)5'10
Weight (lb)145
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamToronto Cricket Club/ Queen's University
CoachPat Richardson
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
Ontario Provincial Champion
Lee Hanebury Award & Jim Mason Fair Play Award
Loretto Abbey Dramatic Arts Award 2006
Loretto Abbey Visual Arts Aaward 2006
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2004 Ontario Winter Games 1
2006 Ontario Closed Under 19 1
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
Team -Women's Team First Place
Individual - Win all my matches
My personal role model
My Mom
Grandma & Grandpa
& Tiger Woods
Other information that could be of interest to the media
My 19th birthday is on March 13th. If this event took place three days later, I would not have been eligible to participate in it. I consider myself beyond lucky to get to represent Ontario in the Canadian Winter Games.
I attend Queen's University. Unlike what most would expect of an athlete, I have a fond interest in art and film. I am majoring in art history, and I hope to go to teachers college to become an elementary school teacher.