Alexandre Dupont doesn’t become a Canadian Paralympian without losing his right leg in a motorcycle accident, but that in itself is not what characterizes his success as an athlete. And that’s where many para performers…
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.
Diane Roy, given the nickname “The Warhorse”, competes at her sixth Paralympics and it only continues to spark her passion.
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.
Although he won’t leave Rio with a medal Maranda credits former coach for training him how to race with the best in the world
Josh Cassidy finishes 10th in men’s 5,000m T54 Final on Sunday at Olympic Stadium in Rio.
Josh Cassidy will race for his first Paralympic medal in the men’s 5000m T54 final on Sunday, September 11 at 9:15.
Brent Lakatos taps into his competitive drive for an attempt at his first Paralympic gold.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Paralympian Ilana Dupont has already moved on to preparing for her next race, after a top eight finish in athletics on Thursday night. With the T53 100m race over after…
Veteran Paralympian Alex Dupont has raced against the best in the world. But he never gets more nervous than when he is watching his wife.