Wilson Winter Olympics

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Published on February 12, 2014

Team Russia – from left, Kelly Nauss, Dave Goswell, Cory Myers and Tony Lowe – took home the gold medal in snow sculptures at the Wilson Winter Olympics, held yesterday at Wilson Equipment Ltd. The company decided to shut down for the afternoon to enjoy winter and build morale. 

Published on February 12, 2014

Jim Wilson, left, president and chief operating officer of Wilson Equipment Ltd., and John Yuill, right, add onto the sides of their rendition of a 90-metre jump at the Wilson Winter Olympics yesterday. 

Published on February 12, 2014

Kevin Malay adds some black to a hockey stick representing both the Canadian men’s and women’s hockey teams participating in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics happening right now. Malay was part of Team France during the Wilson Equipment Ltd.’s Olympic afternoon yesterday. 

Published on February 12, 2014

John Congdon, marketing and sales co-ordinator at Wilson Equipment Ltd., holds up the Wilson’s Cup the company’s employees were vying for yesterday in their Winter Olympics. 

Published on February 12, 2014

Nate Stokdijk, creates Team Norway’s flag on top of the medal podium during Wilson Equipment Ltd.’s Winter Olympics snow sculpture competition held yesterday afternoon. 

Published on February 12, 2014

Team Germany’s Adam Horne, from left, Randy Brenton, Glen Marsh and David Sangster created a dragon during the Wilson Winter Olympics at Wilson Equipment Ltd. yesterday afternoon to represent the Russian Dragon Boat Federation that carried the Olympic torch. 

Published on February 12, 2014

Team France’s Dave Smith, background, and Leo Van Kroonenburg work on their snow sculpture during Wilson Equipment Ltd.’s Wilson Winter Olympics held yesterday afternoon.

Wilson Equipment Ltd. closed shop on the afternoon of Feb. 12 to host a Wilson Winter Olympics for its entire staff. Staff got to show their hand at snow sculptures, modified downhill skiing, modified bobsled and alternate biathlon, to name a few.

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