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The Canadian Alpine Ski Team
In 1956, Lucile Wheeler took Canada’s first Olympic medal, and ever since the Canadian Alpine Ski Team athletes have proved their speed and strength.
Team Canada has won 10 Olympic and 91 Paralympic medals. Daring racing skills coupled with courage and excellent technique has earned these athletes such nicknames as the Crazy Canucks and the Canadian Cowboys.
Looking ahead to the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, there are high hopes that the Canadian Alpine Ski Team, led by two-time Olympian Erik Guay, will be back on the podium. Guay, the Canadian record-holder with 21 World Cup podium finishes, will be joined by equal two-time Olympian Manuel Osborne-Paradis and Vancouver 2010 medallist Jan Hudec.
|Ladies' Slalom||Anne Heggtveit||Gold||Squaw Valley 1960|
|Ladies' Giant Slalom||Nancy Greene||Gold||Grenoble 1968|
|Ladies' Giant Slalom||Kathy Kreiner||Gold||Innsbruck 1976|
|Ladies' Downhill||Kerrin Lee-Gartner||Gold||Albertville 1992|
|Ladies' Slalom||Nancy Greene||Silver||Grenoble 1968|
|Ladies' Downhill||Lucille Wheeler||Bronze||Cortina d'Ampezzo 1956|
|Men's Downhill||Steve Podborski||Bronze||Lake Placid 1980|
|Ladies' Downhill||Karen Percy||Bronze||Calgary 1998|
|Ladies' Super-G||Karen Percy||Bronze||Calgary 1988|
|Men's Downhill||Edi Podivinsky||Bronze||Lillehammer 1994|