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TORONTO (July 27, 2022) – Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) would like to congratulate the 268 athletes and their coaches named to Team Canada for the 2022 Commonwealth Games taking place in Birmingham, England from July 28 to August 8, 2022. CSIO would like to recognize the 84 Ontario athletes, numerous Ontario coaches, and countless Ontario-based support staff representing Canada at the Games. Ontario athletes comprise 32% of Team Canada, the most of any province or territory!

Among the Canadian athletes competing at the Games, 70 members of the Team have received support from CSIO during their athletic career on the high performance development pathway. CSIO works or has worked with these athletes and their coaches to optimize their performance and enhance their ability to succeed on the international stage. This includes the delivery of best-in-class sport science services such as strength and conditioning, sport nutrition, mental performance, biomechanics and performance analysis, physiology, sport medicine and athletic therapy, and access to state-of-the-art training facilities.

CSIO would also like to congratulate then 30 athletes on Team Canada who have been a part of CSIO’s Ontario High Performance Sport Initiative (OHPSI) program. OHPSI is a program designed by CSIO and funded by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Sport, to provide sport science and sport medicine services to provincial athletes who are best capable of achieving future international success on senior national teams in targeted winter and summer sports. The OHPSI investment also contributes to funding support for athlete participation in competition and training, coach / technical leadership support and professional development, and enhancing a sports’ daily training environments.

CSIO’s purpose is Elevating People & Performances and these Ontario and CSIO affiliated athletes are a testament to the best-in-class program and service delivery that CSIO provides in the pursuit of #BuildingChampions.

In May 2022, CSIO had the honour of hosting The Queen’s Baton Relay on one of only a few Canadian stops, as it made its journey to all 72 Commonwealth Nations and Territories ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. The Queen’s Baton was welcomed by a group of high performance athletes training at CSIO including national team athletes from athletics, para athletics, and wheelchair basketball, and was emceed by Team Canada 2022 co-Chefs de Missions, Claire Carver-Dias and Sam Effah.

CSIO wishes all of the athletes, coaches, and support staff representing Canada the best of luck at the Commonwealth Games! We will be cheering for you – Go Canada Go!


“CSIO would like to congratulate the Ontario and CSIO Affiliated Athletes who were named to Team Canada for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. It was wonderful having The Queen’s Baton visit CSIO in the lead up to the Games – inspiring the athletes in the final stage of preparation for the Games. CSIO would also like to recognize the outstanding work of our five staff who will be on the ground providing sport science and sport medicine support to Team Canada’s athletes, as well as those members of our staff providing support remotely. We are excited to watch and cheer on Team Canada as they compete at the Games!”

Debbie Low

CEO, Canadian Sport Institute Ontario


268 – Team Canada Athletes

84 – Ontario Athletes

70 – CSIO Affiliated Athletes

30 – OHPSI Athletes (Current or Former)

A Complete List of Ontario Athletes & A Complete List of CSIO Affiliated Athletes Representing Canada at the 2022 Commonwealth Games Enclosed.

About Canadian Sport Institute Ontario Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is a non-profit organization committed to

the pursuit of excellence by providing best-in-class programs, services, and leadership to high performance athletes, coaches, and National and Provincial Sport Organizations to enhance their ability to achieve international podium performances. Our team of expert staff deliver sport science, sport medicine, life services, and coaching and technical leadership support to help Canada win medals and strengthen the sport system in Ontario and Canada. CSIO is part of the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network, working in partnership with the Canadian Olympic Committee, Canadian Paralympic Committee, Own the Podium, and the Coaching Association of Canada. CSIO is further supported by funding partners such as the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Sport and Sport Canada.

