Ross “Sandy” Somerville is a six-time Canadian amateur and three-time senior golf champion.
In 1933, Jack Purcell was declared the world singles badminton champion based on his domination of the top international players.
Coxswain Terry Paul won an Olympic gold medal as a member of the men’s eight crew at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.
Sam Richardson was just a teenager when he represented Canada at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, competing in the long jump, triple jump and in the 4x100m relay.
Canadian water skier Judy McClintock won two World Championships titles a decade apart and was the only female to ever qualify for the World finals in all three disciplines.
Canadian water skier Joel McClintock won the Overall title at the 1979 World Championships.
Ada Mackenzie was one of the best female golfers Canada ever produced and a true ground breaker in the sport, opening the only golf club in North America specifically for women.
Frank Garner was a Canadian team Olympic coach and international Olympic technical official for the sports of canoe/kayak. During his coaching tenure, Garner‘s athletes won six Olympic medals at Los Angeles 1984 and over 50 International medals.