I'm not at liberty to say really, as I don't like to share other people's personal information, but you can check out her profile on the Badminton Canada website. It's slightly dated though, so maybe things could have changed (I know some of my things have changed since then ) http://badminton.ca/Players/Senior/National_Team/Team_Member_Profiles.aspx?sflang=en Yeah, it's really a huge difference when you are traveling on your own, or maybe with just your partner. We have to book flights, hotels, and everything on our own, though Badminton Canada does help with tournament requests and sending our travel information to the tournament organizers. Unless it's a big event (any Games event, any major team event, and maybe World Championships), we're pretty much on our own. It does really change you as a person though, because you are very much accountable for what you do. A lot of us pull double duties, some help with going to the manager's meetings, some try to coach a fellow Canadian team if possible, or even coming out to cheer for a fellow player/team. Especially when we're all traveling immensely this year, it's good to have everyone support each other. Even with the rivalries with funding issues and little things that some players do that annoy other players, I would say we all get along pretty well. I guess deep down, though we may be different people, our goals are very similar this year and it's much more economical to work together than apart. Hmmm, maybe I will write up something on this after a bit more time. Who knows, maybe things might change?