Canada At The 1992 Summer Olympics - Medalists - Gold


  • Mark McKoy — Athletics, Men's 110 m Hurdles
  • Michael Rascher, Bruce Robertson, John Wallace, Robert Marland, Terence Paul, Derek Porter, Darren Barber, Andrew Crosby, and Mike Forgeron — Rowing, Men's Eights with Coxswain
  • Kathleen Heddle and Marnie McBean — Rowing, Women's Pairs
  • Kay Worthington, Kirsten Barnes, Jessica Monroe, and Brenda Taylor — Rowing, Women's Coxless Fours
  • Brenda Taylor, Lesley Thompson, Kay Worthington, Kathleen Heddle, Marnie McBean, Jessica Monroe, Kirsten Barnes, Shannon Crawford, and Megan Delehanty — Rowing, Women's Eights with Coxswain
  • Mark Tewksbury — Swimming, Men's 100 m Backstroke
  • Sylvie Fréchette — Synchronized Swimming, Women's Solo

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