Canadian Paralympic Committee releases 2021-22 Annual Report

Report details successes and challenges of two Paralympic Games in six months
Canada enters the stadium for the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony

It was a challenge unique in the Canadian Paralympic Committee’s history – organize, transport, manage, and return home safely two Paralympic Games teams only six months apart during a global pandemic.

The dedication and determination of all involved – from athletes, coaches, support staff, and management – is prominent in the CPC’s 2021-22 Annual Report, which celebrates the work of everyone who played a role in the past year’s successes.

Click here to read the report, and learn about all the numbers, top highlights, and biggest results from the past year as well as the stories of how the entire extended team was able to overcome unusual hurdles to shine on the international stage.

Cover of the 2021-22 CPC Annual Report with images of Katarina Roxon, Greg Westlake, Natalie Wilkie, and Travis Murao