In our final episode, we take a look at Canada’s bronze medal match against Japan in wheelchair rugby, Brent Lakatos’ shot at his fourth medal of the games, if Canada can keep up the success in the pool, and the memorable closing ceremonies.
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.
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 as the Canadian women’s goalball team earned a 3-2 victory over Ukraine. “It is amazing to be back,” said Burk […]