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Will Crothers

Will Crothers

In his first Olympic appearance, Will Crothers captured silver as a member of the men’s eight crew. Heading into the London Games, Crothers had competed at three senior World Championships winning silver in the coxed fours in 2006 and bronze in the eight in 2011.

Shona Thorburn

Shona Thorburn

Shona Thorburn, a member of the national team since 2005, made her first appearance at an Olympic Games in 2012 and helped Canada reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the basketball program’s history, finishing eighth.

Tamara Tatham

Tamara Tatham

Tamara Tatham, a 6’1 small-forward, made her first appearance at an Olympic Games in 2012 and helped Canada reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the Basketball program’s history, finishing eighth.

Michelle Plouffe

Michelle Plouffe

Michelle Plouffe made her first appearance at an Olympic Games in 2012 and helped Canada reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the Basketball program’s history, finishing eighth.

Lizanne Murphy

Lizanne Murphy

Lizanne Murphy made her first appearance at an Olympic Games in 2012 and helped Canada reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the Basketball program’s history, finishing eighth.

Miranda Ayim

Miranda Ayim

Miranda Ayim, a 6’3 power-forward for the Canadian Women’s Basketball Team, made her first appearance at an Olympic Games in 2012 and helped Canada reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the Basketball program’s history, finishing eighth.

Natalie Achonwa

Natalie Achonwa

Nathalie Achonwa, a power-forward from Guelph, ON, made her first appearance at an Olympic Games in 2012 and helped Canada reach the quarter-finals for the first time in the Basketball program’s history, finishing eighth.

Ellie Black

Ellie Black

Ellie Black made history at the 2017 FIG World Championships in Montreal, winning silver to become Canada’s first ever all-around medallist at the worlds.

Sergio Pessoa

Sergio Pessoa

A second-generation Olympian, Sergio Pessoa made his Games debut at London 2012 with a top-20 finish in the 60kg division.

Emily Batty

Emily Batty

Emily Batty’s Olympic debut at London 2012 was one to remember as she competed with a broken collarbone sustained in a training crash in the week leading up to the Olympic race. Pushing through the pain, she finished 24th.

Monique Sullivan

Monique Sullivan

Cyclist Monique Sullivan competed in her first Olympic Games in 2012, finishing sixth in the women’s keirin and eleventh in the sprint.

Eugene Wang

Eugene Wang

Eugene Wang made his Olympic debut at London 2012, just weeks after he received his Canadian citizenship. Wang had the opportunity to represent Canada once again in 2015, taking home two bronze medals from the Pan American Games in Toronto.

Luke Ramsay

Luke Ramsay

Having made his Olympic debut in the 470 at London 2012, Luke Ramsay competed at Rio 2016 in a new Olympic boat class, the Nacra 17, finishing 15th alongside Nikola Girke.

Katerine Savard

Katerine Savard

One of Canada’s top butterfly specialists, Savard made her Olympic debut at London 2012. She qualified for the semifinals of the 100m butterfly, finishing 16th overall. She also posted a 19th place finish in the 200m butterfly.

Brittany MacLean

Brittany MacLean

Brittany MacLean was one of the younger members of the Canadian Olympic Team in her Games debut in London at age 18. MacLean finished seventh in the 400m freestyle and just off the podium in fourth place in the 4x200m freestyle with teammates Barbara Jardin, Samantha Cheverton and Amanda Reason.

Hilary Caldwell

Hilary Caldwell

Hilary Caldwell made her Olympic Games debut in 2012 and finished 17th in the 200m backstroke in London.

Mark de Jonge

Mark de Jonge

Mark de Jonge captured bronze in 2012 at his first Olympic Games in the inaugural K-1 200m race. The native of Halifax, Nova Scotia qualified an Olympic berth for Canada with his sixth place finish at the 2011 World Championships in Szeged, Hungary.