Ontario Athletes – 2022 Commonwealth Games

First Name Last Name Hometown Sport
Kyra Constantine Brampton, ON Athletics
Brittany Crew Toronto, ON Athletics
Lauren Gale Ottawa, ON Athletics
Madeleine Kelly Pembroke, ON Athletics
Nataasha McDonald Brampton, ON Athletics
Malik Metivier Toronto, ON Athletics
Sarah Mitton North York, ON Athletics
Noelle Montcalm Windsor, ON Athletics
Alysha Newman Delaware, ON Athletics
Brendon Rodney Etobicoke, ON Athletics
Nandini Sharma Brampton, ON Athletics
Zoe Sherar Toronto, ON Athletics
Julie-Anne Staehli Lucknow, ON Athletics
Lucia Stafford Toronto, ON Athletics
Jillian Weir Kingston, ON Athletics
Adam Dong Markham, ON Badminton
Rachel Honderich Toronto, ON Badminton
Michelle Li Markham, ON Badminton
Nyl Yakura Scarborough, ON Badminton
Brian Yang Richmond Hill, ON Badminton
Bik Gill Toronto, ON Basketball
Alex Johnson Toronto, ON Basketball
Daniel Dearing Toronto, ON Beach Volleyball
Melissa Humana-Paredes Toronto, ON Beach Volleyball
Sarah Pavan Kitchener, ON Beach Volleyball
Samuel Schachter Richmond Hill, ON Beach Volleyball
Michael Foley Milton, ON Cycling
Derek Gee Ottawa, ON Cycling
Tyler Rorke Baden, ON Cycling
Nick Wammes Bothwell, ON Cycling
Jordyn Faiczak Waterloo, ON Field Hockey
Rowan Harris Ottawa, Ont. Field Hockey
Brienne Stairs Kitchener, ON Field Hockey
Madison Thompson Ridgeway, ON Field Hockey
Amanda Woodcroft Waterloo, ON Field Hockey
Chris Kaji Oakville, ON Gymnastics
Carmel Kallemaa Barrie, ON Gymnastics
Jenna Lalonde Ottawa, ON Gymnastics
Cassie Lee Toronto, ON Gymnastics
Jayson Rampersad Oakville, ON Gymnastics
Emma Spence Cambridge, ON Gymnastics
Kyle Reyes Brampton, ON Judo
Keagan Young Markham, ON Judo
Ryan Bester Hanover, ON Lawn Bowling

John Bezear Kitchener, ON Lawn Bowling
Kelly McKerihen Toronto, ON Lawn Bowling
Josh Cassidy Port Elgin, ON Para Athletics
Zachary Gingras Markham, ON Para Athletics
D’Shawn Bowen Toronto, ON Rugby
Emma Chown Barrie, ON Rugby
Olivia De Couvreur Ottawa, ON Rugby
Renee Gonzalez Toronto, ON Rugby
Elias Hancock Ottawa, ON Rugby
Josiah Morra Toronto, ON Rugby
Breanne Nicholas Blenheim, ON Rugby
Brock Webster Uxbridge, ON Rugby
Hollie Naughton Oakville, ON Squash
Nick Sachvie St. Catherines, ON Squash
Javier Acevedo Toronto, ON Swimming
Katrina Bellio Mississauga, ON Swimming
Tessa Cieplucha Georgetown, ON Swimming
Alexander Elliot Kitchener, ON Swimming
Collyn Gagne Oakville, ON Swimming
Ruslan Gaziev Toronto, ON Swimming
Ella Jansen Burlington, ON Swimming
Joshua Liendo Markham, ON Swimming
Maggie Mac Neil London, ON Swimming
Summer McIntosh Toronto, ON Swimming
Hongtao Chen Toronto, Ont. Table Tennis
Ching Nam (Gina) Fu Toronto, ON Table Tennis
Jeremy Hazin Richmond Hill, ON Table Tennis
Muhammed Mudassar Toronto, ON Table Tennis
Asad Hussain Syed Brampton, ON Table Tennis
Zhen (Eugene) Wang Aurora, ON Table Tennis
Dominika Jamnicky Guelph, ON Triathlon
Jessica Tuomela Sault Ste. Marie, ON Triathlon
Maya Laylor Toronto, ON Weightlifting
Boady Santavy Sarnia, ON Weightlifting
Tamara Steeves Mississauga, ON Wheelchair Basketball
Patrik Leder Mississauga, ON Wrestling
Lachlan McNeil North York, ON Wrestling
Linda Morais Tacumseh, ON Wrestling
Madison Parks Komoka, ON Wrestling
Hannah Taylor St. Catherines, ON Wrestling


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Laura Albright, Senior Advisor, Communications & Marketing

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario

Tel: 647.395.7536