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Chris Williamson
Chris Williamson

Sport:

Alpine Skiing

Snowboard

Bio:

One of the world’s most decorated para-alpine athletes, Chris Williamson reached the podium again at the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi earning a bronze medal in slalom for visually impaired with his guide Nick Brush.

Brian McKeever
Brian McKeever

Sport:

Nordic Skiing - Biathlon

Nordic Skiing - Cross Country Skiing

Bio:

Brian McKeever made history in 2010 when he was named to the Olympic and Paralympic teams.

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Bradley Bowden
Bradley Bowden

Sport:

Ice Sledge Hockey

Wheelchair Basketball

Bio:

Brad Bowden saved his best for last at the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi. He collected the winning goal and two assists in the third place game to lead Canada to a 3-0 victory over Norway for the bronze.

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Billy Bridges
Billy Bridges

Sport:

Ice Sledge Hockey

Wheelchair Tennis

Bio:

Billy, who lives in Mississauga, Ontario, began playing sledge hockey with the Kitchener Sidewinders in 1997 at the tender age of 12 years old. Having made the national team at the ripe old age of 14, Billy is on record for being the youngest player ever selected for Canada’s National Sledge Hockey Team. ...

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Graeme Murray
Graeme Murray

Sport:

Ice Sledge Hockey

Bio:

Graeme Murray was one of the key veterans on the Canadian sledge hockey team which won the bronze medal at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi. A few months later in October 2014, Murray announced his retirement from the national team.

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Kimberly Joines
Kimberly Joines

Sport:

Alpine Skiing

Snowboard

Bio:

One of the world’s best female sit-skiers, Kimberly Joines is a two-time IPC world champion, 22-time IPC World Cup winner and two-time Paralympic bronze medallist.

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Sonja Gaudet
Sonja Gaudet

Sport:

Wheelchair Curling

Bio:

Sonja Gaudet is the world’s most decorated wheelchair curler.

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Mark Arendz
Mark Arendz

Sport:

Nordic Skiing - Biathlon

Nordic Skiing - Cross Country Skiing

Bio:

Mark Arendz was one of Canada’s busiest athletes at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi. He competed in five events (two Para-Nordic skiing and three biathlon events).

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Dennis Thiessen
Dennis Thiessen

Sport:

Wheelchair Curling

Bio:

Dennis Thiessen added the title Paralympic curling champion to his resume in 2014 as he helped Canada to gold in Sochi. A wheelchair curler since 2005, he showed a steady progression in his skill level which earned him a berth on Team Canada in 2012 after an extensive two-year tryout process.

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