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Todd Nicholson’s achievements in sport have been outstanding, both on and off the ice. As a para-athlete, he enjoyed a brilliant career with Canada’s National Para-Ice Hockey Team, highlighted by five Paralympic Games appearances and three Paralympic medals. Nicholson won gold in Torino in 2006, silver in Nagano in 1998 and bronze in Lillehammer in 1994. He also won eight medals at World Championships.
Source: Athletics Canada
The athletics community is in mourning following the sudden and tragic death of Paralympic coach Ken Thom. Coach Thom died Sunday, Sept. 24, in Cape Town, South Africa, as a result of a scuba diving accident.
The Games Leave a Lasting Legacy for Ontario
Ontario is celebrating the outstanding performance of Team Canada competitors at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, and the lasting legacy that the Games will leave for people across the province.