Tag: Olympics

Two women wearing red and white uniforms rigorously rowing on calm water with tall grass in the background.

Shannon Kennedy talks rowing, Olympics, and not making sourdough

Shannon worked in Sports Medicine, and took shifts on an orthopaedic trauma floor before deciding to come to Arbutus Physio. We are very grateful that Shannon met up with us to talk shop. Shannon told us about rowing, training for the Olympics, and not making sourdough if you don’t want to. You’re still quite new

Gillian Carleton smiles on the corner of Yates and Blanshard by Habit Coffee.

Catching up with Olympian, biochemist, and nerd, Gillian Carleton

We caught up to Gillian Carleton this fall to talk about sports, training, recovering from injury, and the life of an academic. Carleton won bronze in the 2012 Olympics in London as a track cyclist in the women’s team pursuit. She also took first place in the Omnium, Pan American Track Championships, in 2014. Since

Kelsey Serwa carves up the mountain side during practice in Whistler - ski cross

Making it to an Olympic podium after surgery

Meet Kelsey Serwa, who won silver at the Sochi Olympics in ski cross despite having torn her ACL…