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Page 96 - On the Road to the Canada Winter (Part 2)

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1987/1/1 (238 reads)

so I can move up on the provincial team. The top 3 on the team get to be on the re? lay team for the Canada Games. In about 2 more weeks I'm going to set a goal for my- self--3 miles in the night and 3 miles in the morning, plus my other training. (Do you ever dream about all this?) I have a few dreams, I guess. It's on my mind con? stantly. My girl friend's sick of hearing it. And every time I talk to her about it I say, "Oh, I'm sorry. I don't want to talk about it." She says, "No, that's o- kay." It's just that, I don't know--I live for it. That's why I live, for speed skat? ing.... In the nights, when I'm doing my homework, I'm doing my homework, but I'm thinking about speed skating. And once in awhile when I'm doing my homework, I'll go up and I'll take out my skates and I'll start fiddling with the blades or some? thing. Just to know that I'm looking at my speed skates. Then I'll put them back. And once in awhile I'll glance over at a pos? ter. I've got a few posters of Boucher in my room. When it comes to studying, I'll study. But it's on my mind a lot. SPEED SKATING: The Nova Scotia Core Team, as of October '86. Front 1-r: Muriel MacDonald (Sydney), Presi? dent of Sydney Club, Patricia MacDougall (Sydney), Robert Joyce (Dartmouth), Tim Gray (Dartmouth), Stephen Sutherland (Sydney), Carol Hillier (North Sydney), Leanne Wells (North Sydney), Karen MacNeil (North Syd? ney), Darlene Campbell (Sydney). Middle 1-r: Kenzie MacDonald (Sydney), Cathy Kennedy (Sydney), David Doyle (North Sydney), Jennifer MacDonald (Sydney). Rear 1-r: Lise Anne Kwindt (Dartmouth), Bev Maclnnis (Sydney), Morgan Archer-Shea (Dartmouth), Derrick Kwindt (Dartmouth), Brent Thompson (Dartmouth), Eric Maclntyre (Glace Bay), David Grey (Dartmouth), Provincial Coach. FOUR QUALITY NAMES IN SPORTSWEAR! 189 Townsend St., Sydney Phone 539-7165 FITNESS WALKING (96) THE' Fully Warranted Royal Robbins STYLE WITH MOUNTAINEERING HERITAGE
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