Hayley Wickenheiser

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Hayley Wickenheiser

Hayley Wickenheiser competed in the first five Olympic Games in which women’s hockey was included, winning four gold and one silver medals to make her one of Canada’s most decorated Olympians.

Becky Kellar (Duke)

Becky Kellar (Duke)

Becky Kellar competed at the first four Olympic Winter Games in which women’s ice hockey was included, winning one silver and three gold medals.

Maëlle Ricker

Maëlle Ricker

Maëlle Ricker went to her fourth Olympic Games at Sochi 2014 as the defending Olympic champion in ladies’ snowboard cross,…

Jennifer Botterill

Jennifer Botterill

Jennifer Botterill is one of just four Canadians to have played in all four Olympic women’s hockey tournaments, winning three gold medals (2002, 2006, 2010) and one silver (1998).

Sara Renner

Sara Renner

Four-time Olympian and 2006 silver medallist … Competed in five WC, winning Canada’s first-ever bronze medal … Has 137 individual…

Pierre Lueders

Pierre Lueders

Nineteen-year veteran of Canadian bobsleigh team … Five-time Olympian … Gold and silver Olympic medallist … Two-time world champion in…

Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur is a four-time Olympian and two-time Olympic gold medallist, having been part of the victorious Canadian teams at Salt Lake City 2002 and Vancouver 2010.

Christopher Pronger

Christopher Pronger

A member of the Triple Gold Club, Chris Pronger competed at four Olympic Games, the most of any Canadian male…

Jayna Hefford

Jayna Hefford

With her five Olympic medals, including four gold, Jayna Hefford is one of Canada’s most decorated Olympians. After making her world championship debut in 1997, Hefford became one of the longest serving members of Canada’s National Women’s Team. She made 12 world championship appearances, winning seven gold medals and five silver medals. 

Jasey-Jay Anderson

Jasey-Jay Anderson

Jasey-Jay Anderson made history at PyeongChang 2018 when he became the first Canadian athlete to compete at six Olympic Winter Games. His career highlight came at Vancouver 2010 when he won a long-awaited gold medal in what was to be his final Olympic race.

Tania Vicent

Tania Vicent

Tania Vicent started speed skating at age 10 and went on to compete at four Olympic Winter Games, winning a medal at each one to put her amongst Canada’s most decorated Olympians. A staple of the 3000m relay team throughout the late 1990s and early 2000s, Vicent helped the team to bronze at Nagano 1998 and Salt Lake City 2002 before capturing silvers at Turin 2006 and Vancouver 2010.