(March 01, 2019 – Red Deer, AB) Team Alberta earned five medals on Friday at the 2019 Canada Winter Games, surpassing the all-time mark of earned medals for the province in Canada Winter Games history.

Alberta is now sitting at 93 medals, 34 gold medals, 32 silver medals, and 27 bronze medals. The previous record was 91, set at the 2003 edition in Bathurst-Campbellton, in New Brunswick.

The 34 gold medals earned by Team Alberta is also a new mark, surpassing the previous mark of 31 set in Grande Prairie in 1995.

There is still one day of competition left, with the Team Alberta women’s hockey playing for gold in women’s hockey, both men’s and women’s squash team playing for bronze in the team event, and the Badminton competing for the gold medal matches tomorrow.

Alberta is currently in third place of the medal standings, only three medals short of Ontario total tally. With 34 gold medals, Alberta is the second highest province in terms of gold medals.

Medals – Friday, March 1

  • Gold, Judo Team Event Women, Team AB
  • Gold, Snowboard Halfpipe Women, Kamilla Kozuback
  • Gold, Snowboard Halfpipe Men, Liam Gill
  • Bronze, Judo, Team Event Men, Team AB
  • Bronze, Snowboard Halfpipe Women, Kianah Hyatt-Sikora