Labrador Morning | Mar 7, 2013 | 20:54

Ball Hockey -Badminton - XC ski

When it comes to doing things together as a family, the Pyes take it well beyond the family game night or road trip.hey're playing on Lodge Bay's ball hockey team for the Labrador Winters Games. It also turns out that 11-year-old Riley Pye is the games youngest athlete. Shawna Normore from L'Ance au Loup just became a teenager in January, and she's already an athlete to watch at the Labrador Winter Games. CBC's Colleen Connors was there. AND... It's a fast game, but it's also one that requires great endurance. I'm talking about badminton. And yesterday, it was long day for badminton players competing at the Labrador Winters Games in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Trent Pottle and his cousin Holly Andersen represented Makkovik in doubles. They are also defending gold medalists.

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