Alex Bilodeau is in the record books already after he became the first Canadian to win a Gold Medal during a Canadian-hosted Olympics in 2010. Today he is rewriting the record books at the 2014 Winter Olympics, he became the first in Olympic history to defend his gold medal at the Men’s Freestyle moguls event. With an impressive run in Sochi Alex Bilodeau repeats in spectacular fashion. Along side Alex Bilodeau was Canadian Mikael Kingsbury who finishes second place with the Silver Medal. Another Canadian finished 4th place just shy of sweeping the podium but none the less a great showing on the Olympic stage by Marc-Antoine Gagnon.
It is amazing to see Team Canada do so well at the Winter Olympics. With all all the support for our athletes in 2010 that continues to shine as Canada currently sits tied in first with 7 Medals! 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 1 Bronze.
Lets continue to support our Canadian athletes and cheer them on! If you are wondering when the Hockey starts you can view the complete 2014 Mens Olympic Hockey Schedule to find out when Team Canada plays!
On the weekend the whole world saw Canadian sisters Justine and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe win Gold and Silver Freestyle Skiing Ladies’ Moguls. Canada completely dominated the event and providing a strong showing at the Sochi Winter Olympics!