As Canada’s undisputed Cross-Country sprint queen, Beckie Scott has proven that she belongs in the ranks of the world’s elite cross-country skiers and sprint racers. At the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Beckie became the first Canadian to win an Olympic medal in cross-country skiing, when she was awarded the bronze medal after a gutsy race to the finish. She was later presented with the gold medal, after positive drug tests by the gold and silver medallists.
As an advocate for fair play and an outspoken critic on the use of performance enhancing drugs, Beckie is an inspiration to all in sports and business. She motivates audiences with her story of perseverance, her courage to stand up for high principles, and her commitment to success through fair play.