Team Canada rocks 2014 WorldPride Parade
More than 20 Olympians took part in the 2014 WorldPride Parade in Toronto on Sunday.
Here are some photos from an incredible event celebrating inclusiveness with two million people lining the streets of the parade route.
London 2012 gymnasts Rosie Cossar (left) and Anastasiya Muntyanu (right) join fencer Sandra Sassine (Beijing 2008, London 2012) at PrideHouseTO prior to the march.
A pair of Olympic champions, Natalie Spooner (women’s ice hockey) and Adam van Koeverden (canoe-kayak), chat as orange-clad AVK keeps an eye on the Netherlands World Cup match at PrideHouseTO.
Three-time Olympic champion Marnie McBean attended Pride with her wife.
“Today, my wife and I proudly march with my Olympic peers and countless other LGBTQ champions and ally role models.” – Marnie McBean
This is the second consecutive year the Olympic Team has taken part in Pride.
An estimated two million people lined the streets of downtown Toronto during WorldPride
Recent Olympian Gabrielle Daleman (Sochi 2014) has a bright future in figure skating and fans at WorldPride.
Gymnast Stella Umeh (Barcelona 1992) with some fantastic flag work.
Sochi silver medallist (team figure skating) Eric Radford (left) and fellow 2014 Olympian John Fennel (luge) enjoying the march at Pride.
Olympic diver Marie-Eve Marleau (Beijing 2008) and two-time Olympic fencer Sandra Sassine (right).
Olympic partner BMW Canada provided vehicles for the parade convoy but national team tumblers had their own ideas for travel.
Sochi 2014 silver medallist in team figure skating, Dylan Moscovitch with gifts for the crowd.
Rosie Cossar cooling down toward the end of the parade and a fantastic afternoon for Team Canada.
Photos by David Jackson and Canadian Olympic Committee