Canadian athletes are fierce when competing on the international stage. However, on Remembrance Day they humbly recognize their place in the world was secured by those who sacrificed.

https://twitter.com/sprint_mgmt/status/399890505217359872

We think @WBrettWilson was busy. Some of our Olympians picked up the torch from Kris (while sill leaving the next lines for WBW). Here are 11 tweets from Canadian Olympians and Olympic hopefuls.

https://twitter.com/BobsledKaillie/status/399895017386704896

https://twitter.com/GoPriscilla/status/399895634779848704

https://twitter.com/BrunySurin/status/399896190596415488

https://twitter.com/milosraonic/status/399909938723450880

https://twitter.com/rcochrane2012/status/399893854905982976

https://twitter.com/perditafelicien/status/399887043276177408

https://twitter.com/Lizmanley88/status/399881391309328384

https://twitter.com/air_canada1/status/399912376297742337

https://twitter.com/TeamHoman/status/399907718284451840

Olympians like Martin Reader and other athletes attended Remembrance Day ceremonies across Canada. We will share photos when they are available on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

https://twitter.com/EricJumper/status/399918758984024065