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Danielle Lawrie

Danielle Lawrie

Danielle Lawrie debuted for Team Canada in 2005 and was a member of the squad that placed fourth the last time softball was included on the Olympic program at Beijing 2008

Jennifer Salling

Jennifer Salling

Jenn Salling made her debut with the women’s national team in 2006 when she competed in her first of five WBSC Women’s Softball World Championships (2006, 2010, 2012, 2016 and 2018).

Kaleigh Rafter

Kaleigh Rafter

One of the longest tenured players on the women’s national team, Kaleigh Rafter has been part of Team Canada since 2007. Since competing at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, she  has amassed an impressive international resume.

Scott Tupper

Scott Tupper

Since making his first international appearance in 2005 versus Scotland, Scott Tupper has played 300 games for Canada. He is one of two men on the 2019 national team – the other is Mark Pearson – who competed at Beijing 2008.

Meaghan Benfeito

Meaghan Benfeito

Meaghan Benfeito returned to the Olympic Games for the second time in her career in 2012 and competed in the women’s 10m synchro event with partner Roseline Filion to capture the bronze medal. She also competed in the women’s 10m individual event and finished in 11th place.

Jennifer Abel

Jennifer Abel

Jennifer Abel was the first to put Canada on the medal table in London 2012 with 3-metre synchronized springboard partner Émilie Heymans. The pair earned bronze on Day 2 of the Games, marking Abel’s first time on an Olympic podium.

Lisa Carlsen

Lisa Carlsen

Lisa Carlsen emerged on the international scene in 1986 with Kahlua, considered one of the greatest horses in Canadian show jumping history.

Jason Burnett

Jason Burnett

Jason Burnett sees himself as a natural show-off who lives by the motto “Go big or go home”. In June 2010 he broke his own world record by recording an 18.8 degree of difficulty at a World Cup meet in Davos, Switzerland.

Crispin Duenas

Crispin Duenas

While watching the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Crispin Duenas thought to himself that one day he would march in just like the athletes he saw on TV.

Mo Zhang

Mo Zhang

Mo Zhang is a three-time Olympian who has competed at three editions of the Pan American Games. Heading into Lima 2019, she ranked 27th in the world, first among competitors from the Pan American region.