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le July 28, 2006

Canadian Paralympic Team Reps First to Tour 2010 Games Sites

 

“Canada’s Team will be ready to compete against the best in world,”
said CPC Chief Operating Officer Brian MacPherson. “Our High
Performance personnel will spare no effort to ensure that Canadian
Paralympians reach peak performance levels at the 2010 Winter Games.”

A delegation led by Rob Needham, Senior M...

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le July 18, 2006

Feel the Rush Wins Again

 

“FEEL THE RUSH reaches out to all Canadians to get them excited
about Paralympic Sport, and to people with disabilities to get them
involved. In this way it aims to get more Canadians in the stands and
on the podium at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver,” said Henry
Wohler, President of the Canadian Paralympi...

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le July 15, 2006

Double Wheelchair Basketball Victory for Canada

 

The USA also took double silver medals in the competition after
both the men’s and women’s teams were defeated by Canada in the finals.
The men’s bronze medal went to Australia, while Germany took the bronze
in the women’s competition.

The competition involved eight women’s and 12 men’s teams from around ...

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le June 21, 2006

Bell Canada Supports Paralympic Athletes

 

“Bell Canada is helping Canadian Paralympic Athletes achieve top
notch results on the international scene,” said Henry Wohler, President
of the Canadian Paralympic Committee. “In Beijing in 2008, Vancouver in
2010 and London in 2012, our athletes are aiming for gold and Bell
Canada will play an important part...

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le June 7, 2006

Debbie Low - Canada's Chef de Mission Beijing 2008

 

“It is an honour to be selected as Team Canada’s leader for 2008,”
said Low. “Having served as the 2004 Assistant Chef de Mission, I feel
well prepared to ensure that our athletes and coaches achieve athletic
excellence and podium success.”

Low has been involved in amateur sport for 20 years, both in herRead more of this press release