HOLD: Not all Canadians at Olympics are wearing red and white

Canada has 225 athletes and 87 coaches in Pyeongchang, its largest delegation ever for a Winter Games. But this doesn't account for the number of Canadians helping to lead other teams in Pyeongchang. Here's a look at some familiar faces, sporting some unfamiliar colours, in South Korea.
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Canadian figure skating legend Brian Orser, left, won two silver medals for Canada. But in Pyeongchang he put his talents behind coaching Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu, centre, to gold.
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In addition to Hanyu, Orser helped Spain's Javier Fernandez, centre, capture bronze in South Korea. Both Hanyu and Fernandez train together under Orser and fellow Canadian Tracy Wilson in Toronto.
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Team Korea coach Sarah Murray, right, a dual Canadian-U.S. citizen, had a tough challenge integrating players from both South and North Korea onto her roster.
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Toronto native Craig Ramsay, back left, is in Pyeongchang as head coach of Slovakia's men's hockey team. The former NHLer has served as an assistant coach for a number of NHL teams.
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South Korea hockey coach Jim Paek, back right, was born in Seoul but grew up in Toronto and played for Canada's national team in 1990-91. He also won two Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins in the early 1990s.