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2017 Senior Squad > Pricilla Westlake

 

DOB: 1995
Hometown: Delta, BC
Profession: Student
Home Club: Tsawwassen LBC and Pacific Indoor Bowls Club
Years in National Program: 4
Bowls Used:

Taylor Ace Size 3

 

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  • Notable Accomplishments
  • Fun Facts

Notable Bowls Accomplishments

  • 2017 - World (U25) Youth Championship Women’s Singles
  • 2017 - Indoor Singles Champion
  • 2017 - Canadian Fours National Champions
  • 2016 - World Indoor Cup Singles Bronze
  • 2016 - Canadian U25 National Singles Champion
  • 2016 - Canadian Indoor National Singles Champion
  • 2015 - Canadian Indoor National Singles Champion
  • 2015 - Canadian U25 National Singles Champion
  • 2014 - Canadian U25 National Singles Champion

Fun Facts

 

What is one thing that you can’t live without (besides bowls of course)?

 

I can’t live without adventure: I love traveling, hiking, and being out in nature. I enjoy exploring and taking new routes to everyday familiar places, I also enjoy being a tourist in my own city, and I always like trying new things, going on excursions and being spontaneous. 

What is your favourite bowls memory?

Winning the national fours championships this past summer with my teammates and friends. 

How were you introduced to the sport of bowls? 

I was introduced to the sport of bowls in 2009 by my grandmother after I begged her to let me try it. 

What motivates you to succeed? 

When it comes to what motivates me to succeed I would have to say a lot of it is intrinsic motivation, a will to win, and a desire to always improve and be the best that I can be. However a big part of what motivates me to succeed is wanting to do well in competitions for my teammates, coaches, support staff, for my family and friends and for those whom I represent such as my home clubs, my city, province, and country.


 

 

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