Performances

An Extraordinary Record

Paralympic Medals

Beijing 2008

100m Gold
200m Gold
400m Gold
800m Gold
1500m Gold

Athens 2004

100m Gold
200m Gold
400m Gold
800m Gold
1500m Gold

Sydney 2000

100m Silver
200m Gold
400m Silver
800m Gold

Atlanta 1996

100m Gold
200m Gold
400m Silver
800m Silver
1500m Silver

Barcelona 1992

200m Bronze
800m Bronze

Médaille Olympique

Athens 2004

800m
(demonstration sport)
Gold

Chantal Petitclerc is the only canadian athlete who won medals at the Olympic, No prescription levitra Paralympic and Canadian viagra buy Commonwealth Games. She won her first Canadian championship in 1989 and to this day is the Canadian record holder in the 100m, 200m, 400m and 800m events.

During the Beijing games in September 2008, Chantal set two new world records, as well as one Paralympic record.

World Records:

  • 200m, Beijing, China (2008) en 27,52s
  • 400m, Athens, Greece (2004) en 51,91s
  • 800m, Beijing, China (2008) en 1min. et 45,19s

Paralympic Records:

  • 200m, en 27,52s
  • 400m, en 51,91s
  • 800m, en 1min. et 45,19s
  • 1 500m, en 3min. et 26,89s
  • 21 Paralympic medals, 14 gold medals

One of Chantal Petitclerc’s big wins was history in the making. In July 2002 at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester, England, she won the gold medal in the 800m in a time of 1 minute 52.92 seconds. It was the first wheelchair event to Canadian levitra fast delivery be fully integrated into the Online order viagra program of Cheap viagra cialis a major international competition. In winning an “official” gold medal, Buy levitra online Chantal became the first athlete in the history of sports for the disabled to register a result for her country’s team.

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