DENNY MORRISON - BE RESILIENT
In May 2015, Denny Morrison sustained a broken femur, punctured lung, concussion and several more injuries in a motorcycle accident. PyeongChang 2018 will still be his fourth Olympics.
Find out what it means to Denny to Be Olympic.
MAXIME, CHLOE, AND JUSTINE DUFOUR-LAPOINTE - BE UNITED
In 2016, the three Dufour-Lapointe sisters made history when they swept the World Cup podium. It was in that moment that their focus changed from winning, to succeeding together.
Find out from them what it means to Be Olympic.
MEAGAN DUHAMEL, ERIC RADFORD - BE GRACEFUL
As figure skaters, being graceful with every motion is essential. However, navigating life with grace is not always that easy.
Find out how Meagan and Eric power through to Be Olympic.
MARK MCMORRIS - BE DETERMINED
In March 2017, Mark McMorris suffered a fractured jaw, left arm, ribs and pelvis; ruptured spleen; and collapsed left lung. Mark overcame the recovery and rehab sessions to get back onto his board.
Read what it means to him to Be Olympic.
WOMEN'S HOCKEY - BE LEADERS
Over the past four Olympic Winter Games the Canadian women’s ice hockey team has carried a golden legacy. The team aims to win their fifth straight Olympic gold medal in PyeongChang.
Find out how this legacy teaches younger generations to Be Olympic.
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