In 2015, Curtis Halladay helped Canada win a bronze medal in the LTA4+ (mixed coxed four crew) at the world rowing championships. He repeated the exploit a year later at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.
Also in 2015, he set a world record in the Para rowing Legs Trunk and Arms Physical Disability (LTA-PD) event at the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships in Mississauga, Ont., clocking 2:56.6. That qualified him for the world indoor rowing championships in Boston where he lowered the record again, clocking 2:56.1. Halladay beat his closest competitor by more than 10 seconds.
Bronze medallist at 2016 Paralympic Games and 2015 world championships… world indoor rowing champion and world indoor record holder…
Studies sport and physical education at Laurentian University…Has foot drop (paralyzed below the knee) after a major leg injury in a motorcross racing accident in May 2012…
NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
2016 Paralympic Games LTA4+ 3rd
2016 World Cup LTA4+ 1st
2015 World Championships LTA4+ 3rd
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1 bronze medals