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By Jon Zacks

It’s been a long time since she lived in Fort St. John, but Michelle Kelly says she’s still got ‘tons’ of friends and family in the Energetic City.

They will certainly be watching closely, as Kelly competes for Canada in the Skeleton at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver.

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After winning both the overall World Cup title and the World Championship in 2003, Kelly is now the pilot of Canada’s second sled, behind the #1 ranked Mellisa Hollingsworth.

Skeleton competition is scheduled for Feb. 18th and 19th.

Click here to listen to an interview with Michelle Kelly and Jon Zacks (runs 4:30)

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* Note – This interview was recorded on Feb. 10th, and aired on Moose FM on Feb. 12th.

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