2018 PyeongChang

Watch this page for Team Canada announcements and for athletes with ties to Saskatchewan currently competing to qualify for the 2018 PYEONGCHANG Winter Olympic & Paralympic Games

Start planning now. Here's the official #TeamCanada
PyeongChang 2018 Competition Schedule

PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games

February 9-25, 2018

In 2018, the Republic of Korea will host the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. This will be the second time that the country commonly known as South Korea will welcome the world’s greatest athletes, having previously hosted the Games of the XXIV Olympiad in Seoul in 1988. Only one other Asian country has ever hosted the Olympic Winter Games, with Japan given the honour in 1972 (Sapporo) and 1998 (Nagano).


Emily Clark - Women's Hockey

Linden Vey - Men's Hockey

Ben Coakwell - Men's Bobsleigh

Mark McMorris - Men's Snowboard

Kali Christ - Speed Skating

Marsha Hudey - Speed Skating

William Dutton - Speed Skating

Evan Neufeldt - Skeleton

Ben Hebert - Men's Curling (Team Koe) * Qualified





    PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games

    March 9-18, 2018

    These games are expected to attract up to 670 athletes competing in 80 medal events. Five sports are on the Paralympic Winter Games program: wheelchair curling, Para ice hockey (formerly known as sledge hockey), Para alpine skiing, Para snowboard and Para Nordic, which includes cross country and biathlon events.


    Kurt Oatway - Alpine Ski

    Brittany Hudak - Cross Country Ski

    Marie Wright - Wheelchair Curling * Qualified

    Curtis Minard - Snowboard

    Wayne Kiel - Wheelchair Curling





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    For more information contact: Della Ruopp, Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan, Communications (306) 780-9375

    Disclaimer: The information included on this page was compiled using a number of sources and is not necessarily inclusive, and is subject to change as qualifying competitions are completed.


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