Beijing 2022: Team Canada at the end of Day 14
BEIJING (February 18, 2022) – Day 14 at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games has come to a close. Here is what you need to know.
MEDAL COUNT AFTER DAY 14:
DAY 14 RESULTS AND DAY 15 SCHEDULE:
TEAM CANADA INSIGHTS:
- Team Canada’s bronze in men’s curling is Canada’s sixth Olympic medal in the event.
- 16 years later after they won gold at Turin 2006, Brad Gushue and Mark Nichols have become two out of four Canadians to win multiple Olympic medals in the sport.
- Cassie Sharpe and Rachael Karker secured Canada’s first ever double podium in women’s ski halfpipe with a silver and bronze, respectively. It is Canada’s second double podium of the Games, following the gold and bronze won by Max Parrot and Mark McMorris in men’s snowboard slopestyle.
- Sharpe is the first Canadian to win multiple Olympic medals in the event following her gold at PyeongChang 2018.
LONG TRACK SPEED SKATING
- With a silver in the men’s 1000m, Laurent Dubreuil joins three other Canadians who won Olympic medals in this event – William Logan (Silver – Lake Placid 1932), Gaétan Boucher (Gold – Sarajevo 1984, Silver – Lake Placid 1980) and Denny Morrison (Silver – Sochi 2014)
Currently none of the 387 members of the Team Canada delegation in Beijing are in COVID-19 isolation.
Beijing 2022 Press Operations Lead
Communications Lead & Press Secretary