Scott (1928-2012) was a Canadian figure skater, known for her many feats in
international events. She was a Canadian national champion four times, World champion
twice, and the Olympic champion in 1948.
She started ice skating at the age of seven
and won her first national junior title at eleven. She is the first and the
only Canadian to win the gold medal for ladies’ single figure skating.
Tina Maze (b. 1983) is a retired alpine ski racer from Slovenia. She is the most successful Slovenian ski racer in history, and the most decorated at the Winter Olympics.
She is one of only six female racers who have won in all of the five World Cup ski racing disciplines. Her medals include six gold and seven silver at the Winter Olympics and various World Championships.
It is a dream come true for former sprinters Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere, and Akuoma Omeoga, whose ticket to Pyeongchang will make them the first Winter Olympians to represent the West African nation.