Here we are on day 5 heading into day 6, of the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang and Canada is sitting in the top 3 with 10 (total) medals. With 12 days to go we would like to keep the cheering for our Canadian athletes going loud and proud.
The Royal LePage Rocky Mountain Realty Office are cheering for Canada
If you have not had a chance to catch any of the events live here are a few good spots to go on the internet. CBC has live and reply feeds at https://olympics.cbc.ca/video/full-event-replays/. The Olympic Channel is jam packed with news, articles, photos and up to date results as well as live feeds and you can find that here: https://www.olympic.org/ There are also so many free and paid apps for you phone and tablet you can watch the games anywhere at any time.
In Canmore, we are proud to be the home of the most winter Olympians (20) per capita (RMOutlook), we personally know and love many of those who are competing this year.
Photo by Aryn Toombs
Here is a list of athletes that reside in Canmore includes biathletes Macx Davies, Rosanna Crawford, Julia Ransom, Emma Lunder, Sarah Beaudry, Nathan Smith, Brendan Green and Scott Gow; cross-country athletes Jesse Cockney, Russell Kennedy, Devon Kershaw, Emily Nishikawa, Dahria Beatty, Graeme Killick and Knute Johnsgaard. For the curling contingent, Canmore has claimed John Morris as a local athlete and, from the alpine team, Erik Read and Trevor Philp, who have close ties to the community as part-time residents.
Over the remaining days of the Games, if you hear their names shout out Loud and Proud for our Canmore Canadian Athletes.