Athletes CAN evolves with a new look

December 2005
FastForward;Dec2005, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p1
The article discusses the evolution of Athletes CAN, the association representing Canada's national team athletes. The association has launched a redesigned logo and web site during the 13th annual Athletes Forum held in Saskatchewan. The the association's evolution reflects the professionalism and leadership of Canadian athletes.


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