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Just over a week ago, 128 of Canada’s finest para-athletes began their quest for glory in Tokyo. In a Paralympic Games like no other, the ascent to the mountaintop would be different – no…
Amy Watt made her Canadian Paralympic debut on Friday, finishing fifth in the women’s T47 long jump event.
The Torontonian showed up at the track again on Friday night to participate in the 100-metre finals, earning her first podium at the Games by winning the bronze medal.
Brent Lakatos did it again, winning yet another silver medal on the Tokyo athletic track.
After a strong 2019 season, Frotten expected to do better in all three of her competitions, although she’s still glad to have experienced her first-ever Paralympics.
Brent Lakatos will continue his gold medal pursuit tonight.
Marissa Papaconstantinou has a busy couple of days ahead of her on the Tokyo Paralympics track.
The Canadian will compete in the women’s T53 400 metres after her appearances at the 800- and 1500-metre races on Sunday and Monday,
Brent Lakatos continued to build on his impressive medal haul at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.