The Northwest Territories and Prince Edward Island have won medals at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer.Both medals came in the sport of judo.
The Northwest Territories medal came from Wilson Elliott of Yellowknife in the male 81 kilogram division on Wednesday, and Prince Edward Island’s medal came from Mikey Perry in the male 50 kilogram division on Tuesday. It was the first medal for the Northwest Territories and Prince Edward Island at the Canada Winter Games. The 14 gold medalists in judo at the 2019 Canada Winter Games were Evelyn Beaton of Lethbridge, Alberta (female 44 kilograms), Simon Paquet of Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec (male 55 kilograms), Brae Booth of Creston, British Columbia (female 70 kilograms), Victor Gougeon-Gaze of Montreal, Quebec (male 73 kilograms), Sarah Maloum of Laval, Quebec (female 52 kilograms), Alexandre Arencibia of Montreal, Quebec (male 81 kilograms), Joel Demaere of Lethbridge, Alberta (male 60 kilogram), Ian Ryder of Steveston, British Columbia (male 81+ kilograms), Erik Vandersanden of Oshawa, Ontario (male 66 kilograms), Isabelle Harris of Abbotsford, British Columbia (female 63 kilograms), Felix Olivier-Bertrand of Gatineau, Quebec (male 50 kilograms), Ema Tesanovic of Calgary, Alberta (female 48 kilograms), Coralie Godbout of St-Charles, Quebec (female +70 kilograms) and Kiera Westlake of Lethbridge, Alberta (female 57 kilograms).
In alpine skiing, the nine gold medalists to date are Arianne Forget of Prevost, Quebec (female giant slalom and female super giant slalom), Hanna Chilson of Hardisty, Alberta (female para slalom), Alexis Barabe of Blainville, Quebec (male super giant slalom), Marie-Pier Brunet of Bromont, Quebec (female slalom), Tess Besant of Calgary, Alberta (female para giant slalom), Ethan Gillese of Edmonton, Alberta (male para slalom), Mathis Lafond of Bois-des-Filion, Quebec (male giant slalom), and Spencer Allen of Airdrie, Alberta (male para giant slalom). and Heming Sola of Summerland, British Columbia (male slalom). In badminton, the gold medalists were Kevin Lee of Calgary, Alberta (male singles), Wendy Zhang of Richmond, British Columbia (female singles), Zhang and Kylie Cheng of Vancouver, British Columbia (female doubles), Lee and Austin Bauer of Calgary, Alberta (male doubles) and Bauer and Kylie O’Donoghue of Calgary, Alberta (mixed doubles).
In cross-country skiing, the seven gold medalists to date are Lyne Marie Bilodeau of Orford, Quebec (female para nordic sitting sprint and 2.5 kilometre para nordic sitting), Remi Drolet of Trail, British Columbia (male 10 kilometre freestyle), Laura Leclair of Chelsea, Quebec (female 7.5 kilometre freestyle), Andy Lin of Burnaby, British Columbia (male 5 kilometre para nordic standing), Cindy Morin of Levis, Quebec (female 2.5 kilometre para nordic standing and 5 kilometre para nordic standing), Shaylynn Loewen of Parry Sound, Ontario (female sprint freestyle), Graham Ritchie of Parry Sound, Ontario (male sprint freestyle), Ethan Hess of Pemberton, British Columbia (male para nordic sitting sprint and male 2.5 km para nordic sitting), and Jesse Bachinsky of Winnipeg, Manitoba (male 2.5 kilometre para Nordic standing). In snowboarding, the gold medalists to date are Erika Gaujacq of Saint-Constant, Quebec (female parallel giant slalom), Arnaud Gaudet of Montcalm, Quebec (male parallel giant slalom), Anne Gagne of Lac-Etchemin, Quebec (female snowboardcross) and Anthony Gervais-Marcoux of Scott et St-Apolinaire, Quebec (male snowboardcross). Finally in trampoline, Kalena Soehn of Red Deer, won the gold medal in female trampoline in her hometown, and Remi Aubin of Laval, Quebec won the gold medal in male trampoline.