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Canada Games alumni at 2016 Winter Youth Olympics

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Canada Games alumni at 2016 Winter Youth Olympics

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Canada Games alumni at 2016 Winter Youth Olympics

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Canada Games alumni at 2016 Winter Youth Olympics

The 2015 Canada Winter Games were the first taste of high-level multi-sport competition for many young canadian athletes.

Now, one year later, some of them will take the experience they gained last year in Prince George and use it during the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway starting this week-end.

15 of the 44 athletes (only including Canada Games sports) who will compete in Norway represented their Province at last year's Canada Winter Games.

Here is how they performed in Prince George last year:

Tekarra Banser - Biathlon
Won gold in the 3 x 6 km Relay Female for Team BC

Ben Churchill - Biathlon
Won gold in the 15 km Individual Male for Team Alberta
Won silver in the 3 x 7.5 Relay Male for Team Alberta
Will be the Flag Bearer for Team Canada at the Youth Olympics

Levi Nadlersmith - Cross-Country Skiing
Finished 6th in the 4 x 5 km Relay Male for Team Manitoba

Mary Fay and Karlee Burgess - Curling
Won silver for Team Nova Scotia

Sterling Middleton and Tyler Tardi - Curling
Won bronze for Team BC

Zachary Lagha and Marjorie Lajoie - Figure Skating
Won gold for Team Quebec in Dance Novice Mix

Jared McIsaac - Hockey
Finished 5th with Team Nova Scotia

Ty Smith - Hockey

Won Silver with Team Alberta

Jett Woo - Hockey
Won Bronze with Team Manitoba

Evan Bichon - Snowboard
Won Gold for Team BC in Snowboard Cross Male

Kira-Nicole Lengkeek - Snowboard
Finished 5th for Team Alberta in the Slope Style Female

Baily McDonald - Snowboard
Won Silver for Team Ontario in Slope Style Female

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