Supporter of ALS


Supporter of ALS

Life gets real really fast, so you have to be the person you want to become in its entirety, and make every moment matter.

Make Moments Matter

ALS is a neurological disease that took the life of my father February 2014.  My dad was always - and will always continue to be my number one coach.  I have learned so much as a person and athlete from his guidance and from his courage in his fight against ALS.  Life gets real really fast, so you have to be the person you want to become, and make it matter.

It's been such an amazing opportunity to share my message and raise awareness for ALS, a special thanks to Thomas Dudley Productions



Lauren was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario.  She started speed skating at the age of 8 with the Ottawa Pacers Speed Skating Club when her babysitter at the time Kristina Groves inspired her to try the sport, and has been a influencial mentor ever since.  Lauren moved out to Calgary in the summer of 2007 to train at the Olympic Oval in Calgary, where she made the national development team in 2012.



University of Calgary

Off the ice, Lauren can be found at the University of Calgary studying towards her double major in Biological Sciences and Italian Studies.

Follow Lauren's blog for racing results and training updates