BU prof speaks to students about Olympic experience

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Dr. Morris Mott talks Olympics with students from Elton Collegiate.

FORREST, MB – Brandon University professor and former Olympian, Dr. Morris Mott took time out of his schedule to visit Mr. Beaubier’s Grade 9 Canadian Studies class at Elton Collegiate, in Forrest, MB. 

Dr. Mott spoke to the class about the Olympics and his time as an Olympian at the 1968 games in Grenoble, France.  He commented on several photos, discussed his NHL career, and brought several items from the games that he shared with the class including the bronze medal he won as a member of the Team Canada hockey team.

The school was very grateful that Dr. Mott made the effort visit and the students enjoyed it immensely.


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