Jesse Lumsden

Jesse Lumsden

A former college football star, Jesse Lumsden made his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 less than a year after first testing for the Canadian bobsleigh program.

Cheryl Bernard

Cheryl Bernard

Cheryl Bernard’s career highlight came at Vancouver 2010 where she skipped her team of Susan O’Connor, Carolyn Darbyshire, Cori Bartel and Kristie Moore to the Olympic silver medal.

Kristina Groves

Kristina Groves

Kristina Groves is a three-time Olympian and four-time Olympic medallist. At Turin 2006 she won a pair of silver medals in the 1500m and the team pursuit. She ended her Olympic career at Vancouver 2010 with two more medals, silver in the 1500m and bronze in the 3000m.

Chris Del Bosco

Chris Del Bosco

One of the founding members of the ski cross national team, Chris Del Bosco made his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010, arriving at Cypress Mountain as the just-crowned Winter X Games Champion. In 2015-16, Del Bosco finished second overall in the ski cross World Cup standings for the fourth time in his career

Kelsey Serwa

Kelsey Serwa

Kelsey Serwa came back from several serious injuries to stand on the Olympic podium at Sochi 2014, where she won silver behind teammate Marielle Thompson for Canada’s record third 1-2 finish of the Games.

Sidney Crosby

Sidney Crosby

Sidney Crosby secured Canada’s record 14th gold medal of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games when he scored the “Golden Goal”, an overtime winner against the United States.

Alex Gough

Alex Gough

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.

Sam Edney

Sam Edney

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

Justin Snith

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

Tristan Walker

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.

Kaillie Humphries

Kaillie Humphries

Kaillie Humphries’ name is all over history books. She is a 2010 and 2014 Olympic Champion, a two-time World Champion, and a 2011 World Bronze Medallist.

Heather Moyse

Heather Moyse

Heather Moyse is a multi-sport athlete who has represented Canada in both bobsleigh and rugby. At Vancouver 2010 she won bobsleigh gold with pilot Kaillie Humphries, a historic first for Canada in the women’s event.

Lyndon Rush

Lyndon Rush

Lyndon Rush made his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 and piloted his four-man crew of Lascelles Brown, David Bissett and Chris Le Bihan to bronze, Canada’s first medal in the event since Innsbruck 1964.

David Bissett

David Bissett

David Bissett is a two-time Olympian who won a bronze medal at Vancouver 2010 as a member of the four-man sled piloted by Lyndon Rush.

Lascelles Brown

Lascelles Brown

Considered one of the most powerful brakemen in all of bobsleigh, Lascelles Brown has competed internationally for three different countries, but has had his greatest success while wearing the maple leaf for Canada.

Neville Wright

Neville Wright

Neville Wright first tried his hand at bobsleigh in the summer of 2009 and less than a year later was a member of the four-man sled piloted by Pierre Lueders at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

Christopher Spring

Christopher Spring

In December 2016, Christopher Spring stood on the podium in both the two-man and four-man events at the World Cup in Lake Placid. Spring finished third in the 2017-18 World Cup two-man standings, with his season highlighted by a victory in Whistler.

Justin Kripps

Justin Kripps

Justin Kripps had the best World Cup season of his career in 2017-18 when he won the overall title in the two-man event after reaching the podium five of eight races and never finishing lower than fourth.