The biographical information was provided by the Vancouver Organizing Committee (VANOC) for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games.
Hobbies: Softball, football, tennis, movies, reading and surfing the internet. (McGill Athletics, 14 Nov 2005)
Occupation: Coach, Athlete
Education: Human Movement Studies - McGill University: Canada
Language spoken: French, English
Club name: Montreal Stars: Montreal, QC, Canada
Coach: Marie-Claude Roy (CWHL.ca, 04 Nov 2009)
Position / Style: Goaltender (Canadian Hockey, 30 Jun 2005)
Handedness: Catches left (Canadian Hockey, 30 Jun 2005)
Other sports played: She was a member of the Quebec provincial softball team where she played shortstop. She also played football for 11 years and topped the scoring the College of General and Vocational Education [CEGEP] league in 1997 while playing for Andre Laurendeau College. (Canadian Hockey, 07 Feb 2002)
Sporting Relatives: Her father Andre played with Omaha in the Central Hockey League. (Canadian Hockey, 07 Feb 2002)
Debut: 1998 for Canada, against Finland, Finland (Canadian Hockey, 14 Nov 2005)
Injuries: She was struck down with mononucleosis in late 2004 and was sidelined for three months. (McGill Athletics, 01 Mar 2005)
As the pilot for the USA-1 bobsled, I broke a 62-year gold medal drought when my sled, the 'Night Train" won the Olympic title at the 2010 Vancouver Games. A degenerative eye condition nearly caused me to quit my sport in 2008, but corrective surgery restored my vision to 20-20.