Heather Moyse
Bobsledder
Heather Moyse
Heather Moyse is a Canadian athlete, representing Canada in international competition as a bobsledder, rugby union player, and track cyclist and competing at the Canadian intercollegiate level in rugby, soccer and track and field.
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Viessmann FIBT World Cup Bob & Skeleton
Yahoo News - about 3 years
ST MORITZ, SWITZERLAND - JANUARY 11: Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse of Canada in action during the final heat of the Women's Bobsleigh at the Viessmann FIBT Bob & Skeleton World Cup at the Olympia Bob Run on January 11, 2014 in St Moritz, Switzerland. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
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Having competed in the Rugby World Cup in June, Heather Moyse is training with the hopes of going to the Olympics in February.
Yahoo News - over 3 years
Having competed in the Rugby World Cup in June, Heather Moyse is training with the hopes of going to the Olympics in February.
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Heather Moyse mulls over her sporting future, looks to build in a personal life
Journal Pioneer - almost 5 years
TORONTO - Decisions, decisions. Heather Moyse has a few to make. Does she return to bobsled, where she won 2010 Olympic gold with Kaillie Humphries? What about a third Rugby World Cup, in France in 2014? And if the 2016 Summer Games become the goal, does she continue her education in track ...
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Olympian Heather Moyse to compete at Pan Am cycling
Guelph Mercury - almost 5 years
<a class="fplink fp-470478" href="/Heather+Moyse+1">Heather Moyse</a>, an Olympic gold medallist in bobsled, will compete on a different type of track this weekend.
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Local upgrade projects heralded - Journal Pioneer
Google News - over 5 years
The minister of state for ACOA, Bernard Valcourt, and National Revenue Minister Gail Shea were at Heather Moyse Heritage Park in Summerside Wednesday for a re-announcement of funding for local projects. SUMMERSIDE – Federal, provincial and municipal
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Governor's Plate has rich history - Journal Pioneer
Google News - over 5 years
The usual Island celebrities, including Gerard Gallant, Darryl Boyce, Heather Moyse, Adam McQuaid, Drew MacIntyre and Doug MacLean, amongst others, give this very popular tournament a real Island flavour. Former New York Ranger Ron Duguay,
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Prince Edward Island athletes to compete in dragon boat race during Royal visit - Canada Views
Google News - over 5 years
The winning team will be greeted at the finish line by Prince Edward Island Olympic gold medalist Heather Moyse. Moyse won Canadas first-ever womens bobsled gold medal at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. She is also a member of the National Senior Womens
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2011 Royal Tour of Prince Edward Island itinerary announced - Canada Views
Google News - over 5 years
The couple will then participate in a dragon boat race across Dalvay Lake where they will be greeted at the finish line by Prince Edward Island Olympic gold medalist, Heather Moyse. Dragon boat teams will consist of professional dragon boat racers and
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National award celebrates local partnership - Journal Pioneer
Google News - over 5 years
It&#39;s served 80000 free meals through its breakfast program and has full after-school, summer and drop-in programs and recognizes members with the Heather Moyse Good Sport of the Week Award. Moyse, former boxer George Chuvalo, former NHL coach Gerard
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Making a difference a world away - Journal Pioneer
Google News - over 5 years
Heather Moyse was all smiles as she was surrounded by a group of children at one of the schools in Benin, West Africa, that she visited as a Right to Play athlete ambassador. It was a trip Heather Moyse almost didn&#39;t take. On Monday, Moyse returned
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Record Rugby Anti-Doping Testing Programme in 2010 - Boxscore News
Google News - almost 6 years
... all the latest Anti-Doping information, news and practical advice, video and interactive elements as well as information on the eight IRB Keep Rugby Clean Ambassadors, including Bryan Habana, Vincent Clerc, Heather Moyse and Humphrey Kayange
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Hollingsworth to enter barrel racing - Examiner.com
Google News - almost 6 years
She joins Clara Hughes, who has won four Olympic medals (including one gold medal) in speed skating, and two Olympic bronze medals in cycling, and Heather Moyse, who won an Olympic Gold medal for Canada in women&#39;s bobsledding with Kaillie Humphries at
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Moyse stepping away from sliding, rugby for now - Journal Pioneer
Google News - almost 6 years
Several people lined up to get an autograph from Heather Moyse and examine the hometown hero&#39;s Olympic gold medal when she appeared at the Summerside Canadian Tire on Friday to help with the grand re-opening of the store. SUMMERSIDE - Heather Moyse is
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Canadian Tire celebrates store makeover - Journal Pioneer
Google News - almost 6 years
This includes; the chance to win $1000 shopping sprees, a &#39;Canadian Tire money&#39; grab contest Thursday, a visit by Olympian Heather Moyse Friday and a fundraising barbecue and visit by children&#39;s TV character Dora the Explorer on Saturday
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RINGS; Australian Team Pulls Out
NYTimes - about 7 years
The Australian bobsled team withdrew from the four-man competition as two of its athletes continued to recover from injuries sustained during crashes in the two-man competition. Duncan Harvey, a brakeman for Christopher Spring, is recuperating from back pain caused by a training run crash at the Whistler Sliding Centre on Feb. 17. Duncan Pugh, a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Heather Moyse
    THIRTIES
  • 2014
    Age 35
    In 2014, she was a recipient of the Order of Prince Edward Island.
