28 March 1983 |
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada
|Height||163 cm (5 ft 4 in)|
|Club||Edmonton Nordic Ski Club|
|Updated on 19 February 2010.|
Madeleine grew up in Edmonton, Alberta. She was always very dedicated at school. Madeleine excelled in athletics from an early age, being able to outrun every other child on the field.
She competed at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver in the 10 km freestyle and 15 km pursuit competitions. In the freestyle competition on 15 February, she placed 51st with a 27:43.6 time (2:45.2 behind first). Four days later she came in 41st in the pursuit race, 4:13.1 behind the gold medal winner Marit Bjørgen of Norway. She also anchored the Canadian women's 4x5km relay and competed in the 30km classic race.
Williams' best finish in the World Cup was tenth in a team sprint event at Canada in 2009 while her best individual finish was 22nd in a 15 km mixed pursuit event at that same event.
- "Madeleine Williams". Canadian Olympic Committee. Retrieved 2010-02-19.
- Madeleine Williams at the International Ski Federation
- Madeleine Williams at the 2010 Winter Olympics
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