Camille Bérubé speaks about accessibility in new Inclusive Sport Hub video

First in a series of new videos sharing athlete perspectives
Para swimmer Camille Bérubé competes in the 200m IM S7 at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a new video series is debuting on the Canadian Paralympic Committee’s Inclusive Sport Hub, a community created to offer a conversation space towards creating more diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Canadian sport community. 

The first new video in the ‘Reflections on Inclusive Sport’ series features Camille Bérubé, three-time Paralympian in swimming, discussing how accessibility leads to inclusion. 

More videos will be released on the Inclusive Sport Hub in the coming weeks, with different Para athletes reflecting on diversity and inclusion and sharing their personal perspectives. 

The Inclusive Sport Hub is a Facebook group, and all are welcome to join. 

To hear from more athletes and experts on these topics as well, visit: