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Beacomeau, and the World Cup!

I honestly cannot believe how fast time is flying by! I guess the saying is true…”Time flies when you’re having fun!” I’m going back about a month and a half now, to my very first world cup. It was quite the experience having been one of my biggest challenges to date,...

Nationals 2019

Canadian Road Nationals If it was easy everyone would be doing it!  It’s been just over a couple of weeks since the end of the 2019 Canadian Road Nationals in beautiful Beauce, Quebec and I have had some time to reflect on just  exactly went wrong. I once saw a video...

Nationals 2019

Canadian Road Nationals If it was easy everyone would be doing it!  It’s been just over a couple of weeks since the end of the 2019 Canadian Road Nationals in beautiful Beauce, Quebec and I have had some time to reflect on just  exactly went wrong. I once saw a video...

Nationals 2019

Canadian Road Nationals If it was easy everyone would be doing it!  It’s been just over a couple of weeks since the end of the 2019 Canadian Road Nationals in beautiful Beauce, Quebec and I have had some time to reflect on just  exactly went wrong. I once saw a video...

About Anthony.

Growing up in Durham, Ontario I enjoyed competitive sports. Baseball, volleyball, track and field, basketball, mountain biking – I enjoyed them all. And I just couldn’t get enough of my favourite teams: the Pickering Red Sox, Team Ontario Baseball and the Pickering Trojans. My desire to compete was my main motivation in life. Track and Field became a focus for me, and at the 2004 Ontario Federation of Secondary School Athletics (OFSSA) championship I got my first taste of gold. A promising career seemed to be on the horizon, and I found myself dreaming about competing for Canada in the Olympics in the 110 m hurdles.

On September 30th, 2009, at the age of 21, my life was suddenly and brutally changed forever. While at work, I was crushed in a car at a scrap metal yard.

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Fundraising & Sponsorship Opportunities.

Anthony Lue is a Durham athlete who has a dream of competing for Canada in the 2020 Paralympics! He has a second chance at life and at being a world class athlete after surviving a life altering accident. Here is your opportunity to help him achieve his goal to represent Canada in Tokyo!

Did you ever have a dream that was so massive that you needed help to achieve it? While Anthony is actively training and competing, he needs your help to get to Tokyo! You can help by donating to his lifelong dream of competing in handcycling at the Paralympics in Tokyo, in 2020. Your sponsorship or donation will go towards ongoing bike equipment and maintenance, coaching, strength training, physiotherapy, chiropractor, massage, sports psychology and nutritionist services needed to develop and maintain a top level Olympian!

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