Para canoe


Shawinigan Que.


Mathieu St-Pierre was fifth in his Paralympic Games debut at Tokyo 2020. He earned his first career Paralympic Games spot in May 2021 with a fifth-place finish in the VL2 200-m at a Word Cup event in Hungary. It was also the best international result of his career despite the fact he missed two months of training in the winter due to hip ulcers which required a skin graft.

After the operation his hip was two inches thicker and a fundraiser was held to help him get a new seat for his boat. 

He has competed at the last three world championships in Para canoe. He placed seventh in 2018 and 2022 and was 11th in 2019 in the VL2 200-m. In late 2019, he was eighth in the same event at a test competition at the Paralympic Games venue. He joined the national team in 2017.



2022 World Championships... 2021 Paralympic Games... 2019 and 2018 Parapan Am Canoe Championships and World Championships


Seriously injured in a logging accident in 2015. He was put under a medical induced coma and placed on a ventilator to assist with breathing…


  • 2022 World Championships VL2 200m 7th
  • 2021 Paralympic Games VL2 200m 5th 
  • 2019 World Championships VL2 200m 11th 
  • 2018 World Championships VL2 200m 7th 
  • 2018 Parapan Am Canoe Championships VL2 
Year Type
Host City
2020 Summer
Tokyo, Japan