Greg Stewart

Greg Stewart first got involved in the sport of standing volleyball at age 15. Three years later, in 2004, Greg joined the National Disabled Standing Volleyball Team where he helped his team win three world championship titles. Today, Greg is a member of the Canadian National Sitting Volleyball team. He was born missing his lower arm below the left elbow.

In addition to being an elite sitting volleyball athlete, Greg also plays university basketball at the CIS level for the University of Thompson Rivers Wolf Pack. In 2011, he was named the country’s top CIS men’s basketball defensive player. Standing 7-foot-2, Greg led the country in rebounds per game and tied for the national lead in blocked shots. Greg is a fifth-year human resource management student.

Greg says he is constantly inspired by his teammates. Watching each and everyone one of them persevere to be the best they can is what inspires him to push himself beyond his limits. He says sport is his life and has helped make him the man he is today.

When he is not playing sports, Greg enjoys hanging out with his friends. He is an on-call laborer with the city of Kamloops.

Medals

GamesSportEventMedal
2011 Guadalajara Parapan AmsVolleyball - SittingSitting Volleyball - Menbronze
2007 Rio Parapan AmsVolleyball - SittingSitting Volleyball - Menbronze

Summary

Games Sport Event Result
2011 Guadalajara Parapan Ams Volleyball - Sitting Sitting Volleyball - Men 3
2007 Rio Parapan Ams Volleyball - Sitting Sitting Volleyball - Men 3