Tracy Wilson was a National Champion in Ice Dancing with partner Rob McCall. They won seven national championships from 1982 to 1988, and won the bronze medal on their at the 1988 Calgary Olympics.
Ruth Wilson (d. 1982) was considered BC’s best all-around female athlete throughout the 1940s and 50s. She is best known for her hard work as an athlete and advocate of women’s Basketball.
Elaine Tanner, known as “Mighty Mouse” captured four gold medals in Swimming at the 1966 Commonwealth Games. She was named Canada’s Best Female and Best Overall Athlete in 1966.
Alison Sydor and was a three-time consecutive World Champion (1994 to 1996), a three-time overall World Cup Mountain Bike Champion (1996, 1998 and 1999) and a silver medalist in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
Violet Pooley Sweeny was a true golf pioneer, winning multiple golf championships throughout the Pacific Northwest during the early 1900s and travelling overseas to compete in the British Ladies Open. Violet also founded the Canadian Ladies Golf Union, and the BC chapter of the union of which she was president of for 13 years.
Donalda Smith worked as a coach, judge and official for Synchronized Swimming for over 33 years. She was instrumental in promoting the inclusion of the sport in the 1984 Olympics.
Bev Smith has contributed to women’s Basketball, both as an athlete and as a coach. She competed at the 1984 and 1996 Summer Olympics and is arguably the finest female basketball player Canada has ever produced.
Claire Sharpe won six Commonwealth Games medals in Badminton and was the first Canadian female athlete to compete in five Commonwealth Games.
Erminia Russo has been a strong competitor for Team Canada in two World Championships, three World Cups and two Pan American Games. Russo competing in beach Volleyball at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
Diane Nelson is a pioneer and former owner of the Vancouver Griffins female hockey team, attracting some of the finest women’s hockey talent in the world to BC.