Line Tremblay

Lyne Tremblay joined the Canadian National Archery Team in September 2007, at age 44.

She competed at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games, as well as several archery world championships. Her goal for London is a performance that reflects all of the hard work and training she has done.

The most influential person on her sporting career is her coach, Kim HyangTak. Tremblay trains six times per week with the Club les Fléchivores de Sherbrooke. She finds the greatest benefit of sport is body-spirit harmony.

Tremblay has been a paraplegic since 1999, caused by a neurological condition.

Tremblay has studied aerospace, mechanical engineering and applied sciences and has learned how to pilot a plane. She works as a teacher, a public speaker and an engineer. Her hobbies are gardening, going to the movies and history. Her hero is Nelson Mandela.


Games Sport Event Result
2012 London Paralympics Archery Recurve Bow Individual - Women 17
2008 Beijing Paralympics Archery Recurve Bow Individual - Women 17