Desiree Scott

Desiree Scott

Midfielder Desiree Scott made her Olympic Games debut for Canada in London and was a member of the bronze medal winning women’s team.

Ashton Baumann

Ashton Baumann

Often told he looks like his double Olympic gold medallist father, Ashton Baumann is set to become an Olympian himself…

Kierra Smith

Kierra Smith

When she was 12, Kierra Smith met Annamay Pierse, who asked about Smith’s times in their shared event, the 200m…

Scott Morgan

Scott Morgan

Scott Morgan was Canada’s second-most decorated athlete at the 2014 Commonwealth Games where he captured four medals, including a pair…

Kai Langerfeld

Kai Langerfeld

Kai Langerfeld’s first experience with rowing came when he was 13 and his father took him out in a boat…

Eric Woelfl

Eric Woelfl

Just six years after he started rowing, Eric Woelfl found himself at the 2011 Pan Am Games as a member…

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.

Mandy Bujold

Mandy Bujold

Mandy Bujold’s Olympic dream began after she won her junior national title in 2006. That result gave her the drive…

Laura Brown

Laura Brown

As a young gymnast, Laura Brown always wanted to compete at the Olympic Games. But after a back injury as…

Jasmin Glaesser

Jasmin Glaesser

Jasmin Glaesser competed at her first Olympic Games in London and won bronze in the team pursuit with Tara Whitten and Gillian Carleton.

Jagdish Gill

Jagdish Gill

Jagdish Gill has more than 50 senior national caps since making his international debut in 2011 when he helped Canada…

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.

Iain Smythe

Iain Smythe

Iain Smythe has more than 190 senior national caps since making his debut in 2009. That total includes three appearances at the Commonwealth Games in 2010, 2014 and 2018, as well as helping Canada win silver medals at both the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara and the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto, scoring one goal at the latter.

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.

Blair Bann

Blair Bann

While competing for the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, Blair Bann was twice named the CIS Top Libero and represented…

Heather Bansley

Heather Bansley

After discovering beach volleyball as summer training for her indoor university career, Heather Bansley first represented Canada at the 2007…

Donna Vakalis

Donna Vakalis

Donna Vakalis competed in her first Olympic Games in London and finished in the top-30 in the women’s modern pentathlon event.

Michelle Li

Michelle Li

Michelle Li is the most successful Canadian female badminton player ever – not bad for an athlete who has wanted to change the sport in Canada since she won the silver medal at the 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games.