Diane (Matheson) Clement
  • Outstanding Athlete Award for representing NB at the CN Exhibition Olympic Training Plan in 1954
  • Member of the 1956 Olympic track team
  • Member of the 1957 Goodwill Tour of the Caribbean
  • Won bronze medal in relay at 1958 Commonwealth Games
  • President of the Canadian Track and Field Association in 1974

Competed in the 1956 Olympic Games as a 20 year old, running in the heats of the 100m, 200m, and 4 x 100m relay. Also competed in the 1958 British Commonwealth (British Empire at the time) Games, and captured a bronze medal in the 4 x 110 yard relay. On several occasions, she held/broke the Canadian Senior Women’s record in the 100/220 yds and the 100/200 metres. Multiple medallist including gold at national championships. Also heavily involved as a builder, founding the Richmond, BC Kajaks T & F Club (with her husband Doug Clement) in 1962, and served as Athletics Canada’s President from 1973-76.