Cindy Klassen Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Cindy Klassen Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cindy Klassen Sayings: I've won a medal, but that's nothing compared to the crown I'll get in Heaven. I've won a medal, but that's nothing compared to the crown I'll get in Heaven. I see a lot of people in sports who think when they reach a certain level they've got it made, but really, you can only find happiness in the Lord.
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Cindy Klassen Sayings: The Canadians have really stepped it up these Olympics. It looks very promising for Vancouver. The Canadians have really stepped it up these Olympics. It looks very promising for Vancouver.
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Cindy Klassen Sayings: I'm so proud of how well Canada did at the Games here. It think we're I'm so proud of how well Canada did at the Games here. It think we're going to do even better in 2010.
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Cindy Klassen Sayings: Growing up, you always dream of winning a gold medal. But coming into these Games, Growing up, you always dream of winning a gold medal. But coming into these Games, it wasn't something I was focused on. I'm just enjoying skating. This is the best season ever. I think that this year, my 3,000 meters has been stronger than the 1,500. The 1,500 has been anybody's race this year. When I was first, I still didn't know if that was enough.
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Cindy Klassen Sayings: Coming into the Games I knew I was in five events but I didn't expect Coming into the Games I knew I was in five events but I didn't expect to get a medal in every distance, especially the 5,000.
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Cindy Klassen Sayings: We're all doing it for the love of the sport. We want to make Canada We're all doing it for the love of the sport. We want to make Canada proud. I'm so fortunate to skate in a country like Canada.
Cindy Klassen Sayings: I am honored to be selected as Canada's flag bearer for the closing ceremony of I am honored to be selected as Canada's flag bearer for the closing ceremony of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games. Over the past 16 days we've had some outstanding performances by Canadian athletes and it is truly overwhelming to be selected as the flag bearer amidst the most successful Canadian Olympic Winter Games team ever.