As a goalie for the Canadian women’s hockey team, Sami Jo Small has won five World Championships; twice been named championship MVP; and is a three-time Olympian, who played on two Gold medal-winning teams. After a lifetime of training for the “Big Game,” in the Salt Lake City Olympics in 2002, Sami Jo Small never got to play in it. “The biggest difference between myself and other Olympians,” says Sami, “is the whole idea of being placed in situations that were not the way I had envisioned living my Olympic dream. Not playing in the final game in Salt Lake forced me to focus on the accomplishment of the team above my own feelings.” A graceful storyteller, Sami shows us audiences that a “team” needs all of its members, regardless of their role, if they are to succeed.
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