Marathon, ON


Whitney Bogart has been a member of the women’s national goalball team since 2005. She attended the 2022, 2019, 2015, 2011 IBSA World Championships, 2019, 2015, 2011 Parapan Am Games and 2012, 2016, 2020 Paralympic Games.

Bogart was born with Albinism resulting in vision impairment. She was introduced to goalball while attending W. Ross Macdonald School for the blind. Bogart has always had a fondness for athleticism and in her first year of high school she swam competitively as well as played goalball. In grade 10 she made the decision to stop swimming competitively to focus on goalball. She joined Team Ontario in 2002.

In 2007, Bogart graduated from the developmental services worker program at Fanshawe College. In 2008, she graduated from the instructor for blind and visually impaired – orientation and mobility program at Mohawk College. 

She is an athlete representative for women and is focusing on her goalball career and motherhood.  


Bronze medal at the 2019, 2015, 2011 Parapan Am Games… 2020, 2016 and 2012 Paralympic Games… 2022, 2019, 2015 and 2011 (won gold) IBSA World Championships


Has four siblings (all born with Albinism), one being a twin brother married to teammate Amy Burk… Is an athlete representative… Loves biking and exploring the city with her children… Her dad worked at Barrick gold mines which produced the gold for the gold medals at the 2015 Parapan Am Games…


2022 World Championships – 4th

2021 Paralympic Games - 9th

2019 IBSA World Championship and Games – 5th 

2019 Parapan Am Games – 3rd 

2018 World Championships 4th

2016 Paralympic Games 6th

2015 Parapan American Games 3rd

2015 World Championships 3rd

2012 Paralympic Games 5th

2011 Parapan American Games 3rd  

2011 World Championships 1st

2006 World Championships 1st

Year Type
Host City
2023 Parapan am Games
Santiago, Chile
1 gold medals

1 gold medals

2020 Summer
Tokyo, Japan
2019 Parapan am Games
Lima, Peru
1 bronze medals

1 bronze medals

2016 Summer
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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2015 Parapan am Games
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Toronto, Canada
1 bronze medals

1 bronze medals

2012 Summer
London, England
2011 Parapan am Games
Guadalajara, Mexico
1 bronze medals

1 bronze medals