Sports Special Olympians from North Bay win 23 medals at Winter Games SHARE ON: Rocco Frangione, staff Tuesday, Feb. 5th, 2019 North Bay's Special Olympics Team. Back row left to right: Nate Booth, Hudson Booth, Krista Bourdon, Andrew Robinson, Jackelyn Osborne, Penny Aubertin, Keith Granger Front row left to right Shannon Johnson, Chris Rheault, Alisha Windsor, Ben Chain, Carley Tucker, Diane Woods Photo credit: Lisa Knight North Bay’s Special Olympians came away with 23 medals from the Special Olympics Provincial Winter Games which this year took place in Sault Ste. Marie. Alisha Windsor was the big medal winner winning three golds in the Alpine Slalom, Giant Slalom and Super G. Diane Woods came away with two gold medals in snowshoeing in the 100 meters and 200-metre divisions. Jackelyn Osborne also won two golds in snowshoeing, with one coming in the 200 metre race and the other in the relay. Osborne also picked up a bronze medal in the 100 metre category. Rounding out the snowshoe team with medals was Keith Granger with a silver in the 400 metre as well as bronzes in the 100 metre and 200 metre plus gold in the relay. Krista Bourdon won gold in the relay and picked up bronze medals in the 100 and 200 metre races while teammate Carley Tucker also won the relay gold and silvers in the 100 metre and 200 metre events. In Cross Country, the gold went to Hudson Booth in the Classic Nordic 5 K. Booth also won silver in the 2.5 K Freestyle run. Going back to the Alpine races, Ben Chain was a gold medal recipient in the Super G, he brought home a silver in the Giant Slalom and a bronze in the Slalom.