Lesa Mayes-Stringer (sometimes shown as Lesa Mayers-Stringer, born Lesa Mayes on May 13, 1968) is a Canadian bobsledder who competed from 1999 to 2009. Lesa had 5 top 10 World Cup finishes in 2004/2005 season. Later, that season, she finished 11th in the two-woman event at the 2005 FIBT World Championships in Calgary. She is now competing for France. A native of North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Stringer married in 1994 and sat out the 2002-03 World Cup season on a maternity leave. Prior to her role in bobsleigh, Mayes-Stringer competed in track and field in the heptathlon and the 100 m hurdles.

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  • Lesa Mayes-Stringer (sometimes shown as Lesa Mayers-Stringer, born Lesa Mayes on May 13, 1968) is a Canadian bobsledder who competed from 1999 to 2009. Lesa had 5 top 10 World Cup finishes in 2004/2005 season. Later, that season, she finished 11th in the two-woman event at the 2005 FIBT World Championships in Calgary. She is now competing for France. A native of North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Stringer married in 1994 and sat out the 2002-03 World Cup season on a maternity leave. Prior to her role in bobsleigh, Mayes-Stringer competed in track and field in the heptathlon and the 100 m hurdles. She earned her degree in history from York University and holds a teaching certificate from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. In 2007, Lesa Mayes-Stringer began living and training in France. She was unable to compete that year because she had to settle. In 2008, she recruited French athletes to help establish and build a French bobsleigh program. The team qualified for the 2009-2010 World Cup and is on track to compete in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. She is the younger sister of former professional football player Rueben Mayes. (en)
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  • Lesa Mayes-Stringer (sometimes shown as Lesa Mayers-Stringer, born Lesa Mayes on May 13, 1968) is a Canadian bobsledder who competed from 1999 to 2009. Lesa had 5 top 10 World Cup finishes in 2004/2005 season. Later, that season, she finished 11th in the two-woman event at the 2005 FIBT World Championships in Calgary. She is now competing for France. A native of North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Stringer married in 1994 and sat out the 2002-03 World Cup season on a maternity leave. Prior to her role in bobsleigh, Mayes-Stringer competed in track and field in the heptathlon and the 100 m hurdles. (en)
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