Canadian athletes featured in CBC Sports` Player’s Own Voice videos

We’ve partnered with CBC Sports to feature stories from Canadian athletes on Player's Own Voice, a platform that currently features over 20 prominent Canadian athletes who share their perspectives on topics such as beating the odds, breakthroughs, and their sources of inspiration. A series of vignettes, shown below, feature five of these athletes. Watch the videos to learn more about the lives of these extraordinary Canadians who are making strides in wrestling, basketball, volleyball, sprinting and hurdles.

CBC Sports Player's Own Voice- .CA- choose Canada, choose .CA

We’ve partnered with CBC Sports to feature stories from Canadian athletes on Players’ Own Voice, a platform that currently features over 20 prominent Canadian athletes who share their perspectives on topics such as beating the odds, breakthroughs, and their sources of inspiration.

A series of vignettes, shown below, feature five of these athletes. Watch the videos to learn more about the lives of these extraordinary Canadians who are making strides in wrestling, basketball, volleyball, sprinting and hurdles.

Jasmine Mian

Wrestling
JasmineMian.ca

"We all have the little voice in our head. The one that whispers you can be the best. You can represent your country."


Miah-Marie Langlois

Basketball

"I discovered it was the place where I could thrive, express myself, and keep balance."


Gavin Schmitt

Volleyball

"It was pure joy, a sense of relief. After 10 years of trying, tears started streaming down my face."


Andre De Grasse

Sprinting

"I just want to continue and compete to the best of my ability for my country, my family, my friends, and just leave it all out on the track. And if I do that I'll feel like I've represented my country to the best of my ability."


Sekou Kaba

Hurdles
SekouKaba.ca

"We're loved around the world. So to travel with the maple leaf on my shirt... I'll wear it with great pride."


Learn more about how Canadian athletes are choosing .CA for their personal brand and head to Player's Own Voice to read about stories from Canadian athletes.

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