Premier Extends Best Wishes to Olympians and Paralympians

first_img Ellie Black, Halifax, Gymnastics Custio Clayton, North Preston, Boxing Ryan Cochrane, Windsor, Kayak Amy Cotton, Judique, Inverness Co., Judo Mark de Jonge, Halifax, Kayak Danielle Dube, Glen Haven, Halifax Regional Municipality, Sailing Eric Gillis, Antigonish, Marathon Geoff Harris, Halifax, Sprinting Jenna Martin, Caledonia, Queens Co., Sprinting Jason McCoombs, Dartmouth, Canoe David Sharpe, Halifax, Swimming Jamey Jewells, Donkin, Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Wheelchair Basketball Devan Gotell, Antigonish, Paralympic Swimming Paul Tingley, Halifax, Paralympic Sailing Nova Scotia will be well-represented in London as the province sends its largest contingent in history to the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. Fourteen Nova Scotian Olympic and Paralympic athletes will compete on the international stage as part of Team Canada. “On behalf of all Nova Scotians, congratulations and best wishes to all of our incredible athletes,” said Premier Darrell Dexter. “They have worked hard and put in countless hours for this opportunity. I have no doubt that Nova Scotia’s athletes can compete with the best in the world.” Nova Scotia’s 2012 Olympic and Paralympic athletes are: To cheer on Nova Scotia athletes or to learn more about them, visit www.novascotia.ca/olympics2012 .last_img

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