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Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton Extends Thoughts to all Families Affected by Alberta Floods

June 24, 2013

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton would like to extend its thoughts and prayers to all families affected by the devastating floods in southern Alberta. 

Many of the national body’s athletes and staff call Alberta, particularly Calgary, home. 

Everyone in the sliding sport community has been significantly affected by the natural disaster in some fashion. While all of our athletes, coaches and team members are safe, the rebuild for Albertans will be long and difficult. It is encouraging to see so many of the sport’s athletes showcase their Olympic spirit by lending a hand to personally help their fellow-Albertans bounce back from the floods during this time focused on the cleanup. 

Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton’s thoughts are with our staff and athletes, our Olympic family in the area, along with friends and the entire province of Alberta.

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