Jon Montgomery’s life has been a whirlwind since his 2010 Olympic gold medal win in skeleton, his big-time podium moment, and his now-famous victory walk through Whistler Village. But he’s about more than just the frosty, golden beer that gave him instant folk-hero status with so many people across Canada. From an appearance on Oprah; to the overwhelming homecoming in Russell, Manitoba; to a presentation at the Juno Awards—where he auctioned off teen-idol Justin Bieber’s cell number on the streets of St. John’s—Montgomery has shared his Olympic success and national pride wherever possible. Today, as the host of “The Amazing Race Canada”, he openly shares his perspective on what makes Canada great. Montgomery speaks to corporate audiences and supports several charities. He is currently at work on a book called Race Wisdom: Front Line Lessons from the Greatest Race Canada Has Ever Seen.
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