A three-time Olympic bronze medalist, Curtis Myden was one of Canada’s best swimmers in the 1990s. After winning two individual medley medals at Atlanta 1996, he won Canada’s only medal in the pool at Sydney 2000.
Marianne Limpert swam for Canada in three consecutive Olympic Games, beginning in 1992. She recorded top eight finishes in nine events, including a silver medal in the 200m individual medley at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
Sylvie Fréchette is a two-time Olympic medallist in synchronized (now artistic) swimming. At Barcelona 1992, she was a co-gold medallist in the solo event the last time it was included on the Olympic program. At Atlanta 1996, she helped Canada win silver in the first ever Olympic team competition.
Three-time Olympic windsurfer Caroll-Ann Alie competed at Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000.
Richard Clarke made his fifth Olympic appearance at the London Games and his first in Star class and finished in 12th place with partner Tyler Bjorn.