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  • 2013
    Age 34
    She has also been a member of the Canadian national women's sevens team and represented Canada at the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow, winning a silver medal.
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    Moyse also won the 2013 World Push Championships, held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in November 2013.
    More Details Hide Details Start records held by Heather Moyse:. Olympics: World Championships: World Cup: Moyse represented Canada' national rugby team at both the 2006 and 2010 Women's Rugby World Cup.
    Moyse returned to the Canadian Bobsleigh Team in the fall of 2013, earning a spot as the top brakeman on the 2014 Canadian Olympic team.
    More Details Hide Details Heather and Kaillie Humphries repeated as Olympic gold medallists at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, pulling ahead of rival USA 1, piloted by Elana Meyers and braked by Lauryn Williams, on the final run of the four-heat competition. The pair became only the third Canadian Winter Olympians to repeat as gold medalists in a non-team sport and the only female gold medalists from the Vancouver Olympics to repeat as gold medalists in Sochi. Humphries and Moyse were also selected by the Canadian Olympic Committee as Canada's flagbearers in the closing ceremonies.
  • 2012
    Age 33
    She also set five university track records, four of which stood as of September 2012.
    More Details Hide Details Moyse was named Waterloo's Track & Field and Overall Female Rookie of the Year in 1996–97 and Women's Track & Field Team MVP in 1997–98. In 1996–97, Moyse played one year of varsity soccer for the University of Waterloo while also competing in track & field. Heather Moyse serves as a Brand Ambassador for Prince Edward Island Potatoes. In this role, she has represented the PEI potato industry at events and promoted potatoes through social media and conventional media.
    In 2012, Moyse represented Canada in her third international sport when she competed in the Pan-American Cycling championships in Argentina.
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    In 2012, she was named by Sportsnet Magazine as one of the 30 Most Beautiful Athletes on the Planet.
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  • 2011
    Age 32
    Despite having only taken up the sports in 2011 and never having raced on an outdoor track, Moyse finished 4th in the 500m time trial at 36.207 seconds and fifth in the match sprint competition.
    More Details Hide Details In June 2012 Pro Cycling U.S. Grand Prix of Sprinting in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Moyse represented Prince Edward Island as a sprinter at the 1997 Canada Games in Brandon, Manitoba and still holds the PEI Senior Ladies record in triple jump. She held the PEI Senior Ladies record in the 200m from 1996 until 2013. At the University of Waterloo, she competed for four years at the CIAU Championships and amassed ten OUA medals and 2 CIAU bronze medals in her career.
  • 2010
    Age 31
    At the 2010 Women's Rugby World Cup in England, where Canada finished sixth, Moyse and tournament most valuable player Carla Hohepa of New Zealand tied as the leading try-scorers with seven tries each.
    More Details Hide Details At the 2008 Hong Kong Sevens tournament, Moyse was the leading scorer in the women's tournament with 11 tries in just 4 matches, including three in Canada's semifinal win over Kazakhstan and Canada's only try in their 21–7 final loss to the United States. At the 2006 Women's Rugby World Cup in Edmonton, Alberta, where Canada finished fourth, Moyse was Canada's only tournament all-star and the overall leading scorer in the tournament in terms of both points and tries with 35 points and 7 tries in five matches. Moyse also starred in the CIS. At the University of Waterloo, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Honours Kinesiology, Moyse was selected as team Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player, a two time All-Canadian and was an integral part of a team that won the OUA Silver medal and the first ever CIAU Bronze medal for Waterloo. At the University of Toronto, where she completed a Master's Degree in occupational therapy, Moyse led the Varsity Blues rugby team to the 2004 CIS national final where she was a tournament all-star and was again named a first-team All-Canadian during her fifth and final year of eligibility.
