At the London 2019 World Para Swimming Championships, Camille Bérubé reached three finals in four individual events, including the 200-m individual medley SM7 (6th), 100-m backstroke S7 (7th) and 100-m breaststroke SB6 (8th). She also finished ninth in the 50-m butterfly S7.
At the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Camille Bérubé finished ninth in the 100-m breaststroke, missing the final by one spot.
At the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games she won a silver and two bronze medals. In 2014, Bérubé lowered her Canadian record in the 100-m backstroke in the S8 classification in 2014 for the eighth time in five years.
At the 2013 IPC World Championships in Montreal she reached the final in her four events including eighth in the 100-m backstroke, breaking her two-year-old Canadian record.
Bérubé was one of Canada’s busiest swimmers at the London 2012 Paralympic Games, competing in five events. She was 11th in three races.
2016 Paralympic Games… 2015 Parapan American Games… 2013 and 2019 IPC World Championships… 2012 Paralympic Games…
Cancer at birth caused a disability in both legs…Her sister Noemie is a Canadian junior championship medallist in cross country skiing… She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Ottawa… She is an active voice within Canadian sport, and currently sits on the Board of Directors of AthletesCAN... She started swimming at age eight.
NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
2021 Paralympic Games 200m individual medley 5th
2021 Paralympic Games 100m backstroke 5th
2021 Paralympic Games 100m breaststroke 8th
2019 IPC World Championships 200m individual medley 6th
2019 IPC World Championships 100m backstroke 7th
2019 IPC World Championships 50m breaststroke 8th
2016 Paralympic Games 100m breaststroke 9th
2015 Parapan American Games 100m back 2nd
2015 Parapan American Games 200m IM 3rd
2015 Parapan American Games 100m breast 3rd
2013 IPC Worlds 200m IM 7th
2013 IPC Worlds 100m free 7th
2013 IPC Worlds 100m back 8th
2012 Paralympics 100-m back 11th
2012 Paralympics 400-m free 11th
2012 Paralympics 200-m IM 11th
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil