Kelowna athlete is supported by four generations of her family

Kelowna athlete is supported by four generations of her family

By Joanne Hogan, BC Games News Service

Author: BC Games Society/Sunday, July 20, 2014/Categories: 2014 BC Summer Games, Triathlon

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Kyra McNulty, who has demonstrated great skill and sportsmanship as a triathlete at the BC Summer Games in Nanaimo, will not only take home gold, silver, and bronze medals. She will also take with her many wonderful memories of the enthusiastic support of four generations of loving family members. Among the McNulty family members present this weekend are her mother Jennifer and father Mike, brother Jaden, twin sister Kiana, and Great Aunt Maureen as well as Grandma Sharon Richards, Aunt Shannon Cadwallder, Grandma Penny Grief, Grandfather Joe Greif, and Great-Grandmother Terry Rant.

All are proud of Kyra’s achievements, which include successes in track and field, and of Kiana’s talents as a winter swimmer and Jaden’s excellence as both a hockey and soccer player. They are also delighted that Kyra will be representing Canada in the upcoming International Children’s Games in Australia, taking place in December 2014.

The extended McNulty clan is one of many wonderful families attending the BC Summer Games. The love, support, and dedication of family evidenced throughout the three days of competition contribute enormously to the successes of these amazing young athletes – and to the success of the BC Games.

Kyra McNulty is surrounded by family, who are, from left to right: Jaden, Maureen, Joe, Sharon, Penny, Mike, Shannon, Terry, Jennifer, and Kiana.


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