Speakers / Types: Olympians

What does it take to be among the best in the world? Our Olympians share their highs and lows when it comes to undertaking the quest for gold.

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Adam van Koeverden

World and Olympic Champion Kayaker | Sports Analyst, CBC TV

World Champion kayaker Adam van Koeverden first captured the world’s attention at the 2004 Olympic Games, where he was a double medallist with gold and bronze victories. Since then, he dominated the sport, taking silver at both the 2008 and 2012 Ol...

Adam van Koeverden

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir

The Most Decorated Figure Skaters in Olympic History

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir not only danced their way to two gold medals at the 2018 Winter Games in PeongChang, South Korea—they danced their way into the hearts of people around the world. The most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history, the...

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir

Dr. Greg Wells

CTV Sport Science Analyst and Human Physiologist

In high performance business situations, the human mind and body have to work together for ultimate results. Dr. Greg Wells is a health and high performance expert who draws the parallels between elite athletes and top executives to help business lea...

Greg Wells

Simon Whitfield

Olympic Triathlon Champion | Canadian Olympic Flag Bearer

Simon Whitfield’s easy smile and exuberance has endeared him to Canadians across the country. After winning a gold medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Australia, Simon used his relentless drive to deliver another memorable performance and win a silv...

Hayley Wickenheiser

Canadian Women’s Hockey Team | Olympic Gold Medalist | Author

Hayley Wickenheiser is regarded as one of the best female hockey players in the world. Seven world championships, six Olympic appearances, five Olympic medals — she is a titan of sport and a leader both on and off the ice. In her 23 years as an Oly...

Hayley Wickenheiser

Brian Williams, O.C.

Host, CTV’s Olympic Prime Time

With more than 25 years of broadcast experience, Brian Williams is considered the “dean of Canadian sports commentators.” He has covered virtually every national and international professional-sports event, as well as major amateur tournaments. A...