Olivia Moreau named ASDC-Central Athlete of the Month

Red Deer’s Olivia Moreau, a 15-year-old artistic swimmer was named the Alberta Sport Development Centre- Central Athlete of the Month for December.

The Notre Dame High School student competes with the Red Deer Silhouettes and has been steadily improving since the season began. As a 15-year-old, she competes in the 16-20 age category at all competitions.

Her work this season has qualified her for the Alberta Provincial Championships and the Canadian Prairie Championships.

As a 13-year-old at the 2018 Alberta Winter Games, she captured gold in the solo and duet competitions and added a silver in the team event. She was one of Zone 4’s most decorated athletes at the 2018 Alberta Winter Games.



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