Barbara Wagner
Just a snippet of Canadians Barbara Wagner and Bob Paul.
Barbara Ann Scott
Movie tone views of San Moritz (a treat in itself) and Canada's first Gold medalist. I have seen skating figurines posed like her. She must of inspired some ...
Lennox Lewis
Knockout action.
1948 Winter Olympics Barbara Ann Scott - YouTube
Jul 27, 2007 ... Movie tone views of San Moritz (a treat in itself) and Canada's first Gold medalist. I have seen skating figurines posed like her. She must of ...
Kathleen Heddle
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Sébastien Lareau
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Dean Crawford
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Black Hawk (lacrosse)
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Sarah Vaillancourt
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Scott Moir
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Hugh Fisher (canoeist)
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Wally Halder
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Patrice Bergeron
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Élie Blanchard
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Albert Duncanson
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Joe Sakic
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Jane Bell
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From Toronto, Bell competed for Canada in the 1928 Summer Olympics in...
Frank Sullivan (ice hockey, born 1898)
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Thomas Pollock
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Derek Porter
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Frank Amyot
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Al MacInnis
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John Wallace (rower)
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Jasey-Jay Anderson
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Night Hawk
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Barbara Wagner
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Carolyn Waldo
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Cassie Campbell
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Jamie Korab
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Hubert Brooks
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