Full list of 56 Quebec-born athletes competing at the 2022 Winter Olympics

Feb 3 2022, 6:47 pm

Canada is sending 215 athletes to compete at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, and 56 are from Quebec.

Among them are gold-medalist snowboarder S√©bastien Toutant and official flagbearer Marie-Philip Poulin, who both have the chance to be heroes on the world’s stage once again.

Suffice to say; la belle province will be getting plenty of shine at the games.

Canada will have plenty to prove as it looks to build on a performance at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, where the team won 29 medals, including 11 gold, to finish third in the overall medal table.

So, if you needed one more reason to watch the Olympics, here’s the list of 56 athletes Quebec is sending to Team Canada for this year’s Winter Games:

Alpine skiing

  • Marie-Mich√®le Gagnon (Lac-Etchemin, Quebec)
  • Laurence St-Germain (St. Ferr√©ol-les-Neiges, Quebec)


  • Jules Burnotte (Sherbrooke, Quebec)


  • Sam Giguere (Sherbrooke, Quebec)

Cross Country skiing

  • Olivia Bouffard Nesbitt (Morin Heights, Quebec)
  • Cendrine Browne (Saint-J√©r√īme, Quebec)
  • Antoine Cyr (Gatineau, Quebec)
  • Laura Leclair (Chelsea, Quebec)
  • Olivier L√©veill√© (Sherbrooke, Quebec)
  • Katherine Stewart-Jones (Chelsea, Quebec)

Figure skating

  • Laurence Fournier Beaudry (Greenfield Park, Quebec)
  • Vanessa James (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Zachary Lagha (St-Hubert, Quebec)
  • Marjorie Lajoie (Boucherville, Quebec)
  • Nikolaj Soerensen (Montreal, Quebec)

Freestyle skiing

  • Olivia Asselin (Lac-Beauport, Quebec)
  • Flavie Aumond (Lac-Beauport, Quebec)
  • Naomy Boudreau-Guertin (Boischatel, Quebec)
  • Chlo√© Dufour-Lapointe (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Justine Dufour-Lapointe (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Laurent Dumais (Quebec City, Quebec)
  • Miha Fontaine (Lac-Beauport, Quebec)
  • Lewis Irving (Quebec City, Quebec)
  • Mika√ęl Kingsbury (Deux-Montagnes, Quebec)
  • √Čmile Nadeau (Pr√©vost, Quebec)
  • Marion Th√©nault (Sherbrooke, Quebec)
  • √Čdouard Therriault (Lorraine, Quebec)

Men’s hockey

  • Mark Barberio (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Jason Demers (Dorval, Quebec)
  • David Desharnais (Laurier-Station, Quebec)
  • Devon Levi (Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec)
  • Maxim Noreau (Montreal, Quebec)

Women’s hockey

  • M√©lodie Daoust (Valleyfield, Quebec)
  • Ann-Ren√©e Desbiens (La Malbaie, Quebec)
  • Marie-Philip Poulin (Beauceville, Quebec)

Ski cross

  • Brittany Phelan (Mont-Tremblant, Quebec)


  • S√©bastien Beaulieu (St-Ferr√©ol-les-Neiges, Quebec)
  • Laurie Blouin (Quebec City, Quebec)
  • Arnaud Gaudet (Montcalm, Quebec)
  • Eliot Grondin (Sainte-Marie, Quebec)
  • Elizabeth Hosking (Longueuil, Quebec)
  • Jules Lefebvre (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Audrey McManiman (St-Ambroise-de-Kildare, Quebec)
  • Max Parrot (Bromont, Quebec)

Long track speed skating

  • Laurent Dubreuil (L√©vis, Quebec)
  • Antoine G√©linas-Beaulieu (Sherbrooke, Quebec)
  • Val√©rie Maltais (Saguenay, Quebec)

Short track speed skating

  • Dana√© Blais (Ch√Ęteauguay, Quebec)
  • Kim Boutin (Sherbrooke, Quebec)
  • Florence Brunelle (Trois-Rivi√®res, Quebec)
  • Alyson Charles (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Pascal Dion (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Steven Dubois (Terrebonne, Quebec)
  • Charles Hamelin (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Maxime Laoun (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Jordan Pierre-Gilles (Sherbrooke, Quebec)
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