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Since its inception in 1967, the Canada Games has played a prominent role in developing some Canada's premier athletes. Some of the more notable alumni's to count the Canada Games as one of their first multi-sport experience include Olympic Gold Medallist and Super Heavyweight Champion of the World Lennox Lewis, Hockey Legend Bob Gainey and Scott Tournament of Hearts and World Curling Champion Colleen Jones. Provided in this section is a brief profile on some of the more prominent Canada Games Alumni.

Dianne Norman
Date: October 07, 2004

Dianne Norman

Sport: Basketball

Born: February 5th, 1971

Hometown: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Canada Games:

1987 Canada Winter Games in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Competed for Team New Brunswick - Basketball


  • 6th place

1989 Canada Summer Games in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Competed for Team New Brunswick - Basketball


  • 6th place

Career Highlights:

  • 145 International games played
  • World University Games (1991) 
  • Goodwill Games (1994)
  • Pan American Games (1991 & 1999) : Silver (1999) 
  • Olympian (1996 & 2000)
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