Scott Moir Started skating at age 3 because he was always at the rink with his mother At first, wanted to skate faster for hockey to fulfill his dream of being Joe Sakic and winning the Stanley Cup but he realized he didn’t have the hands for hockey Moir partner Virtue produced one of their best seasons ever in 2016-17, going undefeated en route to their third career world title Duo had produced one of the most memorable moments of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games when they captured…

Scott Moir Started skating at age 3 because he was always at the rink with his mother At first, wanted to skate faster for hockey to fulfill his dream of being Joe Sakic and winning the Stanley Cup but he realized he didn’t have the hands for hockey Moir partner Virtue produced one of their best seasons ever in 2016-17, going undefeated en route to their third career world title Duo had produced one of the most memorable moments of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games when they captured…

Chris Kelly Captain of Canadian Men's Hockey Team He was selected in the third round, 94th overall, by the Ottawa Senators in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft Played 833 NHL games for the Ottawa Senators (2003-11, 2016-17) and Boston Bruins (2010-14) Won the Stanley Cup with the Bruins in 2011 after playing in the Stanley Cup Final with the Senators in 2007

Chris Kelly Captain of Canadian Men's Hockey Team He was selected in the third round, 94th overall, by the Ottawa Senators in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft Played 833 NHL games for the Ottawa Senators (2003-11, 2016-17) and Boston Bruins (2010-14) Won the Stanley Cup with the Bruins in 2011 after playing in the Stanley Cup Final with the Senators in 2007

Ted-Jan Bloemen Started skating before he could walk Loved skating on frozen rivers and lakes as a child so his parents enrolled in with a speed skating club in Gouda, Netherlands Speed Skating Canada’s Long Track Male Athlete of the Year Finishing second in the overall World Cup standings for the 5000m/10,000m. Among the highlights was his first career World Cup victory in the 5000m Olympic Winter Games: 2018 - GOLD (10,000m)

Ted-Jan Bloemen Started skating before he could walk Loved skating on frozen rivers and lakes as a child so his parents enrolled in with a speed skating club in Gouda, Netherlands Speed Skating Canada’s Long Track Male Athlete of the Year Finishing second in the overall World Cup standings for the 5000m/10,000m. Among the highlights was his first career World Cup victory in the 5000m Olympic Winter Games: 2018 - GOLD (10,000m)

Kaitlyn Lawes Olympic Winter Games: 2014 – GOLD (women), 2018 – GOLD (mixed doubles) They were the first women’s team to ever go undefeated through the Olympic tournament, posting a perfect 11-0 record as they won Canada’s first Olympic gold in women’s curling since Nagano 1998 Her first competition at age 4 was a family fun bonspiel which they won had a very successful junior career as a skip, leading her team to back-to-back junior national titles in 2008 and 2009

Kaitlyn Lawes Olympic Winter Games: 2014 – GOLD (women), 2018 – GOLD (mixed doubles) They were the first women’s team to ever go undefeated through the Olympic tournament, posting a perfect 11-0 record as they won Canada’s first Olympic gold in women’s curling since Nagano 1998 Her first competition at age 4 was a family fun bonspiel which they won had a very successful junior career as a skip, leading her team to back-to-back junior national titles in 2008 and 2009

Mark McMorris Olympic Winter Games: 2018 - BRONZE (slopestyle); 2014 – BRONZE (slopestyle) Eventually missed his grade 11 and 12 years at LeBoldus High School while competing professionally At Sochi 2014, he won bronze in the Olympic debut of snowboard slopestyle for Canada’s first medal of the Games Success in X Games over the next few years, bringing his career total to 7 gold, 5 silver, and 2 bronze medals through the 2016-17 season

Mark McMorris Olympic Winter Games: 2018 - BRONZE (slopestyle); 2014 – BRONZE (slopestyle) Eventually missed his grade 11 and 12 years at LeBoldus High School while competing professionally At Sochi 2014, he won bronze in the Olympic debut of snowboard slopestyle for Canada’s first medal of the Games Success in X Games over the next few years, bringing his career total to 7 gold, 5 silver, and 2 bronze medals through the 2016-17 season

