Beijing

olympic inspiration

 

So much inspiration from Team Canada in Beijing yesterday. Congratulations to all our medal winners: to Max Parrot who has recovered from Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, on his gold medal in men’s Slopestyle and to Mark McMorris on receiving bronze; to Kim Boutin, on her bronze medal in the women’s 500m short track speed skating ; and to Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes, Alexandria Loutitt, Matthew Soukup and Abigail Strate all winning bronze in the Olympic debut of mixed team Ski Jumping.

Olympic moments however are not only just about winning medals. After Justine Dufour-Lapointe fell on her mogul run seeing her comforted by her sister Chloe was inspiring and golden in every way, as are the words she has written on Instagram at @justinedufourlapointe Read them and be inspired by this great Canadian athlete and role model.

 

Olympic Moments IV – 6.2.22

a perfect short


 

Olympic Moments III – 5.2.22

Canada’s Madeline Schizas skated a perfect short program in the Ice Skating Team Event.

olympic moments begin

Olympic Moments I and II – 4.2.22

Congratulations to Team Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury, men’s mogul Silver Medal making him the most decorated mogul skier of all time; and congratulations to Canada’s Isabelle Weideman, bronze medal in women’s 3000m long track speed skating.

 

Canda Proud

Let The Games Begin

 

Looking forward to the start of the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games and wishing Sara Villani and Melissa Lotholz together with all of Team Canada every success in Beijing, plus a look back to a few memorable Olympic and Paralympic moments from the 2018 games in PyeongChang to whet our appetites for the excitement that’s ahead.

 

Go Canada Go