Darnell and Kia Nurse bring Pan Am torch into Hamilton stadium

Community Jun 22, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

Kia Nurse lights brother Darnell’s torch during a 2015 Pan Am Games ceremony Monday at the CIBC Hamilton Pan Am Soccer Stadium.

It was announced Monday that Kia, who as a freshman won the NCAA women’s basketball championship with the University of Connecticut in the spring, will be a member of Canada’s team at the Games, which begin July 10.

Darnell, an Edmonton Oilers draft pick and member of Canada’s gold medal-winning World Junior hockey team, lit the torch of Olympic and Pan Am medalist soccer player Melanie Booth, who carried it out of the stadium and on to its next stop.

The Nurse siblings are graduates of St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School.

Darnell and Kia Nurse bring Pan Am torch into Hamilton stadium

Kia named member of Canada's women's basketball team at Games

Community Jun 22, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

Kia Nurse lights brother Darnell’s torch during a 2015 Pan Am Games ceremony Monday at the CIBC Hamilton Pan Am Soccer Stadium.

It was announced Monday that Kia, who as a freshman won the NCAA women’s basketball championship with the University of Connecticut in the spring, will be a member of Canada’s team at the Games, which begin July 10.

Darnell, an Edmonton Oilers draft pick and member of Canada’s gold medal-winning World Junior hockey team, lit the torch of Olympic and Pan Am medalist soccer player Melanie Booth, who carried it out of the stadium and on to its next stop.

The Nurse siblings are graduates of St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School.

Darnell and Kia Nurse bring Pan Am torch into Hamilton stadium

Kia named member of Canada's women's basketball team at Games

Community Jun 22, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

Kia Nurse lights brother Darnell’s torch during a 2015 Pan Am Games ceremony Monday at the CIBC Hamilton Pan Am Soccer Stadium.

It was announced Monday that Kia, who as a freshman won the NCAA women’s basketball championship with the University of Connecticut in the spring, will be a member of Canada’s team at the Games, which begin July 10.

Darnell, an Edmonton Oilers draft pick and member of Canada’s gold medal-winning World Junior hockey team, lit the torch of Olympic and Pan Am medalist soccer player Melanie Booth, who carried it out of the stadium and on to its next stop.

The Nurse siblings are graduates of St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School.