Athlete of the Week: Ciara Browne

Twelve-year-old Ciara Browne of Penticton loves all aspects of martial arts

Twelve-year-old Ciara Browne of Penticton loves all aspects of martial arts after trying a variety of competitive disciplines. “None of them (sports) really caught and my mom was talking about her kick boxing days and I decided ‘Oh I’ll try that’ so I went and I loved it.” During the school year she also plays basketball, some volleyball and track and field.

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