Fans React: Iconic moments and lasting memories from Beijing
Not everyone was able to stay up to watch Canadian athletes and their adversaries compete in Beijing. But those who did were ready to cheer and celebrate the Olympic spirit.
The Canada vs U.S. women’s hockey rivalry was renewed in the preliminary round of Pyeongchang 2018, and Olympic newbie Sarah Nurse proved she could produce under pressure.
After wiping out in his first and second runs, Max Parrot had one last chance to win his first Olympic medal – and he delivered.
Chloe and Justine Dufour-Lapointe shared the podium together while sister Maxime joined in the celebration.
With Olympic gold on the line, Crosby scored an unforgettable overtime goal against the rival U.S. team to put Canada on top of the hockey world.
Cindy Klassen, Clara Hughes and Kristina Groves combined to win seven speed skating medals, helping Klassen make history as the most-decorated Canadian Olympian.
Going into the Torino 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Catriona Le May Doan was already an Olympic champion. The fastest woman on ice managed to do it again and solidify her place in history.
Canada’s Sandra Schmirler was the gold medal favourite in Nagano and delivered in spectacular fashion.
The Canadian Olympic gold medallist popularized bright knee pads to show off absorption and leg position for moguls skiers.
The odds were stacked against Elizabeth Manley heading into Calgary 1988. After a free skate performance for the ages, the Canadian unexpectedly snagged silver.
American Brian Boitano would get the best of Canada’s Brian Orser, winning gold by the smallest of margins at the 1988 Olympics in Calgary.