Eric Lamaze made history by becoming the first equestrian athlete to win an individual Olympic gold medal for Canada with his beloved stallion, Hickstead.
Rosie MacLennan made history at Rio 2016 when she became the first trampolinist to ever win back-to-back Olympic gold medals….
Mark Pearson has more than 260 senior national team caps since making his debut in 2005. At just 21-years-old, he was the youngest member of the Canadian field hockey team at Beijing 2008.
While growing up in and competing for France, Julien Bahain always dreamed of representing his mother’s homeland. Every time he…
Mike Mason has been one of Canada’s top high jumpers since he won gold at the 2004 IAAF World Junior Championships.
In 2012, Eric Gillis returned to the Olympic Games for the second consecutive time in his career. In London, he placed 22nd in the men’s marathon.
Audrey Lacroix participated at her second consecutive Olympic Games and finished 12th in the 200m butterfly event in London. She competed in the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai in both the 100m and 200m butterfly.
Haislan Garcia competed in his second consecutive Olympic Games in 2012 and finished in seventh place in the men’s freestyle 66 kg division.
Stephanie Horner represented Canada at her second consecutive Olympic Games in 2012 and finished 21st overall in the 400m individual medley.
Olympic gold medallist Daniel Nestor made his fifth consecutive appearance at the Olympic Games in 2012. In London he competed in the men’s doubles tournament with partner Vasek Pospisil. The duo finished in ninth place.
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.
At her second Olympic Games in 2012, Roseline Filion earned a 10m synchronized platform bronze with partner Meaghan Benfeito in London and finished 10th in the individual 10m event.
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 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.
Lesley Thompson-Willie, from London, ON, is a legendary coxswain of the Canadian women’s eight rowing team. She won a silver medal at London 2012, making her a five-time Olympic medallist and seven-time Olympian.
Mark Oldershaw competed in his second consecutive Olympic Games in London and captured bronze in the C-1 1,000m.
Catharine Pendrel competed at her second consecutive Olympic Games in 2012 and finished ninth in the women’s mountain bike cross-country race four years after just missing the podium with a fourth place finish at Beijing 2008.