The Olympic games are well underway and Team Canada is showing the world that winter sports are what we do best here in the north. Since the games began last week, Canada has already secured one gold, four silver, and seven bronze medals. Whether you’re here for an update or just a dose of Canadian pride, take a look at all of our winners at the Beijing Olympics so far.

Gold

 

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Quebec’s very own Max Parrot is the first gold medalist at this year’s games. The Olympian earned first place in the men’s snowboard slopestyle event on February 7th. Parrot shared the podium with Saskatchewan athlete Mark McMorris, who earned bronze in the same competition.

On February 15th, speed skaters Ivanie Blondin, Valérie Maltais, and Isabelle Weidemann won gold in the women’s team pursuit.

And on February 16th, Team Canada short track speed skaters Charles Hamelin, Steven Dubois, Jordan Pierre-Gilles, Maxime Laoun, and Pascal Dion won the gold medal in the men’s 5000 m relay.

In a riveting game match against the United States on the 16th, Team Canada’s women’s hockey team took home gold after their 3-2 win, with Captain Marie-Philip Poulin scoring twice to put Canada in the lead.

Silver

 

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Mikaël Kingsbury, a freestyle skier from Quebec, earned silver in the men’s moguls competition on February 6th. It’s the third Olympic medal of his career, making him Canada’s most decorated freestyle skier at the Olympic Games.

Steven Dubois of Quebec earned Team Canada’s second silver medal of the Beijing games during the men’s 1500 m short track speed skating event on February 9th.

Snowboarder Elliot Grondin and speed skater Isabelle Weidemann both won silver medals on February 10th in their respective events, men’s snowboard cross and women’s 5000 m long track speed skating. Marielle Thompson also won silver in the women’s ski cross event.

Bronze

 

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Ottawa’s Isabelle Weidemann received a bronze medal in the women’s 300 m long track speed skating competition on February 6th, the first medal won by Team Canada at this year’s Winter Olympics. Two days later, Quebec’s Kim Boutin won third place in women’s 500 m short track speed skating.

On the same day, Team Canada ski jumpers Alexandria Loutitt, Matthew Soukup, Abigail Strate, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes took bronze in the mixed team ski jumping event.

On February 9th, British Columbia snowboarder Meryeta O’Dine placed third in the women’s snowboard cross final.

And on February 10th, Team Canada alpine skier James Crawford won bronze in the men’s combined event. Freestyle skiers Marion Thénault, Miha Fontaine and Lewis Irving also took home bronze in the inaugural Olympic mixed team aerials event.

On February 12th, Meryeta Odine and Eliot Grondin received bronze in the mixed teams snowboard cross event. Team Canada short track speed skater Steven Dubois earned a bronze medal in the men’s 500m finals on February 13th.

Christine de Bruin won bronze in the women’s monobob event on February 14th. Gold medalist Max Parrot also took home a third-place medal at the men’s snowboard big air on February 15th.

Here’s to hoping that we’ve got many more medals to celebrate in the coming days!