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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:

GOLD: 4
SILVER: 7
BRONZE: 13
TOTAL: 24

DAY 14 RESULTS AND DAY 15 SCHEDULE: 

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TEAM CANADA INSIGHTS:

CURLING

  • 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. 

FREESTYLE SKIING

  • 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)

COVID-19 UPDATE:

Currently none of the 387 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