Canada at the 2019 Winter Olympics

Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its capital is Ottawa.

Canada has been taking part in the Winter Olympics since it first happened in 1924.

Canada will once again compete at the 2019 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea from 9 to 25 February 2019.

So far, Canada has participated in all the 22 Winter Olympic Games played so far, and has won 62 Gold, 56 Silver and 52 Bronze medals.

Canada at the 2019 Winter Olympics

I am sure people of Canada would be eager to know about Athletes / Participants taking part in PyeongChang 2019 Winter Olympics.

Canada Athletes Participating in PyeongChang 2019 Winter Olympics :

Alpine skiing

Canada qualified 15 athlete quota.

Biathlon

Canada has qualified 5 men and 5 women athletes

Bobsleigh

Two Man Event – 3 Quota
Four Man Event – 3 Quota
Two Women Event – 2 Quota

Cross-country skiing

Men – 2 Quota
Women – 2 Quota
Additional – 4 Quota

Curling

Canada has qualified a full team of 12 athletes (6 men and 6 women). The country will compete in all three events, including the debuting mixed doubles event.

Figure skating

Men’s Singles – 2 Quota
Ladies Singles – 3 Quota
Pairs Skating – 3 Quota
Ice Dancing – 3 Quota

Freestyle skiing

Men’s Moguls – 4 Quota
Men’s Aerials – 3 Quota
Men’s Ski cross – 4 Quota
Men’s Halfpipe – 4 Quota
Men’s Slopestyle – 4 Quota
Women’s Moguls – 4 Quota
Women’s Aerials – 1 Quota
Women’s Ski cross – 4 Quota
Women’s Halfpipe – 4 Quota
Women’s Slopestyle – 3 Quota

Ice hockey

Canada has qualified a men’s and women’s team for a total of 48 athletes (25 men and 23 women).

Luge

Canada has qualified eight athletes and a relay team.

Men’s Sigles – Samuel Edney, Mitchel Malyk, Reid Watts
Men’s Doubles – Tristan Walker and Justin Snith
Women’s Singles – Brooke Apshkrum, Alex Gough, Kimberley McRae
Mixed team relay

Short track speed skating

Canada qualified a full team of ten athletes (five per gender), allowing all athletes named to the team to compete.

Men

Charle Cournoyer
Pascal Dion
Samuel Girard
Charles Hamelin
François Hamelin

Women

Kim Boutin
Kasandra Bradette
Jamie Macdonald
Valérie Maltais
Marianne St-Gelais

Skeleton

Canada has qualified 2 men and 3 women athletes

Ski jumping

Canada has qualified one men and one women athletes

Snowboarding

Men’s Parallel – 2 Quota
Men’s Halfpipe – 2 Quota
Men’s Snowboardcross – 3 Quota
Men’s Slopestyle/Big air – 4 Quota
Women’s Halfpipe 3 Quota
Women’s Snowboardcross – 4 Quota
Women’s Slopestyle/Big air – 3 Quota

Speed skating

Men

500 Meters – 3 Quota
1000 Meters – 3 Quota
1500 Meters – 3 Quota
5000 Meters – 1 Quota
10000 Meters – 2 Quota
Mass start – 1 Quota
Team pursuit – 1 Quota

Women

500 Meters – 3 Quota
1000 Meters – 3 Quota
1500 Meters – 3 Quota
3000 Meters – 3 Quota
5000 Meters – 2 Quota
Mass start – 2 Quota
Team pursuit – 1 Quota