Name: Lyndon Rush
Hometown: Humboldt, SK
How you got involved in your sport: I was recruited from the University of Saskatchewan Huskies football.
The moment you knew you wanted to represent Canada: Ever since I was young I’ve loved watching and cheering for Canada in international events especially hockey.
Favourite Quote: “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” ~ Philippians 4:6-7 NASB
CAN Fund Testimonial: CAN Fund has come through for me and my family a number of times over the last 4 years. Raising a family of 5 on a bobsledders income isn’t easy but this really helps.
Best Result: Olympic Bronze Medal in Vancouver 2010.
Share one valuable tool that you use on a daily basis that helps you to be the best athlete you can be: I believe that God blesses us with gifts and that we have a duty to use those gifts to their fullest.
Who is one person in your life that has impacted your career and what was it that they taught you: My wife Krysta is the sweetest and most dedicated person I know and the way she not only puts up with, but supports my crazy career is the reason I can compete.
Fun Facts: Huge Edmonton Oilers, Saskatchewan Rough Riders and Toronto Blue Jays fan.