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Ottawa at the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games

A team of 13 Olympians will be representing Ottawa at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Read our profiles on them from page 1-15 in the February 2018 Ottawa Sportspage newspaper - pick up a copy at one of the locations listed on https://sportsottawa.com/content/ottawa-sportspage-0/ or read the online edition of the newspaper at: https://issuu.com/ottawasportspage/docs/sportspage-feb18

A team of 13 Olympians will be representing Ottawa at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

Read our profiles on them from page 1-15 in the February 2018 Ottawa Sportspage newspaper – pick up a copy at one of the locations listed on https://sportsottawa.com/content/ottawa-sportspage-0/ or read the online edition of the newspaper at: https://issuu.com/ottawasportspage/docs/sportspage-feb18

You can also browse through their stories below:

Vicent De Haître (speed skating): De Haître has medal hopes in second take

Ivanie Blondin (speed skating): Not 1… Not 2… Not 3… Team Leader to skate 4 races

Isabelle Weidemann (speed skating): Three’s company; Weidemann the third Gloucester Concorde to realize Olympic dream

Rachel Homan (curling): Ottawa’s curling queen gets long-awaited shot at Olympic glory

Emma Miskew (curling): Miskew realizing a child-hood dream by going to the Olympics with her ‘sister’


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Lisa Weagle (curling): Weagle follows in footsteps of golden 2014 Olympic lead

Joanne Courtney (curling): Final Team Homan member brought what it takes

Mimi Rahneva (skeleton): The ‘skeleton tree’ of supporters’ names on Mimi Rahneva’s sled inspires the self-made slider before every run

John Morris (curling): Vancouver 2010 champ back in new event

Dustin Cook (alpine skiing): Ottawa’s most decorated male alpine skier ever set to make Olympic debut

Seyi Smith (bobsleigh): #OnlyOneLaneInBob: Olympic relay sprinter seeks to ease pain of 2012 disqualification

Derek Roy (men’s ice hockey): Absent NHLers translates into Olympic dream realized for former Sens rival

Eric O’Dell (men’s ice hockey): O’Dell dialed 6-1-3 when delivered Olympic news

Coach Adam Kingsbury (curling): Team Homan’s clutch coach

 


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