Para athletes are a testament to the indomitable spirit of human resilience, demonstrating that physical limitations are no barrier to achieving greatness in sports. The US Para Open is a prestigious event that showcases the extraordinary talents of these athletes, providing a platform for them to compete and inspire. 

Recently, the event was illuminated by the remarkable performance of Syed and Gabriel, who brought home the Bronze Medal. Their achievement is a source of immense pride for our National Team, and their dedication and perseverance serve as an inspiration for all. 

John MacPherson “Whenever we are capable of winning medals it enhances our program and shows us that we’re moving in the right direction. Keep up the hard work.”

Among the participants, a young prodigy from Saskatchewan stood out named Thulir Hector. At just 11 years old, this youngest player’s participation in the event is a testament to their exceptional talent and potential. Their participation not only marks a significant milestone in their budding career but also brings immense pride to their home province. 

John MacphersonMoving forward we are in preparation for the Para pan American games Santiago Chile coming up in November. At present we have athlete slots and hope to select them in the very near future.”

Congratulations to all our National Team Athletes for their remarkable performances and for continually pushing the boundaries of what is possible.