Blind soccer set for intense semi-final match-ups
Articles by Jaden Lewis
After beginning the Paralympics with three losses on the bounce, the Canadian men’s wheelchair basketball team squeezed through to the quarter-finals with an impressive 63-52 win against Colombia.
The Canadian women’s wheelchair basketball team was in great form Friday morning as it breezed past Japan 61-35 in a dominating performance on the court.
The Canadian women’s wheelchair basketball team looks to build on a dominating opening win with what may be a slightly tougher match-up against Japan, who have already won their opening two games.
Wheelchair basketball star Patrick Anderson has discovered some positives while the pandemic has played havoc with preparations for the Tokyo Paralympics. The inability to train in person has forced the Canadian national side to focus…
Veteran coach Matteo Feriani believes the amateur sport that is wheelchair basketball has taken a bigger hit than professional sports during the pandemic. Team Canada has not trained together in months and the lack of…
Adaptation is not an unfamiliar concept to elite athletes, so when the pandemic began to affect Paralympians representing Team Canada, they did what they always do. They took it in stride.