Which Canadian athletes won medals at Lausanne 2020?

Look no further for all of the Canadian medal winners from Lausanne 2020, the third edition of the Winter Youth Olympic Games.

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Liam Brearley

Snowboarder Liam Brearley was outstanding, claiming three medals for Team Canada on the slopes. He won silver in men’s slopestyle, along with bronze in both the big air and halfpipe events. He is the first Team Canada athlete to win three medals at a Winter Youth Olympic Games.

Andrew Longino

Andrew Longino CAN in action during the Freestyle Skiing Mens Freeski Halfpipe Final Run at Leysin Park. The Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, Switzerland, Tuesday 21 January 2020. Photo: OIS/Simon Bruty.

Andrew Longino won Canada’s first and only gold medal in the men’s freeski halfpipe event with a score of 94.00. The 17-year-old from Calgary was named Canada’s Closing Ceremony flag bearer.

READ: Longino named Closing Ceremony flag-bearer at Lausanne 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games

Florence Brunelle

Florence Brunelle CAN in the quarter-final of the Short Track Speed Skating Women’s 1000m at the Lausanne Skating Arena. The Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, Switzerland, Saturday 18 January 2020. Photo: OIS/Joe Toth.

Florence Brunelle won two short track medals – bronze in the women’s 500m and 1000m events.

Caitlin Nash and Natalie Corless

Caitlin Nash CAN and Natalie Corless CAN in action during Run 1 of the Luge Womens Double event on the St. Moritz Olympia Bob Run. The Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, Switzerland, Saturday 18 January 2020. Photo: OIS/Thomas Lovelock.

Caitlin Nash and Natalie Corless secured Canada’s first medal at Lausanne 2020. This is the first time in that the girls’ doubles luge event was held at the Winter Youth Olympic Games. Nash and Corless won silver with a time of 1:52.709. The duo completed the course just 1.266 behind the German gold medalists Jessica Doreen Degenhardt and Vanessa Schneider. Viktorija Ziedina and Selina Elizabete Zvilna of Latvia won bronze with a time of 1:53.043.

Men’s Hockey

Finland goal minder Topias Leinonen FIN dives but fails to stop the puck as Canada score during the Bronze Medal match between Finland and Canada in the Ice Hockey 6-Teams Mens competition at the Vaudoise Arena. The Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, Switzerland, Wednesday 22 January 2020. Photo: OIS/Joel Marklund.

The Canadian men’s hockey team took to the ice to to face Finland for the bronze medal. Canada got on the board early into the game, with Antonin Verreault opening the scoring. Nate Danielson and Cedrick Guindon also scored for Canada in the first. Finland responded with one goal at the 14:17 mark from Elmeri Laakso. The Finn also scored in the second. Canada’s Guindon finished off the game with an empty net goal for a 4-2 final.

Natalie D’Alessandro and Bruce Waddell

Natalie D’Alessandro CAN and Bruce Waddell CAN during the Figure Skating Ice Dance Rythm Dance at the Lausanne Skating Arena. The Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, Switzerland, January 2020. Photo: OIS/Joe Toth.

Natalie D’Alessandro and Bruce Waddell won bronze as members of the Mixed NOC Team – Team Victory. The pair competed in the Mixed NOC Team Figure Skating event, and contributed 95.73 points  to secure their team’s spot on the podium. Their teammates were Andrei Mozalev of Russia, Regina Schermann of Hungary and Sofiia Nesterova and Artem Darenskyi of Ukraine.  Silver was awarded to Team Focus and gold to Team Courage.

Nathan Young

Nathan Young CAN during the Curling Mixed NOC Doubles semifinals game at the Champery Curling Arena. The Winter Youth Olympic Games, Lausanne, Switzerland, Wednesday 22 January 2020. Photo: OIS/Jed Leicester. Handout image supplied by OIS/IOC.

Nathan Young teamed up with Laura Nagy of Hungary to win gold in the Mixed NOC Doubles curling event. They beat out the team of Nikolai Lysakov of Russia and Chana Beitone of France with a final score of 9 to 5. Junhang Pei of People’s Republic of China and Vit Chabicovsky of Czech Republic claimed bronze.