CANADIAN OLYMPIC ATHLETE
Born and raised in Stellarton, Nova Scotia, Blayre Turnbull took a unique path to playing in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. After being released from the Hockey Canada program at the Under-18 level in 2010, she continued to push herself to perform her best at Shattuck St Mary’s Prep School as well as the University of Wisconsin where she had a stellar 4 year career. After graduation, Blayre moved to Calgary to play for the Calgary Inferno of the CWHL and eventually earned her spot on the National Women’s Team. She first competed for Team Canada at the 2014 Four Nations Cup and has since been a member of 3 Four Nations Cup teams, 2 silver medal winning World Championship teams, as well as the silver medal winning 2018 Olympic Team.
Olympic Winter Games | PyeongChang, South Korea
Nations Cup | Füssen, Germany
IIHF Women's World Championship | Kamloops, British Columbia