More medals for Canada

As of press time Monday, Canada had earned nine medals. In addition to Bilodeau, Heil and Groves, the following athletes have medaled at the Games:

As of press time Monday, Canada had earned nine medals. In addition to Bilodeau, Heil and Groves, the following athletes have medaled at the Games:

Mike Robertson (silver) men’s snowboard cross

Marianne St.-Gelais (silver) ladies’ short track speed skating 500m

Kristina Groves (silver) ladies’ speed skating 1500m

Maelle Ricker (gold) ladies’ snowboard cross

Jon Montgomery (gold) men’s skeleton

Christine Nesbitt (gold) ladies’ speed skating 1000m

Canada has more medal hopes for coming events. Congratulations to all our Canadian athletes!

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