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Surrey pair picked for World Cup

Two Surrey residents are on the Canadian team heading for the Boccia World Cup in Belfast, Ireland Aug. 18-27,

Alison Kabush is on the BC3 team along with Bruno Garneau of Montreal and Vancouver’s Paul Gauthier. 

Caroline Vietniks will team with Marco Dispaltro of Lavale, Quebec and Sarnia, Ontario’s Josh Vander Vies in the BC4 category.

“Veterans Paul Gauthier, Alison Kabush and Tammy McLeod are back on the team, and their presence will be good for everyone,” said head coach Mario Delisle.

 “They are very motivated to succeed and to help Canada qualify for the 2012 Paralympic Games in World Cup in August 2011.”

 

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