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Team Dulcedo Takes on 2022 Beijing Olympics

February 4, 2022

Six of our incredible athletes are competing in the 2022 Winter Olympics, starting today. We could not be more proud of Team Dulcedo and all their accomplishments. Wishing you lots of luck and cheering you all the way to the podium! Follow @dulcedosports to keep up to date on all of the Olympic action!

See a quick snapshot of each of our athletes below.
Max Parrot
@maxparrot
Sport: Snowboard (Big Air and Slopestyle)
Country: Canada 


Schedule:
Men's Slopestyle Qualification Run:
Saturday, February 5 at 11:30pm EST
Men's Slopestyle Final:
Sunday, February 6 at 11:00pm EST
Men's Big Air Qualification Run:
Monday, February 14 at 12:30am EST
Men's Big Air Final:
Tuesday, February 15 at 12:00am EST

Max Parrot was born and raised in Bromont, Quebec. His success on the World Snowboard Tour has left him standing regularly on the podium. Including 14 medals at the X Games. He holds the record for most Big Air victories in the history of the event with 6 Gold medals. He will be competing in his 3rd Olympics where he will look to build on the silver medal he won in 2018 in PyeongChang.

In December 2018, Parrot was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which brought an end to his season as he underwent chemotherapy for six months. Once his treatments were finished, he returned to training. Just two months later, he competed at the X Games in Norway at the end of August 2019 where he won gold in the big air.
Sarah Nurse
@nursey16
Sport: Ice Hockey
Country: Canada
 

Schedule:
Women's Preliminary Round: Team Canada vs Team Finland

Friday, February 4 at 11:10pm EST
Women's Preliminary Round: Team Canada vs Team ROC
Sunday, February 6 at 11:10pm EST
Women's Preliminary Round: Team Canada vs Team USA
Monday, February 7 at 11:10pm EST

Sarah Nurse was born in Burlington, Ontario and raised in Hamilton. She began skating at the young age of 3 and took up hockey at age 5. The 2002 Salt Lake City games sparked Sarah's dream to one day play for the national women's team in hockey. Sarah made her Olympic debut at the 2018 PyeongChang games where she helped Canada win a silver medal in ice hockey.

She is leading the conversation around diversity and inclusion in hockey as one of the only women of color in a male-dominated sport. She serves as a board member and spokesperson for the Professional Women's Hockey Player Association. When Sarah isn't competing she is pursuing a career in broadcasting where she regularly appears as a Sportsnet Hockey Central Analyst. She enjoys reading, fashion, makeup and skincare. Her favorite quote is from her grandfather: You do it, you die, or you run away.
Emerance Maschmeyer
@emasch38
Sport: Ice Hockey
Country: Canada
 

Schedule:
Women's Preliminary Round: Team Canada vs Team Finland

Friday, February 4 at 11:10pm EST
Women's Preliminary Round: Team Canada vs Team ROC
Sunday, February 6 at 11:10pm EST
Women's Preliminary Round: Team Canada vs Team USA
Monday, February 7 at 11:10pm EST

Emerance Maschmeyer was born in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta and raised in Bruderheim. Emerance played collegiately at Harvard University, where she finished as the Crimson’s all-time leader in saves. As a freshman in 2013 she was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year. As a sophomore she was the 2014 ECAC Goaltender of the Year, a Patty Kazmaier Award finalist, and became just the 10th Harvard player ever to earn All-American honors (second team). She ended her career as a three-time All-Ivy League First Team selection (2014-16).

Internationally, Emerance helped Canada win a gold medal at the 2021 World Championships, earning two shutout victories and helping the country win its first title since 2012! Beijing 2022 will be Emerance's first Olympic Games.
Courtney Sarault
@courtsarault
Sport: Speed Skating (Short track)
Country: Canada
 

Schedule:
Mixed Team Relay:

Friday, February 4 at 7:23pm EST
Women's 1000m Heats:
Tuesday, February 8 at 6:44pm EST
Women's 3000m Relay:
Tuesday, February 8 at 7:45pm EST
Women's 1000m Final Runs:
Thursday, February 10 at 6:00pm EST
Women's 3000m Relay Finals:
Saturday, February 12 at 6:35pm EST
Women's 1500m Final Runs:
Tuesday, February 15 at 6:30pm EST

Courtney Sarault was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan but was raised in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Courtney made her World Cup debut during the 2018-19 season and won a silver medal in the 1500m at the season-opener in Calgary. She would make her world championship debut at the end of the season, winning bronze with the 3000m relay team and competing in three individual events. During the 2019-20 World Cup, she won 1000m silver for her first individual World Cup medal since her debut a year earlier. She ended up winning three more individual medals that season along with five medals with the 3000m relay, including a gold in Shanghai. At the inaugural Four Continents Championships in 2020, Courtney won 500m bronze and 1000m silver to finish third overall.
Julia Marino
@_juliamarino
Sport: Snowboard (Big Air and Slopestyle)
Country: United States of America 


Schedule:
Women's Slopestyle Qualification Run:

Friday, February 4 at 9:45pm EST
Women's Slopestyle Final:
Saturday, February 5 at 8:30pm EST
Women's Big Air Qualification Run:
Sunday, February 13 at 8:30pm EST
Women's Big Air Final:
Monday, February 14 at 8:30pm EST

Julia Marino was born and raised in Westport, Connecticut. As a snowboarder, Julia went on to make the US National Ski and Snowboard Team in 2016, and claimed Bronze at her first World Championships that same year, where she became the first female to incorporate not only a double in competition, but two doubles on a single run; a performance that cemented her place at the forefront of Women's Snowboarding.

Julia's racked up a laundry list of achievements during her first few years on the Pro Circuit, each one as impressive and memorable as the next. At 24 years old, she is a 7-time X Games medalist, a 2018 PyeongChang Olympian and Beijing 2022 Olympian, 5-time FIS World Cup medalist, and LAAX Open Champion.
Karen Chen
@karebearsk8
Sport: Figure Skating
Country: United States of America
 

Schedule:
Team Event, Women's Single Skating Short Program:

Saturday, February 5 at 8:30pm EST
Team Event, Women's Single Skating Freestyle Program:
Sunday, February 6 at 10:35pm EST
Women's Single Skating Short Program:
Monday, February 14 at 5:00pm EST
Women's Single Skating Freestyle Program:
Wednesday, February 16 at 5:00pm EST

Karen Chen was born and raised in Fremont, California. A decorated skater, Karen has a 2017 U.S National Champion title, a 2022 U.S. National Silver medal, and is a three-time U.S. National Bronze medalist (2015, 2018, 2021).

Besides being a gifted figure skater, Karen is a talented academic. She was admitted to Cornell University's School of Human Ecology as part of the class of 2023 and will major in Human Biology, Health and Society on a pre-med track.
Team Dulcedo Takes on 2022 Beijing Olympics

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