Kelsey Serwa: 'For the love of sport'
Just in time for the 2014 Sochi Olympics, a new feature length video highlighting Kelsey Serwa is available for viewing.
'Kelsey Serwa: For The Love of Sport, is an eight minute video produced by Kelowna filmmaker Ryan Tebbutt.
“I produced a video for Kelsey Serwa in 2010 which is still on her website front page today so I thought it needed an update” says Tebbutt, owner of Edge Digital Media Inc.
“I approached Kelsey last fall to shoot another video and she was fully on board and held nothing back. We spent the whole day together and got some incredible footage.”
The footage was shot in October and just recently produced.
"I thought it would be cool to see where she's at these day," added Tebbutt.
"I know she has had some tribulations lately. She blew her knee twice and I thought it would make a cool story."
'Kelsey Serwa: For The Love of Sport' is free to view on Youtube.
Serwa will be representing Canada later this month at the Olympics in Sochi.
These will be her second Olympic Games. She finished fifth in her Ski Cross debut four years ago in Vancouver.
The women's Ski Cross event will take Friday, Feb 21 (Thursday Feb 20 11:45 p.m. Kelowna time).
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