Water skier Carol Anne Duthie won a bronze medal in the junior girls slalom at the 1951 World Championships and then became the 1953 World Junior champion.
Ken Drummond won a gold medal as a member of the rowing eights crew at the 1954 Commonwealth Games.
Canada’s number two-ranked tennis player from 1926-29, Willard Crocker was the 1925 Canadian Open men’s singles champion.
Two-time Olympic sprinter Cyril Coaffee represented Canada at the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp and 1924 Olympic Games in Paris.
Canadian archer Lisa Buscombe is the 1984 World Field Archery and 1985 World Games champion.
Canadian swimmer George Burleigh won seven medals, including four gold, at the 1930 and 1934 British Empire Games.
Boxer Eugene “Gene” Brosseau was the only Canadian ever to win two US amateur titles, and was so well respected he was known as “Gentleman Gene”.
One of Canada’s greatest badminton players, Dick Birch was known for his devastating smash, powerful strokes and excellent footwork.