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A day in the life of bobsledder Heather Moyse

A day in the life of bobsledder Heather Moyse

By Georgia Sapounas
Digital Manager, Canadian Olympic Committee

Heather Moyse is a P.E.I. native who won gold for Canada at Vancouver 2010 as the bobsleigh brakeman for pilot Kaillie Humphries.  Less than a year out of hip surgery, she recently clocked two of the best bobsleigh push times in her career; watch out Sochi 2014.  Perhaps it’s the variety of training that keeps this thirty-five year old on top of her game.  Moyse won a silver medal at the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens and placed fourth in the 500-metre time trial at the 2012 Pan-American Track Cycling Championships a year after taking up the sport.  Just incredible. Come along for the ride as she takes us through a day in her life.

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By Georgia Sapounas
Digital Manager, Canadian Olympic Committee

Former elite athlete. Loves connectivity & technology. Drop me a line @georgiasap.

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