The ParaTough Cup is a half-day corporate challenge that will put your athleticism and fitness to the test through six para sport challenges. Teams of six participants will face off and collect points through competition and fundraising performance, with the goal of being the team crowned as ParaTough Cup champions.

Thanks for a great 2018-19 season!

This year’s ParaTough Cup series was a great success, and for a number of reasons:

  • We expanded the event to four cities this year, introducing it to our friends in Vancouver and Calgary and bringing it back to supporters in Montreal and Toronto.

  • More than 300 participants got a chance to try Para sport and see firsthand how hard Canadian Paralympians work to represent Canada on the world stage.

  • Across the country, 50 teams tested their mettle and competed hard to claim the title of ParaTough Cup Champions.

  • We had more than 35 Para athletes join us, sharing their competition tips and their inspiring personal stories.

  • Nearly 100 volunteers stepped up to lend their time and talents to make sure we had a fun and safe event.

  • You helped raise more than $333,000 to support the Paralympic Movement in Canada.

 

We couldn’t have done any of this without you.

 

Congratulations to this year’s winning teams:

Montreal – November 15, 2018: UPT CrossFit

Vancouver – November 23, 2018: RBC

Toronto – February 22, 2019: Toronto Blue Jays

Calgary – March 6, 2019:  Hudson’s Bay Company

 

Thank you to our sponsors, including Gold Sponsors Pfizer Canada and Petro-Canada.

 

Stay tuned for more information on the 2019-20 ParaTough Cup Series, including event dates, early bird deadlines and available prizes. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay informed.

 

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ParaTough Cup 2018/2019
Two girls sitting at a scoreboard
A woman playing para ice hockey
men playing wheelchair basketball
Cindy Ouellet
wheelchair sprint
para ice hockey
wheelchair basketball
sitting volleyball
guided run
wheelchair curling
guided run
sitting volleyball