Brent Lakatos’ schedule just got a little busier. The wheelchair racing star has been chosen to be Canada’s flag bearer during the closing ceremony at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.
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.
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.
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,
A 20-year-long trip will finally come to an end Wednesday morning when Greg Stewart makes his first-ever appearance at a Paralympic Games, in Tokyo 2020. It will be in the men’s F46 shot put event,…
Marissa Papaconstantinou’s five year battle with injuries paid off on Tuesday with a strong showing in the women’s 200m (T64) on the Tokyo track. The Canadian sprinter finished fifth in the final, putting down a…
r an outstanding season by Austin Smeenk two years ago, the native of Oakville, Ont. entered the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on Monday morning to compete in the men’s 100-metre T34 event.
Sarah Mickey got her first chance at a Paralympic Games on Friday morning when she participated in the women’s discus throw F55.
Charlotte Bolton and Sarah Mickey will become the first members of Team Canada to compete at the Olympic Stadium Friday as Para athletics take the spotlight at Tokyo 2020. The participants in the women’s shot…
It was a historic night for Joan Healey as she was inducted into the Colts Hall of Fame at Centennial College’s 50th annual Athletic Banquet.