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Ottawa at the Paralympics profile: Judoka Tony Walby

Updated On: September 7, 2016
Family fuels judoka’s return to Paralympics

Paralympic capital connections

Updated On: September 7, 2016
A third Ottawa Lion will join Dunkerley and Karanja in Rio – Guelph-based wheelchair racer Josh Cassidy, who was born in Ottawa and continues to receive coaching from the Lions’ Amanda Fader.

Ottawa at the Paralympics profile: Andrew Todd

Updated On: September 7, 2016
Games dream turns from Olympics to Paralympics after rower’s accident

Ottawa at the Paralympics profile: Wheelchair rugby player Patrice Dagenais

Updated On: September 7, 2016
London 2012 wheelchair rugby silver medallist would love to jump one step higher in Rio

Ottawa at the Paralympics profile: Swimmer Camille Bérubé

Updated On: September 7, 2016
Swimmer added to Rio team due to Russian doping ban

Historic trio of hat tricks for local para soccer player

Updated On: September 7, 2016
Led by Ottawa native Samuel Charron’s 15 goals in 6 games, Canada’s para-soccer team qualified for the 2017 World Championships in Argentina. The 18-year-old was a dominant force at the July 29-Aug. 6 Qualification Tournament in Denmark, becoming not only the youngest player in Canadian Soccer Association history to score a hat trick, but the first ever to score three goals in three consecutive games.

McCulloch’s 11th leads Lions results at IAAF U20 worlds

Created On: August 1, 2016
Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School student Shona McCulloch ran to a 5-second personal best and a Canadian youth record of 9:16.93 when she placed 11th in the women’s 3,000 m at the July 19-24 IAAF World Under-20 Track-and-Field Championships.

Local goalball veteran fired up for return to Paralympics

Updated On: July 3, 2016
Heading into the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Ottawa’s Amy Burk has a chip on her shoulder. First, there’s the stinging memory of the London 2012 Paralympics when she and her Canadian women’s goalball teammates suffered a heartbreaking overtime loss to keep them out of the medal round.

Army Run launched future Paralympian’s sitting volleyball career

Created On: April 13, 2016
Chantal Beauchesne experienced two unplanned life-changing events in 2009. The first was not at all pleasant. She was the passenger during a motorcycle crash and had her left leg amputated on the spot when it was sliced by a hydro post cable.

2 wins, 4 losses for local wheelchair rugby player with Canada at Rio test event

Updated On: March 10, 2016
Patrice Dagenais and the Canadian wheelchair rugby team beat Brazil twice (61-42 & 53-40) but lost a pair of contests to both Australia (60-52 & 66-57) and champion Great Britain (57-53 & 50-47) at the Feb. 26-28 Rio test event in Brazil.

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