Halloween, a night where ordinary people trade in their regular clothes and be anyone or anything they wish to be. These Olympians did just that, and their costumes did not disappoint!

Check out some of Team Canada’s best Halloween get-ups.

Santo Condorelli decided to swap his swimming goggles for some spectacles.


Max Parrot had a deadly look in 2015. A few months later, he found himself with another gold medal around his neck, at the X Games.

Halloweeeeeeeen 👻 #skeleton

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Other Olympians sported a skeletal look in 2016, starting with Rio bronze medallist in women’s football, Ashley Lawrence.

Happy Hallows Eve 🌚👻💀🎃

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And 400m specialist, Rio 2016 Olympian Micha Powell.


Do you recognize the Rio bronze medalist behind this Spider-Man costume? A little hint, he should have dressed up as Flash if this was based on athleticism!

Anybody seen Peter? 🕷

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Last year, Eugenie Bouchard was inspired by Rosie the riveter. This year, Genie inspired more than a few costumes herself.

Rosie the Riveter 💪🏼🎃👻

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Freestyle skiers Justine Dufour-Lapointe and Mikael Kingsbury disguised themselves in 2014 as they embodied Batman and Catwoman.

Yesssss. Awesome costumes

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The following year the duo of Mikael and Justine reunited to morph into the mighty Power Rangers. If you were born in the 90s, you understand our excitement.

Go Go Power Rangers⚡️ #Halloween #Party

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P.K. Subban changes up his style on the regular, but the one thing we know to expect is that he will always put 110% into his costume. The Sochi 2014 gold medallist has once again pulled it off by playing the late Prince.

Favourite holiday of the year 🎃#purplerain

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The big sisters have the right to scare their little brothers, even if they are Olympic gold medallists eh? Alysha Drouin spooks her younger brother Derek, also known as the Rio 2016 high jump champion.

 

Small but mighty, diver and Olympic medalist Roseline Filion turned into Tinkerbell for Halloween.

Tinkerbell for Halloween last night! 👻🎃!!

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But united with her training partners, Meaghan Benfeito, Jennifer Abel, and Pamela Ware, the fab four transformed into Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

This year Vincent Riendeau and Benfeito, carried on diving team’s super hero theme.

2016 Halloween party was on point #superheros #squadgoals

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Continuing the group costume theme, swimmer Ashton Baumann joined a band of pirates…

…and Cruella and her puppies, featuring swimmer Kennedy Goss.

We were only missing a couple pups 🐾

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Rio 2016 bronze medallist Brittany MacLean announced her retirement from swimming, but will we see in the ring next?

don't mess with my dawgs 🚫

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Arianne Jones and her partner in crime opted for a costume duet. What do you think of this luger turned burglar?

Partners in crime #TNT #boom

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Triple Olympic medallist Karen Cockburn made a very spooky voodoo doll.

Halloween fun! Witch doctor and vodoo doll. #halloween #party #fun #friends

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Pole vaulter Alysha Newman partnered up with Mickey to create this fine Disney duo.

One thing is sure, whether it’s solo, duo or group costume, the most terrifying of 2016 was freestyle skier and Olympian 2014 Roz Groenewoud.