Double Olympic medalist and four-time Olympian in long track speed skating, Susan Auch won back-to-back silver medals in her specialty, the 500m sprint, at Lillehammer 1994 and Nagano 1998.
When Myriam Bédard won her first Olympic medal at Albertville 1992 she was the first Canadian biathlete, male or female, ever to win an Olympic medal. When she won two gold medals at Lillehammer 1994, she was the first North American biathlete to ever win Olympic gold.
Catriona Le May Doan took her place in the Canadian Olympic history books at Salt Lake City 2002 where she…
Three-time Olympian Dave “Eli” MacEachern won the two-man bobsleigh Olympic gold medal at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano. It was Canada’s first-ever Olympic medal in the two-man event.
Well known for centering the Philadelphia Flyers’ “Legion of Doom” lineup, Eric Lindros developed a reputation for being a physical forward with good hands.
Three-time Olympian Annie Perreault was the first Canadian and only Canadian woman to win individual Olympic gold in short track…
Elvis Stojko is one of Canada’s most successful male figure skaters, having won back-to-back Olympic silver medals at Lillehammer 1994 and Nagano 1998 to go with his three world titles (1994, 1995, 1997) and seven national titles (1994, 1996-2000, 2002).
Jean-Luc Brassard joined the Canadian National Freestyle Ski team at the age of 17 and enjoyed a brilliant 12-year career. During that time he became a four-time Olympian and won Olympic gold at Lillehammer 1994 in the men’s moguls event of freestyle skiing.