Canada Games alumni shine in PyeongChang

Thursday, 1st March 2018

Team Canada had a tremendous showing at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, finishing third overall in both the gold medal count with 11 and in total medals, the Canadians leave South Korea highly decorated. In total, Canada won 29 medals, a new national Olympic Winter Games record, surpassing its Vancouver 2010 total of 26. Canada leaves Korea with 11 gold, 8 silver and 10 bronze medals. 

Canada Games alumni were major contributed to Canada's medal haul, as evidenced by the below stats.

Our list of medalists:

Name Medal Sport P/T Games Year
Mark McMorris Silver Snowboard SK 2007
Charles Hamelin Bronze Speed Skating QC 2003
Kelsey Serwa Gold Freestyle Skiing BC 2007
Brittany Phelan Silver Freestyle Skiing QC  2011
Kaetlyn Osmond Gold/Bronze Figure Skating NL 2007
Kaitlyn Lawes Gold Curling MB 2003
Justin Kripps Gold Boblsleigh BC 2005 (Athletics)
Cassie Sharpe Gold Freestyle Skiing BC 2011
Marie-Phillip Poulin Silver Hockey QC 2007
Ann-Renée Desbiens Silver Hockey QC 2011
Lauriane Rougeau Silver Hockey QC 2007
Laura Stacey Silver Hockey ON 2011
Jennifer Wakefield Silver Hockey ON 2007
Bailey Bram Silver Hockey MB 2007
Brianne Jenner Silver Hockey ON 2007
Blayre Turnbull Silver Hockey NS 2011
Meaghan Agosta Silver Hockey ON 2003
Emily Clark Silver Hockey SK 2011
Natalie Spooner Silver Hockey ON 2007
Haley Irwin Silver Hockey ON 2003
Meghan Mikkelson Silver Hockey AB 2003
Rebecca Johnston Silver Hockey ON 2007
Chay Genoway Bronze Hockey MB 2003
Gilbert Brulé Bronze Hockey BC 2003
Justin Peters Bronze Hockey ON 2003
Kevin Poulin Bronze Hockey QC 2007
Wojtek Wolski Bronze Hockey ON 2003
Stefan Elliott Bronze Hockey BC 2007