Philip Osei

Philip Osei

Philip Osei has known he wanted to represent Team Canada since winning bronze in his first year competing in the 400m at the Ontario high school championships (OFSAA).

Korey Jarvis

Korey Jarvis

Team Canada – Korey Jarvis has been representing Canada internationally since 2007 but it was in 2014 when he earned his first victories, taking gold at the City of Sassari Tournament and the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Michael Crouse

Michael Crouse

Michael Crouse first competed for Team Canada at the 2008 IBAF 18U Baseball World Cup.

Danielle Hennig

Danielle Hennig

Competing for Canada wasn’t something that was on Danielle Hennig’s radar until near the end of her first year of university when she was extremely surprised to learn she had been invited to a national team camp.

Natalie Sourisseau

Natalie Sourisseau

Natalie Sourisseau has more than 140 senior caps to her credit since making her national team debut in 2011. Later in the year, she was part of Canada’s near-podium performance at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara.

Brienne Stairs

Brienne Stairs

Brienne Stairs has more than 160 senior caps to her credit since making her national team debut in 2011. She quickly established herself as one of Canada’s most prolific goal scorers, notching six at the 2011 Pan American Games to lead Canada and be the top-ranked non-Argentinean.

Adam Froese

Adam Froese

Adam Froese has more than 180 senior national caps since making his debut in 2009. While growing up in Australia, his Canadian father brought him and his brother to Calgary to play in a U19 nationals.

Keegan Pereira

Keegan Pereira

Keegan Pereira has wanted to represent Canada since watching the Pan American Cup in London, Ontario as a child. He now has more than 160 senior caps to his credit since making his international debut in 2009, coincidentally against India, his country of birth, making it one of the proudest moments of his career.

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