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Here is your Team Canada for the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games

57 athletes will represent Canada in track and field and the marathon at this year's Summer Games

Photo by: Maxine Gravina

Athletics Canada announced the final team selections for the Tokyo Olympics today. In addition to the 10 athletes already named in the marathon and distance events (Trevor Hofbauer, Ben Preisner and Cam Levins in the men’s marathon, Dayna Pidhoresky, Malindi Elmore and Natasha Wodak in the women’s marathon, Evan Dunfee and Mathieu Bilodeau in the men’s 50K race walk and Moh Ahmed and Andrea Seccafien in the men’s and women’s 10,000m, 47 additional athletes were named. In alphabetical order, here is the complete list, including field events.

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Mohammed Ahmed
Photo: Claus Andersen/Athletics Canada
  1. Mohammed Ahmed (St. Catharines, Ont.) – Men’s 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres (previously nominated in the 10,000 metres)
  2. Bolade Ajomale (Richmond Hill, Ont.) – Men’s 4×100-metre relay
  3. Marco Arop (Edmonton, Alta.) – Men’s 800 metres
  4. Mathieu Bilodeau (Quebec City, Que.) – Men’s 50-kilometre race walk (previously nominated)
  5. Khamica Bingham (Brampton, Ont.) – Women’s 100 metres
  6. Melissa Bishop-Nriagu (Eganville, Ont.) – Women’s 800 metres
  7. Jerome Blake (Kelowna, B.C.) – Men’s 4×100-metre relay
  8. Bismark Boateng (Brampton, Ont.) – Men’s 100 metres and 4×100-metre relay
  9. Aaron Brown (Toronto, Ont.) – Men’s 200 metres and 4×100-metre relay
  10. Alicia Brown (Ottawa, Ont.) – Women’s 4×400-metre relay
  11. Lucas Bruchet (Vancouver, B.C.) – Men’s 5,000 metres
  12. Alycia Butterworth (Parksville, B.C.) – Women’s 3,000-metre steeplechase
  13. Lindsey Butterworth (North Vancouver, B.C.) – Women’s 800 metres
  14. Kyra Constantine (Brampton, Ont.) – Women’s 400 metres and 4×400-metre relay
  15. Brittany Crew (Toronto, Ont.) – Women’s shot put
  16. Gabriela DeBues-Stafford (Toronto, Ont.) – Women’s 1500 metres
  17. Andre De Grasse (Markham, Ont.) – Men’s 100 metres, 200 metres and 4×100-metre relay
  18. Evan Dunfee (Richmond, B.C.) – Men’s 50-kilometre race walk (previously nominated)
  19. Georgia Ellenwood (Langley, B.C.) – Women’s heptathlon
  20. Malindi Elmore (Kelowna, B.C.) – Women’s marathon (previously nominated)
  21. Crystal Emmanuel (Toronto, Ont.) – Women’s 100 metres and 200 metres
  22. Lauren Gale (Ottawa, Ont.) – Women’s 4×400-metre relay
  23. John Gay (Vancouver, B.C.) – Men’s 3,000-metre steeplechase
  24. Elizabeth Gleadle (Vancouver, B.C.) – Women’s javelin throw
  25. Natalia Hawthorn (North Vancouver, B.C.) – Women’s 1500 metres
  26. Trevor Hofbauer (Burnaby, B.C.) – Men’s marathon (previously nominated)
  27. Matthew Hughes (Toronto, Ont.) – Men’s 3,000-metre steeplechase
  28. Madeleine Kelly (Pembroke, Ont.) – Women’s 800 metres
  29. Justyn Knight (Toronto, Ont.) – Men’s 5,000 metres
  30. Geneviève Lalonde (Moncton, N.B.) – Women’s 3,000-metre steeplechase
  31. Pierce LePage (Whitby, Ont.) – Men’s decathlon
  32. Cameron Levins (Black Creek, B.C.) – Men’s marathon (previously nominated)
  33. Django Lovett (Toronto, Ont.) – Men’s high jump
  34. Michael Mason (Nanoose Bay, B.C.) – Men’s high jump
  35. Brandon McBride (Windsor, Ont.) – Men’s 800 metres
  36. Natassha McDonald (Brampton, Ont.) – Women’s 400 metres and 4×400-metre relay
  37. Sarah Mitton (Brooklyn, N.S.) – Women’s shot put
  38. Noelle Montcalm (Windsor, Ont.) – Women’s 400-metre hurdles and 4×400-metre relay
  39. Timothy Nedow (Brockville, Ont.) – Men’s shot put
  40. Christabel Nettey (Surrey, B.C.) – Women’s long jump
  41. Anicka Newell (Saskatoon, Sask.) – Women’s pole vault
  42. Alysha Newman (Delaware, Ont.) – Women’s pole vault
  43. Dayna Pidhoresky (Tecumseh, Ont.) – Women’s marathon (previously nominated)
  44. Ben Preisner (Milton, Ont.) – Men’s marathon (previously nominated)
  45. Madeline Price (Toronto, Ont.) – Women’s 4×400-metre relay
  46. Brendon Rodney (Etobicoke, Ont.) – Men’s 200 metres and 4×100-metre relay
  47. Camryn Rogers (Richmond, B.C.) – Women’s hammer throw
  48. Andrea Seccafien (Guelph, Ont.) – Women’s 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres (previously nominated in the 10,000 metres)
  49. Gavin Smellie (Brampton, Ont.) – Men’s 100 metres and 4×100-metre relay
  50. Julie-Anne Staehli (Lucknow, Ont.) – Women’s 5,000 metres
  51. Lucia Stafford (Toronto, Ont.) – Women’s 1,500 metres
  52. Kate Van Buskirk (Toronto, Ont.) – Women’s 5,000 metres
  53. Damian Warner (London, Ont.) – Men’s decathlon
  54. Sage Watson (Medicine Hat, Alta.) – Women’s 400-metre hurdles and 4×400-metre relay
  55. Jillian Weir (Kingston, Ont.) – Women’s hammer throw
  56. Natasha Wodak (North Vancouver, B.C.) – Women’s marathon (previously nominated)
  57. Regan Yee (South Hazelton, B.C.) – Women’s 3,000-metre steeplechase

