Just over a week ago, 128 of Canada’s finest para-athletes began their quest for glory in Tokyo. In a Paralympic Games like no other, the ascent to the mountaintop would be different – no…
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.
Brent Lakatos did it again, winning yet another silver medal on the Tokyo athletic track.
Brent Lakatos will continue his gold medal pursuit tonight.
Brent Lakatos continued to build on his impressive medal haul at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Brent Lakatos earned his second silver medal in as many days, racing in the men’s T53 400-metre final on Sunday morning.
Brent Lakatos has won his eighth career Paralympic medal on the track, winning silver in the men’s T54 5,000-metre race on Saturday.
Brent Lakatos has advanced to the men’s T54 5,000-metre track final, finishing second in his qualifying heat on Friday morning.
Seven-time Paralympic medalist Brent Lakatos is back on the track on Friday morning, as his fifth Paralympic Games gets underway.
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.