Christopher Spring Olympic Winter Games: 2014 – 7th (2-man), 13th (4-man); 2010 – 22nd (2-man w/ Australia) IBSF World Championships: 2017 – 13th (2-man), 13th (4-man); 2016 – 12th (4-man), 6th (2-man); 2015 - 8th (4-man), 18th (2-man); 2013 – 6th (2-man), 17th (4-man); 2011 – 14th (4-man), 19th (2-man) July 1, 2013, was a very special Canada Day for Christopher Spring as he became a Canadian citizen He competed at his second Olympic Winter Games at Sochi 2014, but his first for Canada

Christopher Spring Olympic Winter Games: 2014 – 7th (2-man), 13th (4-man); 2010 – 22nd (2-man w/ Australia) IBSF World Championships: 2017 – 13th (2-man), 13th (4-man); 2016 – 12th (4-man), 6th (2-man); 2015 - 8th (4-man), 18th (2-man); 2013 – 6th (2-man), 17th (4-man); 2011 – 14th (4-man), 19th (2-man) July 1, 2013, was a very special Canada Day for Christopher Spring as he became a Canadian citizen He competed at his second Olympic Winter Games at Sochi 2014, but his first for Canada

Alexandre Bilodeau 14 years old he became the youngest athlete to perform a triple jump in competition Played Hockey at a young age, switched over to Skiing because it was easier for the whole family to enjoy, including his brother frédéric who has cerebral palsy and is unable to skate. Bilodeau has been a brand ambassador for a number of companies, including KPMG Canada and Nike Honorary Chair of the Alexandre Bilodeau Fund for Adapted Sports at the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre in…

Alexandre Bilodeau 14 years old he became the youngest athlete to perform a triple jump in competition Played Hockey at a young age, switched over to Skiing because it was easier for the whole family to enjoy, including his brother frédéric who has cerebral palsy and is unable to skate. Bilodeau has been a brand ambassador for a number of companies, including KPMG Canada and Nike Honorary Chair of the Alexandre Bilodeau Fund for Adapted Sports at the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre in…

Wayne Gretzky Upon retirement he held or shared 61 NHL records Holding the record for most career regular season goals (894), assists (1,963), points (2,857), and hat tricks (50) His 47 playoff points in 1985 and 31 assists in 1988 are still records for a single postseason round, and he holds the record for career playoff goals (122), assists (260), points (382), hat tricks (10), and game-winning goals (24). 40 regular season records 16 playoff records 6 all star records

Wayne Gretzky Upon retirement he held or shared 61 NHL records Holding the record for most career regular season goals (894), assists (1,963), points (2,857), and hat tricks (50) His 47 playoff points in 1985 and 31 assists in 1988 are still records for a single postseason round, and he holds the record for career playoff goals (122), assists (260), points (382), hat tricks (10), and game-winning goals (24). 40 regular season records 16 playoff records 6 all star records

Arnie Boldt Continuously broke his own records in long jump and high jump Accomplishments even more extraordinary since he only had one leg Competed in swimming, skiing, volleyball, and, most notably, track and field even though only having one leg 1976 Paralympics when he won two gold medals in the high jump and the long jump. He had a record jump of 1.86m with on leg, in comparison the female highest jump was 1.87m FINAL: 2.04m high jump 3.01m long jump

Arnie Boldt Continuously broke his own records in long jump and high jump Accomplishments even more extraordinary since he only had one leg Competed in swimming, skiing, volleyball, and, most notably, track and field even though only having one leg 1976 Paralympics when he won two gold medals in the high jump and the long jump. He had a record jump of 1.86m with on leg, in comparison the female highest jump was 1.87m FINAL: 2.04m high jump 3.01m long jump

Abigail Hoffman Track and Field Athlete Played hockey at the age of 9 which was a male-dominated sport Toronto Olympic Club, winning her first national championship in the 880 yard (806 m) race at the age of 15 Competed nationally from 1962 - 1976 in 4 Olympics, 4 Pan-American Games(2 gold medals) and 2 Commonwealth Games(1 gold) Fought for athletes rights and for the advancement of women in sport

Abigail Hoffman: medal twice in the event at the 1963 and Also, involved in over 5 olympics. She started competeing at the age at 14 and never looked back

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