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Olympic athlete talent search coming to London, Ont.

Emy Savard is 1 of 30 RBC Future Olympians who had a taste of podium success competing for Canada at the Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile, bringing home a bronze medal. (Source: RBC Training Ground) Emy Savard is 1 of 30 RBC Future Olympians who had a taste of podium success competing for Canada at the Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile, bringing home a bronze medal. (Source: RBC Training Ground)
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If you think you've got what it takes to become an Olympic athlete, you'll have a chance to show off your skills next month.

The Canadian Olympic Committee is hosting a free talent search in London on May 4.

'RBC Training Ground' is open to any athlete between the ages of 14 and 25, regardless of their sport background.

 

Talent scouts from 11 different Olympic sports will be on hand

  • Bobsled Canada Skeleton
  • Canoe Kayak Canada
  • Climbing Canada
  • Cycling Canada
  • Freestyle Canada
  • Luge Canada
  • Rowing Canada
  • Rugby Canada
  • Speed Skating Canada
  • Volleyball Canada
  • Wrestling Canada

Two new National Sport Organizations will also be added to the mix this year, Football (Flag) Canada and Squash Canada, both of which will be making Olympic debuts at the LA 2028 Summer Olympics.

The program has already found and funded 13 Olympians and seven Canadian Olympic medalists.

Athletes who are interested are encouraged to register ahead of time, but walk-ups will also be welcome.

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