With its flatlands, Saskatchewan may be an unlikely province to produce a snowboard prodigy, but Regina’s Mark McMorris is proof that it’s possible. At Sochi 2014, he won bronze in the Olympic debut of snowboard slopestyle for Canada’s first medal of the Games. He went on to win his second straight Olympic slopestyle bronze medal in PyeongChang.
Meagan Duhamel won two medals with partner Eric Radford at PyeongChang 2018, helping Canada win gold in the team event followed by a bronze medal in the pairs event. Duhamel and Radford won back-to-back world titles in 2015 and 2016.
Eric Radford won two medals with partner Meagan Duhamel at PyeongChang 2018, helping Canada win gold in the team event, followed by a bronze medal in the pairs event. Duhamel and Radford won back-to-back world titles in 2015 and 2016.
Justine Dufour-Lapointe is the youngest of three moguls skiing sisters who all competed at Sochi 2014. While making her Olympic debut in Sochi, she made history with older sister Chloé when they finished 1-2, becoming just the third set of sisters to win gold and silver in the same Winter Olympic event.
Laura Fortino has been wearing the maple leaf in international competition since 2008. That year she won the first of two straight silver medals at the IIHF U-18 Women’s World Championships.
Brianne Jenner first wore the maple leaf internationally as a member of Canada’s national under-18 team. She was part of Canada’s gold medal-winning squad at Sochi 2014, scoring Canada’s first goal of the gold medal game.
A relative newcomer to the Canadian Women’s National Team, Geneviève Lacasse is one of three goaltenders that were centralized with the team in advance of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Jocelyne Larocque has been a member of Canada’s National Women’s Team since 2008. In her Olympic debut at Sochi 2014, Larocque was Canada’s top scoring defenceman with one goal and one assist, helping the team capture its fourth straight gold medal.
Lauriane Rougeau first wore the maple leaf as a member of the national women’s under-18 team, which included captaining Canada to silver at the 2008 IIHF U-18 Women’s World Championship in Calgary where she was named top defenceman.
Sarah Reid made her Olympic debut at Sochi 2014 as the reigning world bronze medallist after her breakout season in…
John Fairbairn was the top ranked Canadian in the men’s skeleton event at Sochi 2014, finishing seventh in his Olympic…
Eric Neilson is a relative newcomer to the sport of skeleton. In just his third year of competing fulltime, he…
A member of the national team program since 2007, Natalie Spooner is the first player to compete for the National Women’s Team, the National Women’s Under-22 Team and the National Women’s Under-18 Team.
Jennifer Wakefield has been a member of the national team program since 2007. She made her Olympic debut at Sochi 2014, helping Canada win its fourth straight gold medal in women’s hockey.
Tara Watchorn first wore the maple leaf internationally in 2007 and was a member of the team that won silver at the 2008 IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championship.
Alex Gough made history at PyeongChang 2018, winning bronze in the women’s singles event for Canada’s first ever Olympic luge medal. Two days later, she stood on the podium again after winning silver in the team relay alongside Sam Edney, Tristan Walker and Justin Snith.
Veteran Sam Edney helped make history at PyeongChang 2018 when he joined with Alex Gough, Tristan Walker and Justin Snith to win silver in the team relay.
Justin Snith and his doubles partner Tristan Walker slid the anchor leg of the luge team relay at PyeongChang 2018, securing the silver medal for Canada.
Tristan Walker and his doubles partner Justin Snith slid the anchor leg of the luge team relay at PyeongChang 2018, securing the silver medal for Canada.
John Fennell is part of the next generation of Canadian luge. He was just a 14-year-old spectator at the Vancouver…