My name is Anthony Lue and I'm racing to represent Team Canada in the upcoming 2016 Paralympics in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
This is my story...
My name is Anthony Lue.
I'm competing represent Team Canada in the 2016 Paralympics in Rio

Four years ago, my life changed in the blink of an eye when an industrial accident left me with a severe spinal cord injury. I was a provincial athlete paralyzed from the waist down, and at the time I felt my hopes, dreams and future were shattered.

I knew I had to learn to view the world through a new lens and overcome daily barriers in an effort to live a life that was both fulfilling and inspiring. So, despite my spinal cord injury, I made a conscious decision to persevere, build new dreams -- and triumph in the face of life’s adversities.

Today, I’m an entrepreneur building a career in business, a motivational speaker, broadcaster and a competitive handcyclist with my sights set on the Gold in the 2016 Rio Paralympics games.

I will achieve my Olympic dreams by continuing to work furiously, inspiring others through my life’s message with raw passion, startling reality and perseverance.

I am pushing forward!


You can help me get to Rio!

Latest Articles & News Segments

Wow...I'm in the News!

Another successful Fundraiser!
My push to compete at the Parapan Am Games

Thanks to everyone who contributed to my Fundraiser with Cory Joseph! It received so much press CBC aired another segment. Check it out.

My Blog

My Journey to Rio from My Eyes


2015 @ a Glance!

Published on August 5, 2015

What can I say? It sucked! LOL One thing is for sure is that this…

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Canadian Road Nationals

Published on August 5, 2015

The road was rough and long but I made it to Saint Georges, Quebec safely! …

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Team Ontario

Published on August 5, 2015

Shortly before Tour de Waterloo I was made aware that the Ontario Cycling Association would…

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