Born in Chatham, New Brunswick and raised in Fredericton, Scott MacAfee is a member of the Fredericton Loyalists Rugby Club. Scott started playing rugby at age 7 with the Loyalists Mini Rugby Program. He went on to represent New Brunswick at the under-19 and under-21 levels before making the jump to the senior men’s team, and subsequently Black Spruce Rugby...

Dave was involved in a serious motorcycle accident in 1988 and lost the use of his legs. It was shortly after this that Dave took an interest in wheelchair basketball. Since that time, Dave has competed in numerous national and international competitions including the 1994, 1998 and 2002 World Cup Championships and the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Paralympic Games...

Will Njoku was a member of the Canadian National Basketball program as a player from 1989 to 1998. During that time, he competed in three World Championship tournaments: Edmonton, 1991; Toronto, 1994; Athens, 1998. On his way to the national level, Will competed in the United States Basketball League (USBL), the New Jersey Turnpikes (1995), the Atlantic City Seagulls (1996) and played professionally in Belgium, China, France, Germany, Portugal, Kosovo, Macedonia and Turkey...

Originally from Calgary, Kingsbury grew up in Midland, Ont. and despite suffering a broken neck during a national wrestling competition when he was 18, went on to a successful career that included five CIS championships with Brock University and two World Championship bronze medals in grappling. Kingsbury is now the High Performance Wrestling Coach for UNB.

Julie is an accomplished and dedicated athlete. By the age of 19 she had a list of accomplishments that would make other athletes envious. She is currently a member of the Canadian National Development Cycling Team...

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