MEET YOUR ATHLETE REPRESENTATIVE

 

CODY SORENSEN
BOBSLEIGH

MANDY BUJOLD
BOXING

SELENA O'HANION
EQUESTRIAN

LAURIANE ROUGEAU
HOCKEY

ALEX GOUGH
LUGE

Photo Credit: Canadian Olympic Committee 

KELLY FITZSIMMONS
MODERN PENTATHLON

Crédit Photo: Pentathlon Canada

CHRISTINE RICHARDSON
RACQUETBALL

Photo Credit: Milana Paddock Photography 

MICHELLE SALT
PARA-SNOWBOARD

SARAH-ANNE BRAULT
TRIATHLON

TREVOR HIRSCHFIELD
WHEELCHAIR RUGBY

KOREY JARVIS
WRESTLING

BO HEDGES
WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL

TONY WALBY
PARA-JUDO

Years on National Team: 18 Years on Able-Bodied National Team / 7 Years on Para Judo National Team
Term as Athlete Rep: 2017 - 2021 (4 years)
Career Highlights: 7th place London 2012, 7th place Rio 2016
Rep Philosophy: Enjoy this chapter of your life. When your time as a competitor ends, the next adventure awaits!
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BRAD BOWDEN
SLEDGE HOCKEY

GEOFF KABUSH
CYCLING (MOUNTAIN BIKE)

Years on National Team: 23
Term as Athlete Rep: Oct. 2016 - Oct. 2018 (2 years)
Rep Highlights: Elected Cycling Canada Athletes Council Chair and sitting on Cycling Canada BOD
Career Highlights: 3X Olympian, 15 National Titles, World Cup Win
Favourite Quote: “I’d rather have a clean sport than one with a lot of money in it.”
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KAITLYN WEAVER
FIGURE SKATING

NATASHA BODNARCHUK
SKI JUMPING

Years on National Team: 1
Term as Athlete Rep: Apr. 2017 - Apr. 2019 (2 years)
Rep Highlights: Attending AthletesCAN Forum!
Career Highlights: Top 10 in Summer Grand Prix Czech Republic 2017. Competed in World Championships in Lahti, Finland in 2017.
Favourite Quote: "You always have another chance to make your dreams come true, as long as that is what you still want.”
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ADAM DUKOVICH
BOCCIA

Crédit Photo: Boccia Canada 

BRADY LEMAN
SKI CROSS

ROSANNA CRAWFORD
BIATHLON

MARK ARENDZ
PARA CROSS-COUNTRY SKI
PARA-BIATHLON

Years on National Team: 12
Term as Athlete Rep: 2013 - Present
Career Highlights: 6 medals from the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games (1 Gold, 2 Silver, 3 Bronze), 5 medals from the 2017 World Para-Nordic Skiing World Championships in Finsterau, Germany (2 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze), 2 medals from the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games (1 Silver, 1 Bronze)
Favourite Quote: “How do you move a Mountain? One stone at a time”
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