Amherst’s Mary Ann Belliveau (centre) raced to a 50-metre gold medal finish at the 2012 Special Olympics Nova Scotia Games held recently in Antigonish.
ANTIGONISH – Cumberland County Athletes recently competed in the 2012 Special Olympics Nova Scotia Summer Games at St. FX University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Results from the 2012 Special Olympics Nova Scotia Summer Games are as follows.
TRACK AND FIELD
Robert Babineau – Gold in Shot Put
Ryan Mootrey – Bronze in 100-metre race, Gold in the 200-metre race
Mary Ann Belliveau – Gold in 50-metre race, Gold in Standing Long Jump, Gold in Shot Put
Michelle Jaguary – Gold in 50-metre race, Gold in Standing Long Jump, Gold in Shot Put
Savanna Snowdon – Silver in 200-metre race
John Hachey – Silver in Running Long Jump, Bronze in Shot Put
Jarrett Green – Bronze in Running Long Jump
Amy Dares – Gold in Standing Long Jump
Harriet Barbour – Silver in 100-metre race, Gold in 200-metre race, Silver in Running Long Jump
Joey Timmons – Silver in 100-metre race, Gold in 400-metre race, Silver in Running Long Jump
Joseph Spence – Gold in 100-metre race
Adrian Henderson – Gold in 100-metre race, Silver in Standing Long Jump, Gold in Shot Put.
Matthew Porter – Bronze in Shot Put
Lauren Davis – Bronze in 100-metre race, Silver in 200-metre race
Brad Coady – Gold in 50-metre race
Bronze in the Venice Division went to: Amherst’s Jenna LeBlanc, Patricia Spicer and Vicki Harrison, and Springhill’s Chrissy Stonehouse. Susan Hoeg coaches the team.
Silver in the Turin Division went to: Alan Melanson Jason Chappell, Scott Park and Lucinda Osmond, all of Amherst. Mike LeBlanc coaches the team.
Winning silver in the Hayden Division was: Amherst’s Rebecca Sprague, Rebecca LeBlanc, Tim Bird, John Hachey, Brandon Ott, and David Moore, Oxfords David Teed and Vance Pyne, Pugwash’s Robyn Monro and Springhill’s Terry Black. Lisa Hines and Stu Colson coach the team.