Continuing for the month of August, we’ll be posting some compilation episodes that are based on themes or concepts. For this compilation on Olympic athletes, you’ll hear 10 to 15 minute excerpts that explore how these four athletes got started in their respective sports, what it’s like to represent Canada on the Olympic stage and their experiences competing at the Games. If you like what you hear, and we’re sure that you will, check out the full interviews with these guests on the EPISODE GUIDE.

Anson Henry represented Canada in track at the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games. Follow Anson on Twitter @AnsonHenry.

Jessica Tudos represented Canada in gymnastics at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. She has gone on to be an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Follow Jessica on Twitter @jessicatudos and on Facebook.

Perdita Felicien is the 2003 IAAF World Outdoor Champion in the 100m hurdles and represented Canada at the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games. Follow Perdita on Twitter @perditafelicien.

Patrick Chan is a three-time World Figure Skating Champion and two-time Olympic Silver medalist. He represented Canada in the 2010 and 2014 Olympic Games. Follow Patrick on Twitter @PChiddy.