    Leading up to the 2010 Winter Olympics, Moyse held or had tied nine track start records with either Kaillie Humphries or Helen Upperton, including every track on the 2009–2010 World Cup circuit.
    More Details Hide Details Three of those records have since been broken.
    Moyse missed the first half of the 2010–11 World Cup bobsleigh season due to an ankle injury suffered in the final game of the 2010 Women's Rugby World Cup.
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    Moyse joins former University of Toronto student-athlete Jayna Hefford as the only University of Toronto graduates to claim a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games.
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    She won a gold medal in the Two-woman competition at the 2010 Winter Olympics with Kaillie Humphries.
    More Details Hide Details The silver medal was won by fellow Canadians Shelley-Ann Brown and Helen Upperton. It marked the first time at the 2010 Olympics that Canadians had won two medals in one event. For winning the Gold Medal, Moyse was on the cover of Hello! Canada in March 2010.
  • 2009
    Age 30
    During the 2009–2010 World Cup season, Moyse & Humphries finished second overall behind only Sandra Kiriasis and won four medals including gold in Altenberg, Germany.
    More Details Hide Details They set or tied the track start record in every race in which they competed together.
    Moyse and Canada 2 pilot Kaillie Humphries recorded a 5th in St. Moritz, silver in Whistler and 5th at the 2009 World Championships in Lake Placid, New York.
    More Details Hide Details In four other races, Moyse did not race with any of Canada's three sleds.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2008
    Age 29
    During the 2008–2009 World Cup season, Moyse returned from a serious shoulder injury (incurred while playing rugby for Canada).
    More Details Hide Details In her only race with Canada 1 pilot Upperton the duo won gold in Igls, Austria.
    At the 2008 World Championships in Altenberg, Germany, Moyse raced with Canada 3 pilot Lisa Szabon and the pair finished in 11th place.
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  • 2007
    Age 28
    After a one-year absence due to educational commitments, Moyse returned to the World Cup circuit in 2007–2008 as one of two brakeman for Canada 1 pilot Helen Upperton.
    More Details Hide Details In four races the duo earned a silver, bronze and two 5th-place finishes.
  • 2006
    Age 27
    At the 2006 Winter Olympics, Moyse and Upperton finished in fourth place in the two-man bobsleigh event, missing bronze by five one-hundredths of a second behind the host Italian team.
    More Details Hide Details The pair set the push start record for the Olympic track with a 5.16-second start time in their first heat.
  • 2005
    Age 26
    In 2005–2006, her rookie bobsleigh season, Moyse and her partner Helen Upperton won the Canadian Championships and earned four medals on the World Cup circuit including a gold at an event in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
    More Details Hide Details Heather also set push start records on five international tracks.
  • 2002
    Age 23
    Moyse was a two-time Female Athlete of the Year at Three Oaks Senior High School in Summerside, Prince Edward Island where she competed in soccer, basketball, rugby and track and field. A graduate of the University of Waterloo kinesiology program, she was inducted into that school's Sports Hall of Fame in 2002.
    More Details Hide Details Moyse received the Lieutenant-Governor’s Award as P.E.I.’s outstanding athlete in 2006 and 2010, was named Prince Edward Island's Senior Female Athlete of the Year for 2005, 2006 and 2010 and has won ten Sport P.E.I. awards in total since 1998. In 2010, Moyse and bobsled pilot Kaillie Humphries were nominated as Sportswoman of the Year by the American Women's Sports Foundation in the Team category. Heather also received the 2010 University of Waterloo Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Young Alumni Award. On April 14, 2011 she was named 2010 Ontario Female Athlete of the Year, making her one of the only, if not the only, athletes to win the same award in two provinces in the same year.
  • 2000
    Age 21
    During the 2000 OUA championship, Moyse won a 300M gold and 60M silver to lead Waterloo to a third-place medal and was named the OUA Track MVP.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1978
    Born
    Born on July 23, 1978.
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