Para archery


Deep River, Ont.


Kyle Tremblay is a four-year member of the national team who made the cut in his first year in the sport. Tremblay says focusing on working to improve his physical and mental being for his sport helps him deal with the challenges of being a person with a disability.

After taking some time off due to injury, Tremblay has re-emerged on the national Para archery scene in 2023. He had previously competed in two Para archery world championships in 2017 in Beijing and 2019 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands,

In 2023, he was a member of the Canadian team at the world championships in Czechia in the individual men’s compound and team event.

Following the individual preliminaries, Tremblay lost to Michael Meier of Austria in the first round. The match was close and decided in the fifth and final end. 

At both the 2019 and 2017 worlds he advanced to the second round of qualification. He helped Canada to gold in the mixed team compound at the 2018 Pan Am Championships.

207, 2019, 2023 world team member… 

Disability due to a T12 fracture – a breakage in one of the vertebrae in his spine around the bottom of his ribcage…. Outside sport he enjoys customizing cars and working on computers and small electronics…

2023 World Championships men’s compound, 57th
2023 World Championships compound men’s team 27th
2019 World Championships, men’s compound men, 33rd
2019 World Championships compound men’s team 17th
2019 World Championships compound mixed team 14th
2018 Pan Am Championships, men’s compound 9th
2018 Pan Am Championships mixed team compound 1st
2017 World Championships men’s compound 33rd
2017 World Championships compound men’s team 16th

Year Type
Host City
2023 Parapan am Games
Santiago, Chile