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Kylie Cox was named the Cleve’s Source for Sports female individual athlete of the month for October by Sport Nova Scotia on Tuesday.
Cox, a 14-year-old Enfield resident, placed third at the Taekwondo –Sparring Championships in Las Vegas on Oct. 12- 14.
The event was Cox’s first major international competition and her impressive showing earned her a wild card spot for the 2019 Taekwondo Pan American Championships.