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…
Contest between two sides that are fairly even based on statistics and overall play seen in Tokyo.
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,
It might be impossible for athletes to achieve perfection, but if anything gets close to it, it’s Greg Stewart’s performance at his first-ever Paralympic Games on Wednesday morning.
The Canadian women’s goalball team has been eliminated from competition after falling to China 4-2. Despite the efforts of teammates Emma Reinke and captain Amy Burk, Canada’s two goals wouldn’t be enough to push them…
The Canadian women’s wheelchair basketball team looks to build on a dominating opening win with what may be a slightly tougher match-up against Japan, who have already won their opening two games.
The Canadian women’s Paralympic goalball team gears up to take on Australia in their next match of the preliminary round. The game will take place on Saturday at 9 a.m. JST, Friday at 8 p.m….
Tristen Chernove has picked up his Paralympic career right where he left off – on the podium. The 46-year-old from Cranbrook, B.C. captured a silver medal this morning in the men’s C1 cycling 3,000m individual…
With all of his athletes achieving personal records at the 2020 World Para Cycling Track Championships on home soil, Canadian Para-Cycling head coach Sebastien Travers is building a sustainable, long-lasting program of success.