Quick facts

Birthdate

October 11, 1995

Hometown

Carleton Place, ON

Residence

Carleton Place, ON

Sport

Sitting Volleyball

Experience

Lima 2019

Tokyo 2020

Toronto 2015

Anne Fergusson has been a member of the women’s national sitting volleyball team team since 2013. She helped Canada to bronze at the 2015 and 2019 Parapan American Games.

She was a member of Canada’s historic 2016 Paralympic Games team, the first sitting team to reach the Paralympics and the 2020 squad that took fourth in Tokyo. The squad reached another milestone with silver at the 2022 World Championships.

Born without her left hand, Fergusson was put in contact with one of the Canadian women’s sitting volleyball coaches and given the opportunity to try the sport. Fergusson fell in love with sitting volleyball and has played ever since.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 

2015, 2019 Parapan American Games… 2016, 2020 Paralympic Games… Canadian women’s sitting volleyball team member since 2013…

PERSONAL

Representative for The War Amp Child Amputee program… University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, Common Law Section. In 2017 graduated from Queens University with a degree in mechanical engineering…  Has worked in oceanography and medical devices … Was born without her right hand

NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

  • 2022 World Championships – 2nd
  • 2020 Paralympic Games – 4th
  • 2019 Parapan Am Games – 3rd
  • 2015 Parapan Am Games – 3rd