Damian Warner won bronze at Rio 2016 for Canada’s first Olympic medal in the decathlon since Dave Steen’s bronze at Seoul 1988.
Mike Mason has been one of Canada’s top high jumpers since he won gold at the 2004 IAAF World Junior Championships.
Liz Gleadle surprised many in her Olympic debut at London 2012 when she became the first Canadian woman to qualify for an Olympic javelin final since 1968.
Phylicia George became a dual season Olympian at PyeongChang 2018, making her Olympic debut as a bobsledder after competing in track and field at London 2012 and Rio 2016. In South Korea, she and pilot Kaillie Humphries captured bronze for George’s first Olympic medal.
As a four-time Pan American Games medallist, Jessica Phoenix has quickly risen up the ranks to become one of Canada’s most respected and well-known eventing athletes.
Ellie Black made history at the 2017 FIG World Championships in Montreal, winning silver to become Canada’s first ever all-around medallist at the worlds.
Eugene Wang made his Olympic debut at London 2012, just weeks after he received his Canadian citizenship. Wang had the opportunity to represent Canada once again in 2015, taking home two bronze medals from the Pan American Games in Toronto.
Having made his Olympic debut in the 470 at London 2012, Luke Ramsay competed at Rio 2016 in a new Olympic boat class, the Nacra 17, finishing 15th alongside Nikola Girke.
One of Canada’s top butterfly specialists, Savard made her Olympic debut at London 2012. She qualified for the semifinals of the 100m butterfly, finishing 16th overall. She also posted a 19th place finish in the 200m butterfly.