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Despite having his legs amputated when he was 18 months old Greg Westlake has found the way to become one of Canada’s premiere athletes. At the age of 27 Greg leads Canada’s Ice Sledge Hockey team on and off the ice. He's very active in promoting the sport and serves as an ambassador for his country and the sport. In 2006 Westlake helped Canada capture Olympic gold in Turin. Unfortunately the team fell short of the medals in Vancouver, finishing fourth. This blip on the radar has motivated Westlake and his teammates to regain gold on Russian soil in 2014.