• Countless Canadian Titles for Age Categories since 2000 – present
  • Example in  2005 she had four Canadian titles

Badminton
Sonny Lee

Baseball
Joey Young PR
  • Highest pick of a Canadian player by the Toronto Blue Jays. 1993 3rd round 93rd overall.
  • Played in minor leagues


Chris Marchand
  • Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers 48th round 1998

Basketball
Harbir Bains N Pr
  • Canada’s National Senior Men’s B team
  • Professional player France

Sam Salter Pr
  • One of top players in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference history
  • Currently playing for London Leopards in Europe

Janet Hatfield Pr
  • Professional basketball in Germany after CIS career at U of Victoria

Team Xerox

Boxing
Wayne Bourque * Nat
  • Three-time Canadian Champion amateur
  • Three-time North American Native Champion amateur
  • Five-time Alberta Golden Glove Champion
  • Five-time Provincial Champion

Edgar Davis Jr. * Nat
  • Three-time Alberta Golden Glove Champion
  • Three-time Provincial Champion
  • Medalist at Canada Summer Games
  • Professional Fighter

Ken Hicks *

Danny Lindstrom (Stonewalker) * Pan Pro Nat
  • Three-time Canadian Champion amateur
  • Three-time North American Native Champion amateur
  • Three-time Alberta Golden Glove Champion
  • Three-time Provincial Champion
  • Ranked No. 8 Lighthheavyweight Amateur in the World
  • Represented Canada at the Pan-Am Games
  • Selected to represent Canada at the Olympic Games
  • Voted one of the Canadian Fighters of the decade 1980 and again for the decade 1990
  • Only man to hold Canadian light heavyweight and heavyweight professional titles
  • Fought Michael Moore for World Title

Garth Snider * Pan Pro

Broomball
Randy Reid *
  • National competitor for many years even though Fort McMurray has no program

Bowling
Kari Anderson *

Cross Country Skiing
Graeme Killick Nat

Curling
Randy Olson and Sinclair & Lee Rink (Rhonda Sinclair, Jody Lee, Diane Lee, Lori Olson and Kary Anne Kjelshus)
  • 1992 provincial junior womens champions
  • 1995 provincial junior womens champions and 1993-94 and 1995-96 Northern Alberta Champions

Laurie Olson Jons

Cycling
Mical Dyck
  • Third in World Fitness Championship
  • Won 2006 Canadian Championship
  • Won 2005 Foster Farms California Classic
  • Member of 2004 World Cup Team Canada
  • Attended Illinois State University
  • Highest overall finish by a Canadian on 2005 Canadian Pro Tour
  • Nationally carded competitor
  • List of honours
  • Canadian national team member
  • Nationally ranked motocross
  • Nationally ranked snowmobile
  • Several World titles Jet Ski
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  • Al Hancock
  • Has climbed all of the worlds seven summits
  • Mount Denali (McKinley), Alaska – 2003
  • Mount Elbrus, Russia – 2005
  • Mount Aconcaqua, Argentina – 2006
  • Mount Everest, Nepal/Tibet – 2007
  • Mount Kosciuszko, Australia – 2007
  • Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa – 2008
  • Mount Vinson Massif, Antarctica – 2008
  • Was also provincial champion in body building

  • Canadian National Champion Pistol
Snowboarding
  • U of Denver NCAA soccer
  • Canada Summer Games member
  • Carded with national team program
Liam DeSilva Pro
  • Professional Vancouver Whitecaps
  • Semi-professional soccer Calgary Storm. Calgary FC, Edmonton Aviators
  • CIS All Star U of Alberta
  • Several provincial and national standards for many years
  • Mark Versfeld is a former backstroke swimmer from Fort McMurray, Alberta who competed for his native country from 1995 to 2001.
  • 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney Australia he finished in 25th position in the men’s 100 metre backstroke.
  • 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia he won gold in the 200 metre backstroke.
  • 1998 Aquatic World Championships in Perth, Australia he won a silver in the 100 backstroke and bronze in the 200m backstroke, breaking a Commonwealth Record in the process.
  • He was named Canadian Male Aquatic Athlete of the Year in 1998.
  • He grew up and learned to swim at the 25-metre Centennial Pool in Fort McMurray. His mother Hella swam the relay for the Netherlands at the 1968 Olympics and now competes at major triathlon competitions.
  • 2005-2006 Brother Martinus 1st Division Netherlands
  • 2004-2005 MSG Belgium2002-2004 AAAlunos Portugal
  • Summer of 2004, Jakarta Phinisi, Indonesian Division 1
  • 2001-2002 FT 1844 Germany
  • 1999-2001 University of Calgary Canada, 3 rd and 5 th Place Nationally
  • 1996-1999 Red Deer College, Ranked 1 st in Country for 3 years total
Fiona Waters *
  • Florida NCAA
  • U of Alberta CIS Championships
  • CIS MVP