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Kia Nurse – Ahead of schedule

When you come from a family of respected athletes, greatness is expected – there’s a lot of pressure and high hopes for success. But 17-year-old high school senior, Kia Nurse, has not only handled the pressure with the poise of someone much older, she has also exceeded expectations by quickly becoming the youngest player on the Canadian senior women’s basketball team this year. It started out innocently enough: Nurse was invited to watch the senior national team during training camp earlier this year without any strings or promises attached. But after the first day, team officials – perhaps as curious as they were impressed – kept asking her to return. That was May. Since then, Nurse went on to become one of the top scorers […]

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When you come from a family of respected athletes, greatness is expected – there’s a lot of pressure and high hopes for success. But 17-year-old high school senior, Kia Nurse, has not only handled the pressure with the poise of someone much older, she has also exceeded expectations by quickly becoming the youngest player on the Canadian senior women’s basketball team this year. It started out innocently enough: Nurse was invited to watch the senior national team during training camp earlier this year without any strings or promises attached. But after the first day, team officials – perhaps as curious as they were impressed – kept asking her to return. That was May. Since then, Nurse went on to become one of the top scorers […]
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