SOCHI - Prince Edward Island‚Äôs Heather Moyse and Kaillie Humphries are aiming for top honours in the Winter Olympics.
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Prince Edward Island‚Äôs Heather Moyse, left, and Kaillie Humphries take a turn during a training session for the women's bobsleigh Sunday at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.
Maritimers will be watching Moyse, a Summerside native, compete in her third Olympics on Tuesday.
The Canada One sled‚Äôs first of two heats is scheduled for 11:15 a.m. Atlantic. The two-woman Olympic bobsleigh is on TV beginning at 11 a.m. Atlantic on TSN 2 and 11:15 a.m. on CBC-TV.
The City of Summerside is inviting the public to gather at Credit Union Place to cheer on Moyse and Humphries and wear red and white to show their Canadian colours.
‚ÄúHeather is a wonderful ambassador for Summerside as she travels the world representing Canada, Prince Edward Island and her hometown of Summerside. I encourage everyone to come out to Credit Union place to cheer her on as she tries for a second gold medal in Sochi,‚ÄĚ said Summerside Mayor Basil Stewart.
The final two heats of the women‚Äôs bobsleigh are on Wednesday. Moyse and Humphries are the reigning Olympic gold medalist from Vancouver 2010.