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Sport Nova Scotia – (Halifax, October 26, 2018)- Gabrielle Levesque and Pier-Alexandre Hudon are the Team of the Month for September. The Halifax duo competed at the international competition, Cup of Austria in Linz from August 29 until September 1. Levesque and Hudon skated two personal best programs earning them a total of 126.61 points. The pair placed eighth overall, and their performance earned them a spot at Czech Skate where they earned 11th place later that month.

Andrew Todd is the Male Team Athlete of the Month for September. The 29-year-old from Dartmouth and his partner Kyle Fredrickson recently won gold in the PR3 men’s event at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The international competition took place from September 9 until September 16 and hosted over 500 competitors. Todd has been a member of the RCA Canadian National Para Team for the past four years.

Dylan MacLean is the Female Team Athlete of the Month for September. The 14-year-old was instrumental to team (white) Nova Scotia’s gold metal win at the 14U Girls Atlantic Championships from September 7 until September 9 in St. John’s. MacLean was awarded Top Offensive Player and MVP. MacLean’s tournament stats make her the most impressive player to ever participate in the tournament.  

Brittany Cameron is the Female Individual Athlete of the Month for September. The 28-year-old Equestrian rider earned first place in the individual category within the Entry Division at the Atlantic Canada Equestrian Championships in Strathgartney, PE on September 23. The event hosted 49 competitors from three provinces. Cameron was also a member of Team Nova Scotia who won a silver medal at the same event.

The Athlete of the Month program is administered by Sport Nova Scotia, whose members are eligible to nominate athletes for the awards. A membership committee selects the award recipients for five possible categories: Male Individual Athlete, Female Individual Athlete, Male Team Athlete, Female Team Athlete, and Team. For more information about the awards, please visit sportnovascotia.ca. 

Sport Nova Scotia is a voice for amateur sport that promotes the benefits of health, personal development and achievement of all participants. Sport Nova Scotia is a non-profit, non-government organization representing approximately 60 provincial sport organizations and more than 160,000-member Nova Scotians.

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Kate Trask

Communications Coordinator, Sport Nova Scotia

ktrask@sportnovascotia.ca

902-292-0037