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Canada at the 2011 Winter Universiade

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Canada at the 2011 Winter Universiade
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Canada competed at the 2011 Winter Universiade in Erzurum, Turkey. Canada sent a team of 102 athletes and 39 officials.

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Alpine skiing

Canada sent 5 male and 6 female athletes for a total of 11.

Men
  • Christopher Barber
  • Philippe Crête-Belzile
  • Olivier Lacaille
  • Braden Long
  • Simon Mannella
  • Women
  • Maëlle Bergeron
  • Kendall Brown
  • Catherine Morel
  • Rebecca Nadler
  • Nicole Poleschuk
  • Marie-France Tessier
  • Biathlon

    Canada's team consisted of 8 athletes.

    Men
  • Jonathan Forward
  • Alex Frost
  • Jaime Robb
  • Jon Skinstad
  • Women
  • Lauren Brookes
  • Elizabeth Mawdsley
  • Carly Shiell
  • Kathryn Stone
  • Cross-country skiing

    Canada's team consisted of 10 athletes.

    Men
  • Colin Abbott
  • Benjamin Hebert
  • Jesse Heckrodt
  • Anthony Killick
  • Vincent Ruel
  • Women
  • Adele Lay
  • Alexia Pichard-Jolicouer
  • Zoe Roy
  • Mary Thompson
  • Maja Zimmermann
  • Curling

    Canada sent a men's and women's team.

    Men

    Skip: Jonathan Beuk
    Third: Andrew Inouye
    Second: Chadd Vandermade
    Lead: Scott Chadwick
    Alternate: Andrew Minty

    Standings

    Women

    Skip: Brooklyn Lemon
    Third: Chelsey Peterson
    Second: Ashley Green
    Lead: Nicole Lang
    Alternate: Sarah Watamanuk

    Ice hockey

    Canada sent a men's and women's team.

    Roster

    Goalies

  • Anthony Grieco
  • Jim Watt
  • Defense

  • Scott Aarssen
  • Marc-André Dorion
  • Dominic Jalbert
  • Geoff Killing
  • Tim Priamo
  • Jordan Smith
  • Kyle Sonnenburg
  • Forwards

  • Kevin Baker
  • Matt Caria
  • Francis Charland
  • Yashar Farmanara
  • Thomas Kiriakou
  • Maxime Langelier-Parent
  • Brandon MacLean
  • Chris Ray
  • Jean-Michel Rizk
  • Matthieu Methot
  • Keaton Turkiewicz
  • Ryan Berard
  • Evan Vossen
  • Group A

    Six participating teams were placed in one group. After playing a round-robin, the top four teams in each group plus to the Semifinals. The fifth and sixth placed teams played a playoff for fifth place.

    Schedule

    Semifinals
    Finals

    The Women's team was the defending champion.

    Goalies

  • Beth Clause
  • Liz Knox
  • Defense

  • Jenna Downey
  • Suzanne Fenerty
  • Carly Hill
  • Caitlin MacDonald
  • Alicia Martin
  • Jacalyn Sollis
  • Kelsey Webster
  • Forwards

  • Ann-Sophie Bettez
  • Vanessa Davidson
  • Kim Deschênes
  • Breanne George
  • Alicia Martin
  • Jacalyn Sollis
  • Jocelyn Leblanc
  • Andrea Ironside
  • Addie Miles
  • Mariève Provost
  • Ellie Seedhouse
  • Candice Styles
  • Courtney Unruh
  • Jessica Zerafa
  • Short track speed skating

    Canada sent 5 male and 5 female atheltes for a total of 10.

    Men
  • Gabriel Chiasson-Poirier
  • Vincent Cournoyer
  • Allyn Gagnon
  • Pier-Olivier Gagnon
  • Liam McFarlane
  • Women
  • Sabrina Bourgela
  • Andréa Do-Duc
  • Valérie Lambert
  • Kristy Shoebridge
  • Gabrielle Waddell
  • Snowboarding

    Canada sent 7 male and 2 female atheltes for a total of 9.

    Men
  • Antoine Laurin-Lalonde
  • Dylan Riley
  • Frédéric Laurin-Lalonde
  • Mackenzie Carter
  • Pierce Smith
  • Rob Ritchie
  • Taylor Ronsky
  • Women
  • Annfred Grenier
  • Justine Côté
  • References

    Canada at the 2011 Winter Universiade Wikipedia


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