Canadian Paralympic athletes would not allow Covid-19 restrictions, and geopolitical instability to dampen their experience in Beijing.
Before realizing his dream, Collin Cameron needed a hero to believe that a once recreational league sledge hockey player could challenge athletes on the world stage.
Prior to his Paralympics debut, the para ice hockey player couldn’t help but think about how far he has come.
Wheelchair basketball player Reed De’Aeth is training hard for the opportunity to represent Canada in the 2024 Paralympics.
Canadian Paralympic alpine skier Brian Rowland’s confidence is through the roof after his first Paralympic experience.
The defenceman for Team Canada made sure to take it all in at his first Paralympics.
An up and down sledge hockey career has made Garrett Riley appreciate the grind with Team Canada.
Canadian para snowboarder Sandrine Hamel was unaware her sport existed until she was 19 years old.
Westley Johnston has come a long way from his days playing wheelchair basketball in Prince Edward Island to having a chance at cracking the men’s national team.
Canadian Paralympic alpine skiier, Alexis Guimond, completed a successful 2022 Beijing Paralympic Games earning a second bronze medal, though he wasn’t satisfied with the result.