From athletics to weightlifting and every discipline in between, years of sacrifice and dedication will culminate when Canada’s athletes go for gold at TO2015, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at home. Their biggest fans – family, friends, coaches and teammates – will join thousands of maple leaf-clad partisans who will bear witness to Canadian talent on home soil.

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#NowOrNever Athletes

•Steph Roorda, Track Cycling (Vancouver, BC)
•Allison Beveridge, Track Cycling (Calgary, AB)
•Kirsti Lay, Track Cycling (Medicine Hat, AB)
•Annie Foreman-Mackey, Track Cycling (Kingston, ON)
•Jim Brown, BMX (Airdrie, AB)
•Whitney McClintock, Water Ski (Cambridge, ON)
•Mark Oldershaw, Canoe Sprint (Burlington, ON)
•Christabel Nettey, Athletics, Long Jump (Surrey, BC)
•Brittany Crew, Athletics, Shot Put (East York, ON)
•Crispin Duenas, Archery (Scarborough, ON)
•Roseline Filion, Diving (Laval, QC)
•Meaghan Benfeito, Diving (Laval, QC)
•Victoria Moors, Artistic Gymnastics (Cambridge, ON)
•Kevin Lytwyn, Artistic Gymnastics (Stoney Creek, ON)
•Mariam Abdul-Rashid – Hurdles (Oshawa, ON)
•Soren Meeuwisse – Mountain Biking (Orillia, ON)
•Jordyn Pedersen – Artistic Gymnastics (Mississauga, ON)
•Ryan Oehrlein – Artistic Gymnastics (Georgetown, ON)
•Megan Michelle Roberts – Artistic Gymnastics (Toronto, ON)
•Jonathan Scripnick – Artistic Gymnastics (Milton, ON)
•Ray Yang – Swimming (Etobicoke, ON)

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