Team Canada – Thomas Barreiro finished in the top-10 at the Pan American Championships each year since 2017
Team Canada – Phillip Barreiro placed in the top-5 at the 2018 and 2019 Pan American Championships
Team Canada – Jordan Steen won 97kg bronze at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Team Canada – Alex Moore represented Canada at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, placing 14th in the 63kg weight class
Team Canada – Darthe Capellan won 61kg bronze at the 2017 Jeux de la Francophonie
Team Canada – Olivia Di Bacco won five straight CIS/USports Team championship titles while wrestling at Brock University
Team Canada – Hannah Taylor won 57kg silver at the 2019 Pan American Championships, her first time competing in the tournament as a senior
Team Canada – Karol Ann Roy placed a career-best third on the CAMTRI Sprint Triathlon American Cup circuit in Bridgetown, Barbados on April 21, 2019
Team Canada – Taylor Forbes competed in his first ITU World Cup as an elite athlete in August 2016 in Montreal
Team Canada- Hannah Henry won back-to-back individual titles at the USAT Collegiate National Championships in 2017 and 2018 while representing the Arizona State Sun Devils
Christopher Baldwin set Canadian record in 10m air rifle en route to winning his third national title in 2018
Team Canada – Charles Paquet represented Canada at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China where he placed 9th individually and 7th in the mixed team relay
Matthew Van Haaren won three straight gold medals in junior trap at the Canadian Championships from 2016 to 2018
Team Canada – Desirae Ridenour represented Canada in her first international multisport games at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, placing 17th in the individual event and helping Canada to a 4th place finish in the mixed team relay.
Team Canada – Alexis Lepage won his first career ITU World Cup medal on May 12, 2019 when he placed third in Chengdu, China
Mary Parsons currently holds the Indiana University record for best 18-hole score, shooting a 66 in her second round as a freshman at the Bettie Lou Evans Invitational to help earn her a top-10 finish.
Brigitte Thibault started golfing at age 15 after suffering injuries in cheerleading.
Canadian Amateur Golfer of the Year in 2018. Team and individual champion at the 2017 Tailhade Cup in Argentina
Sabrina Aubin earned her way onto the national team six years ago after undergoing surgical reconstruction of her labrum, which led to people telling her she would never box again.
Irène Fiolek joined a boxing class at her local fitness centre at the age of 15 with some friends from school, discovering her passion for the sport