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Feed the Dream
Feed the Dream

The Les Marchés Tradition banner is proud to help feed the dream of our Olympic and Paralympic athletes. As an Official Supporter of the Canadian Olympic team, we wish them all the best of luck at the Beijing Games—and performances that satisfy their hunger for Olympic and Paralympic achievement.

Athletes with ice in their veins!

Whether they’re speeding down snow-covered slopes or flying across the ice, these Canadian athletes will keep us on the edge of our seats with thrilling performances during their Olympic and Paralympic journeys. We want them to savour every moment.

Mikaël Kingsbury

Mikaël Kingsbury was born in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts and started freestyle skiing at the age of 8. He got his first taste of gold in moguls at age 18 in Beida Lake, China. He was named World Champion for the first time in 2013, going on to win the title 6 more times since then. Today he holds a World Cup record for the most podium finishes at 100 and counting. As Mikaël gears up for his 3rd Olympic showing, he has his sights set on a 3rd medal.

Mélodie Daoust

Valleyfield native Mélodie Daoust started her hockey career at age 5, playing on boys teams until she turned 16. She then had a successful run as a member of the McGill University team, winning multiple provincial championships and individual awards. After winning gold in 2014 as the youngest player on the Canadian team, she earned a silver medal at the 2018 Games, where she was named tournament MVP.

Laurent Dubreuil

Lévis native Laurent Dubreuil laced up his first pair of skates at the age of 4. Laurent first broke onto the international long track speed skating circuit in 2014–2015, when he took bronze in the 500m event at the World Single Distances Championships, won his first World Cup medals, and finished 2nd in the World Cup standings. Beijing 2022 will be his second Olympic Games.

Laurent Dubreuil

Lévis native Laurent Dubreuil laced up his first pair of skates at the age of 4. Laurent first broke onto the international long track speed skating circuit in 2014–2015, when he took bronze in the 500m event at the World Single Distances Championships, won his first World Cup medals, and finished 2nd in the World Cup standings. Beijing 2022 will be his second Olympic Games.

Max Parrot

Max Parrot fell in love with snowboarding back in his hometown of Bromont, where he first strapped on a snowboard at age 10. He logged his first podium finish at age 16 at Saint-Sauveur. Max took part in the World Snowboard Tour in 2011, climbing the podium multiple times before being named Big Air Overall Champion in 2014. He also picked up 13 medals at the X Games. This will be his 3rd time at the Games and a chance to add some more Olympic hardware to his silver medal.

Max Parrot

Max Parrot fell in love with snowboarding back in his hometown of Bromont, where he first strapped on a snowboard at age 10. He logged his first podium finish at age 16 at Saint-Sauveur. Max took part in the World Snowboard Tour in 2011, climbing the podium multiple times before being named Big Air Overall Champion in 2014. He also picked up 13 medals at the X Games. This will be his 3rd time at the Games and a chance to add some more Olympic hardware to his silver medal.

Frédérique Turgeon

As a child, Frédérique lived and breathed skiing. She’d hit the slopes every chance she got—after school, on weekends, holidays—skiing from morning to night. After years of skiing with a prosthetic, Frédérique made the switch to three-tracking. In 2018–2019 she had a breakout season, with 3 medals at the World Para-Alpine Ski Championships.

The true spirit of sport

The Olympic and Paralympic Games are renowned as the world’s greatest celebration of sport. As Official Supporters of Team Canada, we’re proud to feed the dreams of our athletes at the Beijing 2022 Games. The entire Les Marchés Tradition team will be rooting for Team Canada!

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