2014 Winter Games

March 26, 2014 at 1:25 pm Leave a comment

The 2014 Newfoundland Winter Games too place in Clarenville from March 1 to the 9th. Up to 1,500 athletes, officials and coaches, along with parents and volunteers came to the the town to be involved in the games. The provinces top athletes competed in many different sports, wrestling of course was one of the most popular.

Wrestlers from different regions of the provence showcased their talents and competed for provincial gold. Their was a great turn out of high- caliber athletes from all regions of Newfoundland and Labrador. Female and male athletes competed in respected divisions for team points. Everyone wrestled great, safe and fair. Congratulations  to the winning regions and to all athletes who had the opportunity to compete. All teams showed great integrity, sportsmanship and represented their region with pride. It is nice to see so much enthusiasm and interest in wrestling in Newfoundland and Labrador. Thank you to all all athletes, coaches and volunteers involved in Wrestling at the 2014 Winter Games. You have strengthened this sport in our province. Keep training and participating!

Full results for Wrestling in The 2014 Winter Games available at: http://clarenville2014.com/wrestling-results

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