En ce 8 mars, de nombreux athlètes se sont tournés vers leurs réseaux sociaux pour nous montrer combien ils apprécient les femmes dans leur vie.

Voici comment certains athlètes d’Équipe Canada ont célébré la Journée internationale des femmes:

À LIRE : Journée internationale des femmes : Les athlètes féminines au cœur des succès olympiques du Canada

Jen Kish – Rugby

Eric Radford – Patinage artistique

Desiree Scott – Soccer

Janine Beckie – Soccer

Erica Wiebe – Lutte

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"She unfurls her wings. She speaks her mind. She is a beautiful parcel of boldness and grace, all wrapped together, brilliant. Shining. The more of her own light she allows to shine, the more others shine too. From high up, she imagines they must look like a constellation" -I am her. I found this poem in a book I was given by Leah before the Games. I couldn't find a better piece that illustrates my teammates who so perfectly balance boldness and grace, fierceness and laughter!? Here is a beautiful/hilarious throwback to the 2012 Olympic Team & training partners and 4 years later the Rio 2016 Olympic Team. Because of these women who inspired me and challenged me and were the beacons of light that I only hoped to one day, somehow shine as bright as too, I am a better human and wrestler. #london2012 #rio2016 #olympics #wrestling #womeninsport #champions #iwd2017 #beboldforchange #likeagirl #fearless #powerful #kind #shining

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Roseline Filion – Plongeon

Katerine Savard – Natation

Lizanne Murphy – Basketball

Clara Hughes – Patinage de vitesse / Cyclisme

Penny Oleksiak – Natation

Sarah Pavan – Volleyball de plage