Brendan Gaulin

Brendan Gaulin

 

Brendan Gaulin says his passion for sport has helped him improve his teamwork, leadership, and self-confidence. Gaulin first got involved in goalball in 2000, influenced by his sister, Sarah, who played on the Quebec team.

His sister and brother founded a recreational league in Montreal in 1999 and Gaulin quickly became passionate about the sport and took it to the next level, joining the national team. 

Gaulin helped Canada win the bronze medal at the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games, which earned the team a berth at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. He was Canada’s top scorer in the tournament and fourth overall with 20 goals in six games.

Rio marks his third Paralympic Games appearance.

Career Highlights

2008 and 2012 Paralympic Games… Won bronze medals at both the 2009 IBSA Pan American Games and the 2011 IBSA World Games…

Personal

Just like his two brothers and his sister, Gaulin has albinism. Gaulin’s sight is estimated to be at 10%, a level that allows him some autonomy… Currently completing his Bachelors in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University…

Notable International Results

2015 Parapan American Games 3rd

2012 Paralympic Games 10th

2011 Parapan American Games 4th

2008 Paralympic Games 5th

 

Medals

GamesSportEventMedal
2015 Toronto Parapan AmsGoalballGoalball - Menbronze

Summary

Games Sport Event Result
2016 Rio Paralympics Goalball Goalball - Men 8
2012 London Paralympics Goalball Goalball - Men 10
2008 Beijing Paralympics Goalball Goalball - Men 5
Games Sport Event Result
2015 Toronto Parapan Ams Goalball Goalball - Men 3
2011 Guadalajara Parapan Ams Goalball Goalball - Men 4