- At age 7, vowed to compete in the Olympics after family friend and swimmer Mark Tewksbury won a gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona Games.
- Skied competitively until she was 16.
- Spent the first four years of her bobsled career as a brakeman.
- When she was 12, made a pact with her family that after she earned a place on the national team they would celebrate by getting tattoos, a promise they kept five years later.
- At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, she and brakeman Heather Moyse became the first Canadian women to capture Olympic bobsled gold.
- One of seven Canadian Olympic athletes to sign a sponsorship deal with Adidas as part of the company's "What It Takes" campaign.
- Along with Heather Moyse, won the gold medal in the two-woman bobsled at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
- Pushes cars as part of her workout routine.
- Has body art that pays tribute to her parents and grandparents.
- Jordan Simundson — Sister
- Cheryl Simundson — Mother
- Dan Humphries — Husband
- Haze Lewis — Niece
- Ray Simundson — Father
- Shelby Lewis — Sister
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