Ellie Black made history at the 2017 FIG World Championships in Montreal, winning silver to become Canada’s first ever all-around medallist at the worlds.
Emily Batty’s Olympic debut at London 2012 was one to remember as she competed with a broken collarbone sustained in a training crash in the week leading up to the Olympic race. Pushing through the pain, she finished 24th.
Cyclist Monique Sullivan competed in her first Olympic Games in 2012, finishing sixth in the women’s keirin and eleventh in the sprint.
Eugene Wang made his Olympic debut at London 2012, just weeks after he received his Canadian citizenship. Wang had the opportunity to represent Canada once again in 2015, taking home two bronze medals from the Pan American Games in Toronto.
Having made his Olympic debut in the 470 at London 2012, Luke Ramsay competed at Rio 2016 in a new Olympic boat class, the Nacra 17, finishing 15th alongside Nikola Girke.