Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Georgetown Black Ice pair chase world title in Prague
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Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 31 Mar 2006, p. 18


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Two Georgetown residents-- Ashleigh McIndoe and Kelly Longworth-- are in Prague, Czech Republic this week for the World Synchronized Skating Championships as part of the Black Ice senior team from the Upper Canada Skating Club in North York. The Black Ice won the national title earlier this month at the BMO Canadian Synchronized Championships in Hamilton and will be one of 21 teams vying for the International Skating Union crown in Prague. There are two Canadian entries, with the Black Ice performing its long program set to a theme from the Batman movies. Each team has 24 members, with 20 performing in technically elaborate routines. The 22-year-old McIndoe, a third-year nursing student at Humber College, is in her 14th year synchronized skating, while this is the first season at the senior level for the 18-year-old Longworth, a Georgetown District High School graduate who enjoyed success for the past three years with the junior Black Ice teams.


Creator:
Maher, Eamonn
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Newspaper
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Articles
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Date of Publication:
31 Mar 2006
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McIndoe, Ashleigh ; Longworth, Kelly
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Upper Canada Skating Club ; Georgetown District High School
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Halton.News.204312
Language of Item:
English
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Georgetown Black Ice pair chase world title in Prague