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Wolfville snowboarder wins Nova Scotia's second medal at Canada Games


PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - Wolfville's Maddie Radvanyi has won Team Nova Scotia's second medal at the Canada Winter Games

The 20-year-old won silver in the Parallel Giant Slalom Feb. 24 in Purden Ski Village at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C.

The gold went to Quebec's Marianne Laurin-Lalonde.

Radvanyi has snowboarded for the past eight years. Originally from Ontario, she is currently in her third year at Acadia University, where she is studying kinesiology. She was accepted into the sports injury assessment and management program in her second year and was the junior athletic therapist for the varsity men's soccer team.

This is Nova Scotia's second medal at the Canada Games; last week, gymnast Stephen Clouter won a bronze in the horizontal bar.

 

Keep up with Team Nova Scotia with TC Media's coverage.

Click  to view TSN’s broadcast schedule for the games.

Click to view the canadagames.tv webcast schedule.

Complete results from the Games are available online.

The 20-year-old won silver in the Parallel Giant Slalom Feb. 24 in Purden Ski Village at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C.

The gold went to Quebec's Marianne Laurin-Lalonde.

Radvanyi has snowboarded for the past eight years. Originally from Ontario, she is currently in her third year at Acadia University, where she is studying kinesiology. She was accepted into the sports injury assessment and management program in her second year and was the junior athletic therapist for the varsity men's soccer team.

This is Nova Scotia's second medal at the Canada Games; last week, gymnast Stephen Clouter won a bronze in the horizontal bar.

 

Keep up with Team Nova Scotia with TC Media's coverage.

Click  to view TSN’s broadcast schedule for the games.

Click to view the canadagames.tv webcast schedule.

Complete results from the Games are available online.

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