Antoine Valois-Fortier

Antoine Valois-Fortier

Antoine Valois-Fortier was a fresh face on the international scene when he won a bronze medal in the 81kg class while making his Olympic debut at London 2012. In doing so, he became the first Canadian judoka to earn an Olympic medal since the Sydney 2000 Games where his coach Nicolas Gill was a silver medallist.

Valérie Welsh

Valérie Welsh

Valérie Welsh made her Olympic Games debut in 2012 and was a member of the Synchronized Swimming team that finished in fourth place in London. Welsh announced her retirement after the London Games.

Jo-Annie Fortin

Jo-Annie Fortin

Jo-Annie Fortin made her Olympic Games debut in 2012 and was a member of the Synchronized Swimming team that finished in fourth place in London.

Richard Weinberger

Richard Weinberger

Richard Weinberger competed in his first Olympic Games in 2012 and captured bronze in the 10km men’s open water event.

Tory Nyhaug

Tory Nyhaug

Tory Nyhaug was just 20 when he made his Olympic debut at London 2012, Canada’s lone BMX racer to qualify for the Games. He was eliminated in the quarterfinals, ranking him 18th.

Anjelika Reznik

Anjelika Reznik

Anjelika Reznik made her Olympic Games debut at London 2012 where she was a member of the rhythmic gymnastics team that finished 11th in the group event.

François Imbeau-Dulac

François Imbeau-Dulac

François Imbeau-Dulac made his Olympic debut at London 2012 where he finished 13th in the men’s springboard event, missing the…

David Wright

David Wright

David Wright finished in 23rd place in the men’s laser one-person dinghy event in London 2012 while making his first Olympic Games appearance for Canada.

Kristina Vaculik

Kristina Vaculik

Kristina Vaculik competed at her first Olympic Games as part of the artistic gymnastics team that made the event final for the first time in Canadian history, finishing fifth.

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