The Rio Paralympic Games have been nothing short of incredible. It is an opportunity that as a journalism student, I could’ve never imagined. Although there are too many amazing moments and stories to list, one particular event stands out in my mind as I reflect on my time at the Games.
Articles by Lauren Cascagnette
Canada and Australia men’s wheelchair rugby teams faced of in the battle of the unbeaten on Friday in Rio.
Aurélie Rivard won yet another gold medal and broke a world record at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium on Day 8, moving her to the top of the conversation about Canada’s closing ceremony flag bearer.
Rio Paralympic fan favourites Canada defeated the host country in final game of the women’s wheelchair basketball preliminary round
Josh Cassidy finishes 10th in men’s 5,000m T54 Final on Sunday at Olympic Stadium in Rio.
Canada’s men’s wheelchair basketball team was handed its third loss of 2016 Paralympic Games Saturday but the veterans are focusing on the team’s potential for the future
Josh Cassidy will race for his first Paralympic medal in the men’s 5000m T54 final on Sunday, September 11 at 9:15.
Keven Strybosch’s first Paralympic Games were not what he expected, but he looks to the future with optimism
UPDATE: Tripp made the Paralympic team at the trials in April and will be in Rio this September. TORONTO – Abi Tripp set a new personal best in the 100-metre backstroke on Saturday evening to…
TORONTO — Tyler Mrak set a new Canadian Paralympic record in the 100 metre breastroke on Wednesday night to increase his chances of a Rio appearance this September. He was the only SB13 classification swimmer…