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    The Canadian Olympic snowboarding team was unveiled Wednesday with Sebastien Toutant as the headliner. Toutant is from Repentigny, Quebec, and he will defend his gold medal in men’s big air and will also compete in slopestyle. Derek Livingston of Aurora, Ontario, Elizabeth Hosking of Longueuil, Quebec, and Calgary’s D’Hondt will participate in the halfpipe.

    Max Parrot of Bromont, Quebec, and Mark McMorris of Regina will be competing as well. They took silver and bronze medals respectively in the men’s slopestyle competition in 2018. The pair will both compete in big air and slopestyle events. Darcy Sharpe of Comox Valley, B.C., will balance out the Canadian men’s team in the two disciplines.

    Laurie Blouin of Quebec City’s won slopestyle silver at the Pyeongchang Olympics and leads the women’s contingent in both slopestyle and big air. She will be accompanied by Jasmine Baird of Georgetown, Ontario, and Brooke Voigt of Fort McMurray, Alberta.

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