Meredith Tulloch

“I started my ringette career when I was four years old. Now, 13 years later, it is still my biggest passion and favorite sport. Ringette has enabled me to develop into a confident leader, and has given me many lifelong friendships. My ringette memories consist of little things such as bonding with my team at hotels during ringette tournaments, as well as bigger memories like winning provincials way back in U12 with my Bedford Ringette team. I have played at the competitive AA level since U14. I’ve had the opportunity to travel to Nationals in Regina and London. This year my team and I will travel to Leduc, AB to represent Nova Scotia in the amazing competition that is the Canadian Ringette Championships. Many people have helped me reach this point in my life. I have had the privilege to be coached by caring and inspirational coaches, one of them being my mom who has pushed me to achieve my goals. Not only has ringette allowed me to experience achievements within this sport, but it has also opened up doors for me in other sports. After being released from the Canada Winter Games team at age 15, I was able to transition to another sport, speed skating. In three months, I learned how to skate with incredibly long blades and compete at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George and I loved every second of it. This opportunity was all thanks to my involvement in ringette. Participating in speed skating has made me a better ringette player by showing me the intricacies involved in skating. After all these years, I still strive to do my best as well as gain new knowledge on the game I love so much.” – Meredith Tulloch (Bedford, Nova Scotia)

Meredith Tulloch

Provincial Associations