CLEAN AIR CHAMPIONS is proud of our Champions in Sochi and cheering loudly for them - Go Champions Go!
Meghan Agosta-Marciano – Hockey (Boisbriand)
Caroline Calvé – Snowboard (Aylmer)
Rosanna Crawford – Biathlon (Canmore)
Sam Edney – Luge (Calgary)
Megan Imrie – Biathlon (Canmore)
Brittany Schussler – Speed Skating-Long Track (Calgary)
Cody Sorensen – Bobsleigh (Ottawa, Calgary)
Hayley Wickhenheiser – Hockey (Calgary)
CLEAN AIR CHAMPIONS WINS THE 2013 INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE’S SPORT AND ENVIRONMENT AWARD
SOCHI – Clean Air Champions (CAC) was awarded the 2013 International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s Sport and Environment Award at the IOC World Conference on Sport and the Environment. This win makes CAC the first Canadian charity to win the esteemed international award, granted to individuals, groups and organizations that have shown initiative and taken action to drive environmental change within their communities. Read more>.
What participants are saying about our programs:
“It was fun learning about our carbon footprints and what impact we have on Earth because of our lifestyle.”
Clean Air Champions' mission is to inspire Canadians to live more sustainable, active and healthier lifestyles. We do this by engaging high performance athletes to educate Canadians, primarily youth, about the interconnections between environmental sciences and health.
Our Champions are national team, Olympic and Paralympic athletes - the heart and soul of Clean Air Champions.
Their personal stories are integrated into their CAC presentations and touch the hearts of their audiences to inspire them to take action for our environment and our health.