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BEIJING (February 15, 2022) – Day 11 at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games has come to a close. Here is what you need to know.

MEDAL COUNT AFTER DAY 11:

GOLD: 2
SILVER: 4
BRONZE: 11
TOTAL: 17

DAY 11 RESULTS AND DAY 12 SCHEDULE: 

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TEAM CANADA INSIGHTS:

BIATHLON

  • The men’s 4×7.5km relay team of Adam Runnalls, Christian Gow, Scott Gow and Jules Burnotte placed 6th which is a best-ever Olympic result for Canada in the event. The previous record was 7th at Sochi 2014.

FREESTYLE SKIING

  • Max Moffatt qualified for the men’s freeski slopestyle finals which have been rescheduled for Day 12 due to weather.
  • Freestyle Canada and Olivia Asselin made the decision to withdraw from the women’s freeski slopestyle final following her first run. Though disappointed, she has since returned to the Olympic Village and is doing well.

SNOWBOARD

  • With a bronze, Max Parrot won Canada’s second medal in the men’s Olympic snowboard big air event. The event made its Olympic debut at PyeongChang 2018. 
  • Parrot is the third Canadian snowboard athlete to win two medals at Beijing 2022 (Eliot Grondin, Meryeta O’Dine).
  • Jasmine Baird and Laurie Blouin set Canadian best-ever results in women’s big air by placing 7th and 8th respectively – Canada’s previous best-ever result was 9th by Spencer O’Brien at PyeongChang 2018.

SPEED SKATING

  • Canada has won its first-ever Olympic gold medal in the women’s long track speed skating team pursuit event. It is Canada’s second all-time Olympic medal in the event (Silver – Turin 2006).
  • Isabelle Weidemann is Team Canada’s first athlete to win three Olympic medals at Beijing 2022. She is the second-ever Canadian to win gold, silver and bronze medals at an Olympic Winter Games. (Klassen – Turin 2006).
  • Valérie Maltais has become just the third athlete in the world to ever win Olympic medals in short track and long track speed skating. She joins Eric Flaim USA (long track 1988, short track 1994) and Jorien ter Mors NED (long track 2014 + 2018, short track 2018).

COVID-19 UPDATE:

Currently none of the 436 members of the Team Canada delegation in Beijing are in COVID-19 isolation.

GENERAL RESOURCES:

TEAM CANADA FLASH QUOTES
TEAM CANADA ATHLETE BIOS
BEIJING 2022 TEAM CANADA MEDIA CONTACTS
TEAM CANADA OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES STATS GUIDE

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MEDIA CONTACTS:

Josh Su
Beijing 2022 Press Operations Lead
Team Canada
C: +852-6726-3967
E: jsu@olympic.ca

Thomas Hall
Communications Lead & Press Secretary
Team Canada
C: +852-6726-3962
E: thall@olympic.ca