There have been a grand total of zero medals for Canadian ski-jumpers throughout the history of the Olympic Games.
In a sport that's been dominated by European nations -- the U.S. has only laid claim to one bronze, while Japan has done the best job keeping up with Europe, with nine medals -- since the very first Winter Olympics in 1924, Canada's never quite been able to make a mark.
That's why, while ski-jumping's national governing body receieves no Own the Podium funding and therefore doesn't have to formally set any goals for the Sochi Games, Ski Jumping Canada has made itself one simple goal.
"Our unofficial goal is we have the potential for a medal," said Curtis Lyon, Ski Jumping Canada's High Performance Director. "Basically, the athletes have to perform to the top of their abilities, which they've done through various points for the last two years, but they just need to put it together on game day."