Canadian fencing star Pierre Mainville left his mark in his final Paralympic performance and now he can focus on his duties as a dad. Mainville lost his first three bouts in men’s individual sabre –…
On today’s show we talk about the Canadian Men’s and Women’s Wheelchair Basketball teams, Canada bringing home three silver medals, and an inside look at Janet McLachlan.
Rio Paralympic fan favourites Canada defeated the host country in final game of the women’s wheelchair basketball preliminary round
Canadian wheelchair basketball teams are quickly earning the top spot in the hearts of Brazilian fans, after their own team that is.
On today’s show we talk about Canada’s first medal of 2016 Paralympic Games, a feature on promising swimmer Alec Elliot, and a deeper look at the classification system of para-sport.
In his fourth Games, wheelchair racer Brent Lakatos finally added the most coveted piece of his decorated career to his medal collection: Paralympic gold.
Alister McQueen, after a seventh place finish at the 2012 London Games, earned himself a silver medal in the T44 Men’s Javelin Throw, setting two Canadian records in the process.
In this episode we talk about the the men’s Wheelchair Basketball loss against Spain, Brent Lakatos and Patrick Anderson. Also included is a crash course on Boccia
David Eng and Team Canada make a grand entrance at the opening ceremonies, Cindy Ouellet and Canada’s women’s wheelchair basketball team take on Great Britain on Day 1, we discuss the fallout from Russia’s Paralympic ban, we take a special look at para-canoeist Erica Scarff, and much more.
When Nik Goncin takes to the court for his first Paralympics this September, he won’t only take pride in playing for his country, but also for two of the people cheering him on from the…