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.
Success breeding success is an ever-important aspect to sport across all levels, and two Canadian Paralympians are currently reaping the benefits of their influential predecessor.
Wheelchair racers Diane Roy and Brent Lakatos both looked up to, and had the luxury to work with, Andre Viger, one of the country’s greats.
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
In his fourth Games, wheelchair racer Brent Lakatos finally added the most coveted piece of his decorated career to his medal collection: Paralympic gold.
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
Brent Lakatos taps into his competitive drive for an attempt at his first Paralympic gold.