World Junior Curling Champ Lauren Lenentine participates in “Made in PEI” event, and is set to return to Winnipeg this month

New Dominion’s Lauren Lenentine, who won the World Junior Curling Championship in Russia in February as a member of Winnipeg’s Team Zacharias  (she previously won the Worlds as an alternate on the Nova Scotia-based rink that won gold at the 2018 worlds in Scotland) was among the presenters at the recent “Made in PEI” event organized by Sport PEI and taking place in Charlottetown.

Made in PEI presenters, including Lauren Lenentine (front left). Sport PEI photo

High-performance athletes and experts from across the province were on hand to speak to the next generation of PEI athletes, sharing and touching on their own experiences with sports, discussing a number of topics, including balancing school with sports, being a role model, leadership, rest & recovery, mental preparation, and healthy eating practices.

Lauren retains a membership at the Cornwall Curling Club, and recently sent them a note of thanks for their support, in which she mentions that she will be returning to Winnipeg this month to prepare for the 2020/2021 curling season.

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