At her first Paralympics, Tess Routliffe is enjoying the experience and reflects on what she accomplished in Rio.
The Canadian women’s wheelchair basketball team might not be leaving Rio with a medal, but they have gained some very important things from the tournament.
A unique athlete who has developed quicker than most, Erica Scarff has no shortage of support to get her on the podium in 2020.
The Rio Paralympics are coming to a close. So the authors talked to Brazilians to find out what they thought of the Games and their impact.
Canada’s Christine Gauthier, paracanoe legend, places fourth in Rio after a storied career on the water. Looking forward, she hopes to inspire young Canadians to come forward and participate in her sport, which has been added to the Paralympics for the first time.
Katarina Roxon, a three-time Paralympian, posted a new career best time in the S8 women’s 100m breaststroke.
Saskatoon’s Sam Ryan has been doing her best to take in the full Paralympic Experience in her first games.
Canada’s Aurélie Rivard wins gold, but had hoped to break the world record – her own – along with it.
Despite gaining the support of the Brazilian fans, Canada’s women’s wheelchair basketball team had their medal dreams shattered in Rio on Tuesday, following a 78-60 loss at the hands of the Netherlands. However, the team’s veterans will still have several positives to take away from the experience.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Michelle Stilwell raced her way to another Paralympic medal on Saturday, winning gold in her first-ever appearance in the women’s 400m-T52 final. Stilwell, established a new Paralympic record with a…