Good Luck Team Ontario!

Friday, February 13, 2015

CSIO would like to wish all of the athletes, coaches, managers, technicians and mission staff that make up the Team Ontario contingent at the upcoming 2015 Canada Winter Games the best of luck. The Games will take place from February 13 to March 1, 2015 in Prince George, British Columbia. Team Ontario includes numerous athletes that are a part of CSIO’s Ontario High Performance Sport Initiative (OHPSI) program, from sports including judo, figure skating, wheelchair basketball, freestyle skiing, and synchronized swimming. As well, three Team Ontario coaches participating in the Games are part of the Advanced Coaching Diploma (ACD) program at CSIO - Manny Wu (synchronized swimming), Pedro Guedes (judo), Stephen Hunt (target shooting - ACD program graduate).

Click here to view the complete list of Team Ontario athletes, coaches, and managers.

Follow Team Ontario’s journey at the 2015 Canada Winter Games online at TeamOntario.ca.

Go Team O!

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