2014 News

Highlights

Red Maple Leaf Congratulations to all Canadian Athletes participating in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow July 23 to August 3. Women won 55 of Canada's 84 medals:

Athletics:

Gold Hammer Throw — Sultana Frizell
Gold Heptathalon 800m — Brianne Lee Theisen-Eaton
Gold Heptathalon Javelin Throw — Brianne Lee Theisen-Eaton

Badminton:

Gold Singles — Michelle Li

Cycling:

Gold Mountain Bike Cross Country — Catharine Pendrel

Diving:

Gold 1m Springboard — Jennifer Abel
Gold 10m Platform — Meaghan Benfeito
Gold 10m Platform Synchronized Team — Meaghan Benfeito, Roseline Filion

Gymnastics:

Gold Artistic Beam — Elsabeth Ann Black
Gold Rhythmic Ball — Patricia Bezzoubenko
Gold Rhythmic Clubs — Patricia Bezzoubenko
Gold Rhythmic Hoop — Patricia Bezzoubenko
Gold Rhythmic Ribbon — Patricia Bezzoubenko
Gold Rhythmic Individual All-Around — Patricia Bezzoubenko
Gold Rhythmic Group All-Around — Patricia Bezzoubenko, Maria Kitkarska, Annabelle Kovacs

Swimming:

Gold 100m Butterfly — Katerine Savard
Gold 200m Butterfly — Audrey Lacroix

Weightlifting:

Gold 75kg — Marie-Ève Beauchemin-Nadeau

Wrestling:

Gold Freestyle 63kg — Danielle Lappage
Gold Freestyle 69kg — Dorothy Yeats
Gold Freestyle 75kg — Erica Wiebe

Athletics:

Silver 1500m Para Sport Wheelchair — Diane Roy
Silver Heptathalon 800m — Jessica Zelinka

Boxing:

Silver Middle — Ariane Fortin
Silver Middle — Ariane Fortin

Cycling:

Silver Mountain Bike Cross Country — Emily Batty

Diving:

Silver 1m Springboard — Jennifer Abel
Silver 3m Springboard Synchronized Team — Jennifer Abel, Pamela Lina Ware

Gymnastics:

Silver Artistic Vault — Elsabeth Ann Black

Swimming:

Silver 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay — Alyson Ackman, Samantha Cheverton, Brittany MacLean, Emily Overholt

Triathalon:

Silver Individual — Kirsten Sweetland

Wrestling:

Silver Freestyle 55kg — Brittanee Laverdure

Athletics:

Bronze 100m Hurdles — Angela Whyte
Bronze 1500m Race — Kate Van Buskirk
Bronze Long Jump — Christabel Nettey
Bronze Pole Vault — Alysha Newman
Bronze Shot Put — Julie Labonté

Boxing:

Bronze Fly — Mandy Bujold

Diving:

Bronze 10m Platform — Roseline Filion

Gymnastics:

Bronze Artistic Floor — Elsabeth Ann Black

Judo:

Bronze 70kg — Alix Renaud-Roy
Bronze 78kg — Ana Laura Portuondo Isasi

Shooting:

Bronze 10m Air Pistol — Dorothy Ludwig

Swimming:

Bronze 50m Backstroke — Brooklynn Snodgrass
Bronze 200m Backstroke — Hilary Caldwell
Bronze 200m Individual Medley Para Sport SM10 — Aurelie Rivard
Bronze 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay — Alyson Ackman, Sandrine Mainville, Victoria Poon, Michelle Williams
Bronze 4 x 100m Medley Relay — Audrey Lacroix, Sandrine Mainville, Sinead Russell, Katerine Savard, Kierra Smith, Tera Van Beilen, Michelle Williams
Bronze 500m Backstroke — Brooklynn Snodgrass
Bronze 800m Freestyle — Brittany MacLean

Table Tennis:

Bronze Doubles — Anqi Luo, Mo Zhang

Weightlifting:

Bronze 69kg — Marie-Josée Arès-Pilon

Wrestling:

Bronze Freestyle 48kg — Jasmine Mian
Bronze Freestyle 53kg — Jillian Gallays
Bronze Freestyle 58kg — Braxton Stone

Red Maple Leaf Congratulations to Eugenie Bouchard of Montreal, Quebec for her achievement in reaching the Finals at Wimbledon, finishing second on July 5th, 2014. Highest World Rankings for Canadian Women Tennis Singles:

  • Provincial Flag Carling Bassett-Seguso World #8 in 1985
  • Provincial Flag Helen Kelesi World #13 in 1989
  • Provincial Flag Aleksandra Wozniak World #21 in 2009
  • Provincial Flag Patricia Hy-Boulais World #28 in 1993
  • Provincial Flag Rebecca Marino World #38 in 2011
  • Provincial Flag Maureen Drake World #47 in 1999
  • Provincial Flag Sonya Jeyaseelan World #48 in 2000
  • Provincial Flag Jana Nejedly World #64 in 2000
  • Provincial Flag Jill Hetherington World #64 in 1988
  • Provincial Flag Rene Simpson World #70 in 1989
  • Provincial Flag Sharon Fichman World #77 in 2014
  • Provincial Flag Stéphanie Dubois World #87 in 2012
  • Provincial Flag Marie-Ève Pelletier World #106 in 2005
  • Provincial Flag Vanessa Webb, Ontario World #107 in 2000
  • Provincial Flag Valérie Tétreault World #112 in 2010
  • Provincial Flag Heidi El Tabakh World #146 in 2012

Red Maple Leaf Canadians made a fantastic showing winning 26 medals at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. We're very proud and appreciative of their efforts, and we want it noted that the Women "out-golded" the Men:

Women: 6 4 1 11 Medals
Men: 4 4 4 12 Medals
Mixed Teams:   2 1 3 Medals

 

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