Four Canadian Paralympians are getting set to cycle in three events on Thursday in Tokyo.
For para-cyclist Ross Wilson, it’s all about the preparation. Wilson, competing in his second Paralympics, is making his debut Tuesday in Tokyo. His first contest will be the C1 men’s road time trial. During his…
Canadian para-cyclist Ross Wilson used the same mindset to lose more than 100 pounds as he did to succeed in the Paralympic Games.
Five years ago, Wilson walked into the doctor’s office weighing almost 300 pounds and suffering from a neurological disease called Charcot-Marie-Tooth-Disease. In the last week, he won two silver medals at the Paralympics.
On today’s show we talk about Canada’s first medal of 2016 Paralympic Games, a feature on promising swimmer Alec Elliot, and a deeper look at the classification system of para-sport.