Curt Harnett is a four-time Olympian who won three Olympic medals in his career, taking silver in the 1000m time trial at Los Angeles 1984 before capturing back-to-back bronze medals in the sprint at Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996.
At London 2012, Ian Millar set a record by becoming the first athlete in any sport, from any nation, to compete in 10 Olympic Games.
David Bédard is a four-time Olympian in diving who competed at Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta…
Three-time Olympic rower Andy Crosby was a member of Canadian eights crew at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, winning the gold medal by 0.14 seconds, the closest rowing final in Olympic history.
The greatest female solo rower Canada ever produced, Silken Laumann’s failure to win an Olympic gold medal might be her finest sporting moment. With three Olympic medals, the single sculls bronze medal at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona transcended the race.
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.
Five-time Olympian Caroline Brunet won three Olympic medals in the K-1 500m, capturing two silvers (Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000) and one bronze (Athens 2004).
A three-time Olympian, Canadian paddler Renn Crichlow had his top Olympic finish of seventh in the K4-1000m at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
Bruny Surin is a four-time Olympian who teamed with Donovan Bailey, Glenroy Gilbert, Robert Esmie and Carlton Chambers to win 4x100m relay gold at Atlanta 1996.
Charmaine Crooks is Canada’s first female five-time Olympian in athletics who won 4x400m relay silver at Los Angeles 1984.