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While Susan's primary focus is the upcoming Winter Olympics, her experience, enthusiasm and her inspirational story make her a sought after motivational speaker. For the past three years Susan has been gaining experience working in the television industry and doing on air commentary for the CBC Sports and TSN. She has recently been approached to host future television series on the new Women's Sports Network (WTSN) and The Women's Television Network (WTN). Susan has also been coaching part time and in fact, it was while coaching that she realized that her retirement was premature.

As a former Canadian Athlete of the Year, Susan is recognized as one of the country's top female athletes. It is a label she is proud of and it is source of inspiration as she trains in preparation for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.

A corporate sponsor will share the pride and excitement of an Olympic experience. With Susan Auch as a partner, any corporation on her team will be sure to come out a winner.

  • 2001 5th 500m World Sprint Championships
  • 2000 6th 500m World Single Distance Championships
  • 1998 silver 500m Olympic Games, Nagano
  • 2nd 500m World Sprint Championships
  • 2nd World Cup overall
  • 1996 3rd 500m World Single Championships
  • 4th 500m World Cup overall
  • 1995 2nd 500m World Sprint Championships
  • 2nd 500m World Cup overall
  • 1994 silver 500m Olympic Games, Lillehammer
  • 1992 6th 500m Olympic Games, Albertville
  • 1988 Bronze 3000m relay Olympic Games, Calgary-Short Track Speed Skating
  • Canada Games Sport Committee member
  • COA Team Selection Committee member
  • Athlete's Can Board member 1994-1998
  • CAAWS Board member
  • 1999 Bruce Kidd Award For Athlete Leadership
  • 1998 Manitoba Order of the Buffalo Hunt
  • 1998 inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame
  • 1995 Canadian Press Bobbie Rosenfeld Award for Female Athlete of the Year