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By event – women’s events

100m

Khamica Bingham

Crystal Emmanuel

200m

Crystal Emmanuel

400m

Kyra Constantine

Natassha McDonald

Crystal Emmanuel (right) at the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Trials in Montreal. Photo: Pierre Paradis/Athletics Canada

800m

Melissa Bishop-Nriagu

Lindsey Butterworth

Madeleine Kelly

Lindsey Butterworth (left) and Melissa Bishop-Nriagu at the 2021 Olympics and Paralympics Trials in Montreal. Photo: Bernard Brault/Athletics Canada

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1,500m

Gabriela DeBues-Stafford

Natalia Hawthorn

Lucia Stafford

Natalia Hawthorn. Photo: Brooks Running

5,000m

Andrea Seccafien

Julie-Anne Staehli

Kate Van Buskirk

Julie-Anne Staehli (left) and Mariah Kelly at the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Trials in Montreal. Photo: Bernard Brault/Athletics Canada

10,000m

Andrea Seccafien

400m hurdles

Noelle Montcalm

Sage Watson

Kate Van Buskirk and Andrea Seccafien training in Flagstaff in 2021. Photo: Jessica Scarlato

3,000m steeplechase

Alycia Butterworth

Gen Lalonde

Regan Yee

Regan Yee (left) and Alycia Butterworth at the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Trials, Montreal. Photo: Bernard Brault/Athletics Canada

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Heptathlon

Georgia Ellenwood

Marathon

Malindi Elmore

Dayna Pidhoresky

Natasha Wodak

May/June 2021 issue of Canadian Running Magazine, featuring Malindi Elmore

4x400m relay 

Alicia Brown

Kyra Constantine

Lauren Gale

Natassha McDonald

Noelle Montcalm

Madeline Price

Sage Watson

Alicia Brown at the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Trials in Montreal. Photo: Bernard Brault/Athletics Canada

By event – men’s events

100m

Bismark Boateng

Andre De Grasse

Gavin Smellie

200m

Aaron Brown

Andre De Grasse

Brendon Rodney

Brendon Rodney (left) and Aaron Brown at the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Trials in Montreal. Photo: Bernard Brault/Athletics Canada

800m

Marco Arop

Brandon McBride

5,000m

Moh Ahmed

Luc Bruchet

Justyn Knight

10,000m

Moh Ahmed

3,000m steeplechase

John Gay

Matt Hughes

John Gay at the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic Trials in Montreal. Photo: Bernard Brault/Athletics Canada

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Decathlon

Pierce LePage

Damian Warner

Marathon

Trevor Hofbauer

Cam Levins

Ben Preisner

Trevor Hofbauer winning 2019 Canadian Olympic Marathon Trials. Photo: Maxine Gravina

50K race walk

Mathieu Bilodeau

Evan Dunfee

4x100m relay

Bolade Ajomale

Jerome Blake

Bismark Boateng

Aaron Brown

Andre De Grasse

Brendon Rodney

Gavin Smellie

Thirty-one of the 57 athletes selected are already Olympians; for the other 26, this will be their first Olympics. In 11 events, Canada will be sending a full roster of three athletes. 

Track and field events are scheduled from July 30 to Aug. 8 (Day 10 to 19) at Tokyo Olympic Stadium. The marathon and race walk events will be held Aug. 6 to Aug. 8 (Days 17 to 19) at Sapporo Odori Park.

For more information on the athletes, visit athleticscanada.ca.

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