Meet Marie-Eve Croteau, quite possibly the most unlucky Paralympian in the world. When asked if she was always an unlucky person, she simply nodded and said, “Yes.”
2016 Paralympic Games
A champion wheelchair racer says his time on the basketball court prepared him for greatness on the track. And who’s to argue with Brent Lakatos after this second three-medal Paralympic performance.
Change is on the way for the Canadian men’s wheelchair basketball team following a disappointing 11th place finish in Rio. After making the final in the last four Paralympics, Canada produced an uncharacteristic 1-5 mark, following a 70-51 win over the lowly Algerians on Wednesday.
Tristen Chernove makes his living off the air but, in Rio, he’s making his name on the road and track.
The airport executive from Cranbrook, B.C., won gold in the men’s paracycling time trial at the scenic seaside course Wednesday, completing his Paralympic rainbow that includes silver and bronze on the track earlier in the Paralympic Games.
Jonathan Dieleman raced to a time of 50.08 seconds to finish third in his heat of the men’s SB3 50-metre breaststroke on Wednesday and has advanced to the final.
Matthieu Hébert finished 10th in men’s individual épée – category A on Tuesday, in his first-ever Paralympic appearance.
Following a near death experience, Canadian Cyclist Robbi Weldon arrives in Rio as strong as ever. The 2012 Paralympic gold-medalist believes she has regained her form from four years ago and is ready to contend for another medal.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Amy Burk overcame a major setback on her road to Rio, but she reaped the ultimate reward inside the Future Arena. Burk scored the winning goal with three minutes left…
Brent Lakatos missed gold in the men’s 400m-T53 final for the second consecutive Paralympic Games, on Sunday, but he’s OK with that because it was one of his best performances ever
Josh Cassidy finishes 10th in men’s 5,000m T54 Final on Sunday at Olympic Stadium in Rio.