Charles Hamelin

Charles Hamelin

With five Olympic medals, including three gold, Charles Hamelin is tied with Marc Gagnon, François-Louis Tremblay and Phil Edwards as Canada’s most decorated male Olympians.

Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes

Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes

Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes made his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 as a member of the very young Canadian ski jumping team. At Sochi 2014 he was Canada’s top-ranked male ski jumper in both individual events.

Erin Mielzynski

Erin Mielzynski

Erin Mielzynski had a historic breakthrough on March 4, 2012 when she won the World Cup slalom race in Ofterschwang, Germany. She was the first Canadian to win a World Cup slalom race since Betsy Clifford in 1971.

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.

Rosanna Crawford

Rosanna Crawford

Rosanna Crawford had a career breakthrough in January 2018 when she won her first career solo World Cup medal, taking bronze in the 15km individual event in Ruhpolding, Germany after shooting a perfect 20 for 20 for the first time.

Megan Tandy

Megan Tandy

Megan Tandy had a career year in 2014-15. She broke into the top-15 in several World Cup races and had the most improved shooting percentage on the circuit. She was inside the top-30 in her four individual events at the 2015 World Championships, which included her qualifying for the mass start.

Brendan Green

Brendan Green

Brendan Green helped make Canadian biathlon history in 2016 when he anchored the 4×7.5km relay team to bronze for Canada’s first ever relay medal at the world championships. Two years earlier, Green was a member of the Canadian biathlon team that produced numerous best-ever results at Sochi 2014.

Alex Harvey

Alex Harvey

Alex Harvey is the most successful Canadian cross-country skier in history outside of the Olympic Games. He is a five-time medallist at the FIS World Championships and has more than 25 World Cup podiums in his career.

François Hamelin

François Hamelin

François Hamelin comes from what many have called the “First Family” of Canadian short track speed skating. He made his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 alongside older brother Charles and the two stood on top of the podium together after winning gold in the 5000m relay.

Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Manuel Osborne-Paradis achieved one of the biggest highlights of his career when he won super-G bronze at the 2017 FIS World Championships, sharing the podium with gold medallist teammate Erik Guay.