2014 Canadian Olympic Medallist

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  • Mark McMorris

    Mark McMorris
    Snowboarder Mark McMorris collected Canada's first medal in Sochi. “That’s just an amazing feeling, to start the Games off with a medal for Canada,” said the 20-year-old from Regina.
  • Chole Dufour-Lapointe

    Chole Dufour-Lapointe
  • Charles Hamelin

    Charles Hamelin
    Speed Skating: Canada's Charles Hamelin becomes a three-time gold medal winner with a dominant performance in the men's 1,500 short track event.
  • Alex Bilodeau

    Alex Bilodeau
  • Mikael Kingsbury

    Mikael Kingsbury
  • Dara Howell

    Dara Howell
    Dara Howell claimed Canada’s fourth gold medal of the Sochi Winter Games.
    “I think that’s the best run i’ve ever done in my entire life,” a jubilant Howell said of her effort in the debut event. “I did the best run that I could and I’m glad it came out today as Olympic champion.”
  • Kim Lamarre

    Kim Lamarre
    Kim Lamarre joined Dara Howell on the podium in the women’s ski slopestyle event , claiming the bronze medal.
  • Denny Morrison

    Denny Morrison
    Denny Morrison wins the silver medal in the 1,000-metre long track speed skating event.
  • Denny Morrison

    Denny Morrison
  • Jan Hudec

    Jan Hudec
    Jan Hudec skied his way into the Canadian record books with an historic performance in the men’s Super-G event, winning a bronze medal.
  • Dominique Maltais

    Dominique Maltais
    Dominique Maltais raced to a silver medal in the women’s snowboard cross, adding to a bronze she won at the Turin Games in 2006.
  • Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir

    Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir
  • Women's 3,000M relay short-track speedskating

    Women's 3,000M relay short-track speedskating
    Canada's women's 3,000M relay short track speedskating team of Marie-Eve Drolet, Jessica Hewitt, Valerie Maltais and Marianne St-Gelais captured silver after the Chinese team was disqualified.
  • Mike Riddle

    Mike Riddle
    Mike Riddle of Edmonton wins the silver medal in men’s ski halfpipe – the first time the event has been held at an Olympics -- with a score of 90.60.
  • Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse

    Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse
  • Women's Curling

    Women's Curling
  • Canadian women's hockey team

    Canadian women's hockey team
  • Women's SkiCross

    Women's SkiCross
    Kelsey Serwa wins a silver medal in women's freestyle skiing skicross.
  • Women's SkiCross

    Women's SkiCross
    Marielle Thompson wins gold in the women's freestyle skiing skicross.
  • Men's Curling

    Men's Curling
    Brad Jacobs and his Team Canada rink rolled to a gold medal in men's curling, beating Great Britain 9-3 in eight ends.
  • Charls Cournoyer

    Charls Cournoyer
    Charle Cournoyer raced to a bronze medal in the men's 500-metre short track speedskating final.
  • Men's Hockey

    Men's Hockey
    Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews helped Canada to the gold medal as they each scored a goal in the final. Canada went undefeated in the Tournament to defend the Olympic title they won in Vancouver four years ago.
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    Canadian Medal Winners

    Medal #1Snowboarder Mark McMorris collected Canada's first medal in Sochi. “That’s just an amazing feeling, to start the Games off with a medal for Canada,” said the 20-year-old from Regina.