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Delta athletes head to Canada Games

The Canada Summer Games begin next week in Sherbrooke, Que. with eight Delta athletes representing B.C. and our community. The Delta Sports Council gave a send off to the athletes Tuesday in Ladner at Delta Gymnastics. Pictured from left: rowing brothers Maxwell and Aaron Lattimer, beach volleyball sisters Megan and Nicole McNamara, basketball star Ryan Cowley, soccer players Jasmine Mander (right), Sessen Stevens (centre) and Alessia Azermadhi (cutting the cake) with softball coach Gord Collings. - Adrian MacNair
The Canada Summer Games begin next week in Sherbrooke, Que. with eight Delta athletes representing B.C. and our community. The Delta Sports Council gave a send off to the athletes Tuesday in Ladner at Delta Gymnastics. Pictured from left: rowing brothers Maxwell and Aaron Lattimer, beach volleyball sisters Megan and Nicole McNamara, basketball star Ryan Cowley, soccer players Jasmine Mander (right), Sessen Stevens (centre) and Alessia Azermadhi (cutting the cake) with softball coach Gord Collings.
— image credit: Adrian MacNair

The Canada Summer Games begin next week in Sherbrooke, Que. with eight Delta athletes representing B.C. and our community. The Delta Sports Council gave a send off to the athletes Tuesday in Ladner at Delta Gymnastics.

Pictured from left: rowing brothers Maxwell and Aaron Lattimer, beach volleyball sisters Megan and Nicole McNamara, basketball star Ryan Cowley, soccer players Jasmine Mander (right), Sessen Stevens (centre) and Alessia Azermadhi (cutting the cake) with softball coach Gord Collings.

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