Tara Feser

Tara Feser played stand-up basketball until knee problems prevented her from competing at an elite level. She was introduced to wheelchair basketball by her high school coach Christina Jones, a member of Wheelchair Basketball Canada's Board of Directors. She first made the national team in 2008.
Feser was a member of Team Canada that finished fifth at the Beijing Paralympics in 2008. She helped Canada win a bronze medal at the 2010 World Championships and silver at the 2011 Parapan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico. Feser was 2010 Wheelchair Basketball Canada’s Female Athlete of the Year.
Feser is approachable and well liked. Although a strong and consistent scorer, her focus is often more on passing, defence, rebounding, picking and leadership. Feser is able to score points from in the paint, behind the stack, at the foul line, and even behind the three-point line.
Feser has completed a Master’s degree in Human Performance from University of Alabama and a Bachelors of Physical Education from University of Alberta. In 2010 she signed a one-year contract to playShe currently plays semi-pro in Germany with the Trier Dolphins.


2011 Guadalajara Parapan AmsWheelchair BasketballWheelchair Basketball - Womensilver


Games Sport Event Result
2012 London Paralympics Wheelchair Basketball Wheelchair Basketball - Women 6
2008 Beijing Paralympics Wheelchair Basketball Wheelchair Basketball - Women 5
Games Sport Event Result
2011 Guadalajara Parapan Ams Wheelchair Basketball Wheelchair Basketball - Women 2