Denny Morrison excited about national training camp coming to Fort St. John

Denny Morrison is back in Fort St. John this week, helping out with the Elks Long Track Speed Skating Camp, which is being coached by Arno Hoogveld, as well as Richard Stickel and Jenn Gibson. 

He'll be in town once camp finishes at the end of the week too, as the Pomeroy Sport Centre will be host to the Canadian National Speed Skating Team's National Training Camp, August 27 to September 7.

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“It’s funny, growing up in Fort St. John you’d never see a national team come here, but now we have an awesome oval and facility, and I can show my peers and teammates both Fort St. John the city and the beautiful areas around it,” Morrison said.

More to come. 

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca.
 

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