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Conseil des Jeux du Canada – (Le 7 septembre 2016) Ottawa – Les anciens des Jeux du Canada sont nombreux à représenter le Canada aux Jeux paralympiques de Rio.

Chez les athlètes, nous avons des représentants en athlétisme, cyclisme, aviron, voile, natation, triathlon et basketball en fauteuil roulant. 

Plusieurs de nos anciens entraîneurs sont également à Rio, notamment en tir à la cible, tennis et tennis de table. 

Cliquez sur les sports ci-dessous pour voir quels anciens des Jeux y participent.

Athlétisme                                               Cyclisme 

Aviron                                                       Voile

Natation                                                   Triathlon  

Basketball and fauteuil roulant           Tir à la cible                                      

Tennis de Table                                    Tennis       

Swimming / Natation

8/26 athletes / athlètes        
Morgan Bird Alberta Athlete 2009
Alexander Elliot Ontario Athlete 2013
Devin Gotell Nova Scotia Athlete 2005
Nydia Langill Ontario Athlete 2009
Sarah Mehain British Columbia Athlete 2009
Tyler Mrak British Columbia Athlete 2013
Katarina Roxon Newfoundland and Labrador Athlete 2005
Samantha Ryan Saskatchewan Athlete 2013

Athletics // Athlétisme


 10/23 athletes / athlètes      
Jennifer Brown Alberta Athlete 2001
Alexandre Dupont Quebec Athlete 2005
Alexandre Dupont Quebec Athlete 2009
Renee Foessel Ontario Athlete 2013
Pamela LeJean Nova Scotia Athlete 2013
Jean-Philippe Maranda Quebec Athlete 2013
Diane Roy Quebec Athlete 1993
Austin Smeenk Ontario Athlete 2013
Kevin Strybosch Ontario Athlete 2013
Curtis Thom Ontario Athlete 2001
Jason Dunkerley Ontario Athlete 1993

Wheelchair Basketball // Basketball en fauteuil roulant


 16/24 athlete / athlètes    
Abdi Dini Ontario Athlete 2003
David Eng Quebec Athlete 1995
DAVID ENG Quebec Athlete 1999
Nikola Goncin Saskatchewan Athlete 2011
Nikola Goncin Saskatchewan Athlete 2015
Deion Green British Columbia Athlete 2007
Deion Green British Columbia Athlete 2011
Katie Harnock Ontario Athlete 1999
Katie Harnock Ontario Athlete 2003
Robert Hedges British Columbia Athlete 2003
Robert (Bo) Hedges British Columbia Athlete 1999
Liam Hickey Prince Edward Island Athlete 2015
Chad Jassman Alberta Athlete 2007
Jamey Jewells Nova Scotia Athlete 2011
Rosalie Lalonde Quebec Athlete 2015
Adam Lancia Ontario Athlete 1999
Benjamin Moronchuk Alberta Athlete 2011
Benjamin Moronchuk Alberta Athlete 2015
Cindy Ouellet Quebec Athlete 2007
Tamara Steeves Ontario Athlete 2011
Jonathan Vermette Quebec Athlete 2007
Jonathan Vermette Quebec Athlete 2011
Arinn Young Alberta Athlete 2015

Cycling / Cyclisme


 1/7 road cycling athletes / athlètes         
Audrey Lemieux Quebec Athlete 2005

Rowing // Aviron

 1/6 athletes / athlètes      
Meghan Montgomery Manitoba Athlete 2001

Sailing // Voile


2/6 athletes / athlètes      
Logan Campbell Saskatchewan Athlete 2005
Logan Campbell Saskatchewan Technical Support 2013
Paul Tingley Nova Scotia Technical Support 2013

1/4 athletes / athlètes      
Sasha Boulton Ontario Athlete 2013

Table Tennis/ Tennis de Table

Coach of Chim-Hing Chan  
John Macpherson Nova Scotia Coach 1979
John Macpherson Nova Scotia Coach 2011
Target Shooting / Tir à la cible
Coach of Douglas Blessin  
Richard Ward New Brunswick Coach 1991
Coach of Philippe Bedard    
Christian Gingras Quebec Athlete 1981
Christian Gingras Quebec Coach 1993
Christian Gingras Quebec Coach 2005
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About the Canada Games
Held once every two years, alternating between winter and summer, the Canada Games represent the highest level of national competition for up and coming Canadian athletes. The Games have been hosted in every province at least once since their inception in Quebec City during Canada’s Centennial in 1967. The Games are proud of their contribution to Canada’s sport development system in addition to their lasting legacy of sport facilities, community pride and national unity. 

The 2017 Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg are the 50th anniversary of the Canada Games and will be held from July 28th to August 13th. 

The 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer will be held from February 15th to March 3rd. 

The organization of the Canada Games is made possible thanks to the contribution and support of the Government of Canada, provincial/territorial governments, host municipalities and the Canada Games Council.