The Committee of the International Children's Games is happy to share another ICG success story with you:

Kylie Masse from Windsor / Canada is a backstroke swimmer and former ICG participant. Kylie participated in the 2011 International Childrens's Games in Lanarkshire / Scotland receiving five medals at the time and in the 2012 International Childrens's Games in Daegu / Republic of Korea. She also won gold in the 100 m backstroke at the 2015 Summer Universiade.

Only recently the 20-year-old Kylie qualified to represent Canada in the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro / Brazil in the women’s 100-metre backstroke.

She agrees that the International Children's Games was definitely a stepping stone to her success along with having access to the new Aquatic Training Centre of Windsor.

The Committee of the International Children's Games offers his congratulations and best wishes to Kyle for the Olympic Games!

Read more about Kyle in an article on "Windsor Star" online

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