Four Surrey athletes among 10 Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport award winners Recipients include Hillary Birkett, Clinton Cameron, Kendrick Lounsbury and Taya Suttill
An awards event was MADE by the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I·SPARC), with broadcaster Blake Price hosting.
“Each recipient embodies the qualities of a leader, is connected to their community and is committed to their studies and future goals,” said I·SPARC president Corinne McKay.
“These outstanding athletes have demonstrated perseverance and commitment to their sport during this challenging time.”
The 10 award winners include Surrey-based athletes Hillary Birkett (age 13, Metis Nation), Colton Cameron (18, Métis Nation), Kendrick Lounsbury (16, Namgis First Nation) and Taya Suttill (18, Métis Nation).
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