Top 5 in perspective…

The 2022 season promised to be exciting! With the first two World Cups held in Europe in May and the finale being home in Québec City! Also, Baie-Comeau is receiving us for the 5th time, 3rd one for the UCI Paracycling Road World Championships. From the start, this season would be different; more pressure, brought … Read more

Paracycling making headlines…

Writing is an art. One that can make you travel whilst remaining at the same place, one that can make you think, one that can teach you something or one that can make you wonder. Collaborating with Vélo Mag for an article on paracycling was a thrilling experience, because it means that hundreds if not … Read more

Training Update

Despite the clouds and high level of humidity (a storm was coming), it was just enough time for a training session behind the scooter. As we’re getting closer to the last World Cup of the season (Quebec), each pedal stroke has its purpose. Thanks to Cycling Canada national team coach Sebastien Travers, who had me … Read more

2022 Road Nationals

For the first time in a little bit more than 10 years, the Para/Junior/Elite National Championships take place in Alberta. The start of the 2022 season hasn’t been stellar on the international stage so far, after 2 World Cups in Belgium and Germany in May, resulting in a 3rd place in the time trial race … Read more

100% Women Cycling

In celebration of the International women’s rights day, the Quebec Cycling Federation is launching a program 100% dedicated to women’s cycling. Why? Because most girls in their teens drop out of sport without knowing what they’re leaving behind. Sport goes beyond being part of a team, training, traveling, competing; sport teaches you to be organized, … Read more

Tokyo 2020

There are no victims or excuses. In recent years, the Canadian Paralympic Cycling Team has been among the most successful countries. I am certainly proud to be part of this group, considering that my debut in competition was already 12 years ago! 😲 London 2012. My first Games. Coming back with a medal around my … Read more