Natalie Wilkie Head Shot

Natalie Wilkie



Para Nordic skiing


Salmon Arm, BC

Natalie Wilkie was Canada’s youngest athlete at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. She made a remarkable Games debut at age 17 with a gold, silver, and bronze in cross-country skiing. Her success continued at the 2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships with silver medals in the long distance cross country raced and the mixed team relay.

Year Type
Host City
2018 Winter
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Pyeongchang, South Korea


2019- two silver medals at the 2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships in the cross-country long and mixed relay. 2018 - Three medals at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games... Three fourth place finishes at December 2017 World Cup in Canmore, Alta., qualified her for the Paralympic team... She is a member of both the able-bodied BC Nordic Team and the Canadian para NextGen team… She was selected for the BC Nordic team following her bronze-medal finish at cross-country ski nationals in March 2017.


Lost four fingers on her left hand in a school workshop accident in 2016… Sister Isabelle competed in cross country skiing at 2018 B.C. Winter Games


2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships - cross-country long -2nd

2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships - Mixed Relay -2nd

2018 Paralympic Winter Games - 7.5 km cross country - 1st

2018 Paralympic Winter Games - 4X2.5 km relay cross country - 2nd

2018 Paralympic Winter Games - Sprint cross country - 3rd

2018 Paralympic Winter Games - 15 km - 6th

2018 Para-Nordic World Cup – Canmore -cross country sprint – 3rd

2018 Para-Nordic World Cup – Oberried (GER) - biathlon distance – 5th