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Eugenie Bouchard

Eugenie Bouchard

Eugenie Bouchard became a household name in 2014 when she became the first Canadian singles player, male or female, to…

Shallon Olsen

Shallon Olsen

At the 2018 World Championships, Shallon Olsen captured silver in the vault for Canada’s best ever result in the event. She matched teammate Ana Padurariu’s silver on beam for the country’s top finish by a woman in an individual apparatus.

Mike Woods

Mike Woods

Prior to becoming an elite international cyclist, Mike Woods was well on his way to having a successful career as…

Leah Kirchmann

Leah Kirchmann

As a teenager, Leah Kirchmann spent her winters racing on cross-country skis and her summers racing on bikes. She achieved…

Antoine Duchesne

Antoine Duchesne

Antoine Duchesne had been racing competitively for just four years when he became the junior national time trial champion and…

Sarah-Anne Brault

Sarah-Anne Brault

An alternate to the 2012 Olympic team before she made her Olympic debut at Rio 2016, Sarah-Anne Brault represented Canada…

Amelie Kretz

Amelie Kretz

Amelie Kretz began her international career as a junior in 2010. After being named elite junior of the year by…

Kirsten Sweetland

Kirsten Sweetland

Kirsten Sweetland made history in 2006 when she became the first Canadian woman to win the world junior title. After…

Christine Roper

Christine Roper

Christine Roper moved to Canada from her native Jamaica after graduating university in 2011 to begin training with the national…

Susanne Grainger

Susanne Grainger

Susanne Grainger made her international debut at the 2011 U23 World Championships where she helped Canada win gold in the…

Nicole Hare

Nicole Hare

Nicole Hare made her World Cup debut at the second stop of the 2016 season in Lucerne and finished sixth…

Jennifer Martins

Jennifer Martins

Jennifer Martins first tried out for the U23 national team in 2011. At the same time, she was in her…

Lisa Roman

Lisa Roman

Standing under six feet tall, Lisa Roman has always had to overcome the fact that she was relatively short to…

Kyle Reyes

Kyle Reyes

Before his 20th birthday, Kyle Reyes was already making a name for himself on the senior international scene with his…

Caileigh Filmer

Caileigh Filmer

Caileigh Filmer has wanted to compete for Team Canada since she swam with the youth national team in the summer…

Andréanne Langlois

Andréanne Langlois

Andréanne Langlois first represented Canada as a 16-year-old at the 2009 ICF Junior World Championships. She returned to the world juniors in 2011, making the A final of the K-1 200m, before moving up to the U23 level, where she competed at three straight world championships from 2013 to 2015.

Erica Wiebe

Erica Wiebe

Erica Wiebe won Canada’s third ever Olympic gold medal in wrestling when she finished on top of the 75kg weight class in her Olympic debut at Rio 2016, defeating Kazakhstan’s Guzel Manyurova in the final. She joined Tonya Verbeek and Carol Huynh as Canada’s only female Olympic wrestling medallists.