Chris Williamson, Paralympic alpine skier (born 5 May 1972 in Edmonton, Alberta). Williamson competed in four Paralympic Winter Games over the course of his 17-year career, winning four medals, including gold in the men’s slalom at the 2002 Paralympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. He also dominated the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Cup competition, winning 56 gold medals (105 medals in total), 14 titles in individual disciplines, and 8 Crystal Globes. At the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, Williamson won two gold medals and 14 medals overall. He retired from competition in 2015.
Mark Lee McMorris, Canadian snowboarder (born 9 December 1993 in Regina, Saskatchewan). McMorris competes in both big air and slopestyle snowboarding. He won the bronze medal for Canada in men’s slopestyle at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, as well as silver in men’s slopestyle at the 2013 FIS Snowboarding World Championships. He has also won multiple gold medals on the World Cup circuit and at the Winter X Games, Dew Tour and the Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships.
Mikaël Kingsbury, freestyle skier (born 24 July 1992 in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, QC). Kingsbury won the silver medal in men’s moguls at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. In International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup competition, he has won six Crystal Globes as the overall champion of freestyle skiing (2012–2017) and the World Cup moguls title for seven straight years (2012–18). As of 16 January 2018, he has won a record 48 World Cup gold medals and 69 medals overall in moguls competition. Kingsbury has also won seven medals at the world championships.
Alexandre Bilodeau, skier (born 8 September 1987 in Montréal, QC). Moguls skier Alexandre Bilodeau was the first Canadian athlete to win an Olympic gold medal on home soil, when he won gold in moguls at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. He successfully defended his gold medal at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.
Mark Arendz, Paralympian, biathlon and cross-country skiing (born 3 March 1990 in Charlottetown, PEI). A two-time medallist at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Arendz won a silver medal for Canada in the men’s 7.5 km standing biathlon competition and a bronze medal in the men’s 12.5 km standing biathlon competition. Arendz also competed for Canada in para-cross-country skiing in Sochi and para-cross-country skiing and biathlon at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver. He has also won eight medals (two in cross-country skiing and six in biathlon, including three gold medals) at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Nordic Skiing World Championships. Arendz won eight IPC World Cup events and 40 individual IPC World Cup medals, as well as the 2013 World Cup Crystal Globe in para-biathlon.
Shirley Firth, cross-country skier (born 31 December 1953 in Aklavik, NWT; died 30 April 2013 in Yellowknife, NWT) and Sharon Anne Firth, cross-country skier (born 31 December 1953 in Aklavik, NWT). Twin sisters Shirley and Sharon Firth, members of the Gwich’in First Nation, were among the first Aboriginal athletes to represent Canada at the Olympics, and were members of the first Canadian women’s cross-country ski team at the Olympics.