I like going fast. And then faster.
My desire to compete was my main motivation in life and
The faster I could go, the more I pushed to go faster.
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.
But you don’t need to take it laying down. Pun intended.
Comfort is a self-tightening noose – there is always someone coming for your spot – so you need to stay uncomfortable.
Dedicated to sport. And speed.
Anthony’s dedication and love of sport have never been stronger – his love of speed and the adrenalin experienced when racing is what it’s all about for Anthony.
As a 2024 Paralympic hopeful, Anthony has already begun training and building a plan for how he’ll make Paris a reality!