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01 STAIN REMOVER
We don’t always have time to do laundry, so my Tide to Go stick can be a real lifesaver.

02 BOOK
Reading helps me to relax and refocus. I like biographies, mostly of athletes and politicians. I hope to share my own story with the world, so it inspires me to read others who have done the same.

03 LUCKY SOCKS
I don’t travel without these, and I make sure to wear them for important games.

04 PHOTO
This shot is of my family at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games, and it reminds me of how happy we were in the moment and serves as motivation when I need it most. It also reminds me of how far my personal style has come…


Marie-Philip Poulin

Discipline Ice Hockey
Age 26
Hometown Beauceville, Québec
Training Base Calgary

During the lead-up to this month’s Winter Games, Marie-Philip Poulin and her Canadian teammates shifted their training schedule to PyeongChang’s time zone – hitting the ice in the middle of the night and having breakfast for dinner – to be fresh when they face their rivals, Team USA. Poulin first slid into the national spotlight at the age of 18, when she scored Team Canada’s only goals in a shutout gold-medal match against the United States at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. In Sochi, she became a national hero, scoring Canada’s game winner in overtime. Now playing for Montreal’s Les Canadiennes, Poulin is considered one of the best offensive hockey players the country has ever produced – regardless of sex – and she’s got her sights set on helping her team win Canada’s fifth consecutive gold in women’s ice hockey.

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LEADERS OF THE PACK     PYEONGCHANG 2018    

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