Jamie Macari is a former member of Canada's national wrestling team. He wrestled for 5 years in high school where he won 3 Ontario high school championships and made his way onto the national junior team. In university, he continued to improve, becoming the first Canadian wrestler to win 5 consecutive Ontario and Canadian University titles...

He has been to 4 world championships and was the top competitor in the 55 kilogram weight class for Canada during his career. He presently coaches Queens University where he hopes to make a difference in the lives of his wrestlers by helping them chase their dreams.

Langues parlées: Anglais

Lieu de naissance: St. Catharines, Ontario

Ville de résidence: Kingston, ON

Sport: Wrestling

Plat favori: Pizza with lots of meat on it

Couleur preferée: It changes depending on how I feel

Quelle est votre plus grande réussite en tant qu'athlète?
Being named "Most Outstanding Wrestler" at the 2005 Senior National championships or being the first person to win five straight Ontario and Canadian university championships

Quelle est votre plus grande réussite au-delà des sports?
Becoming a teacher, although I think that’s never really fully achieved for anyone

Quelle est votre citation preferée?
"Every man dies, not every man truly lives” -Braveheart

Qui était votre inspiration quand vous étiez jeune?
There is no single person I have looked up to through the years, but I admire the bravery, faith, wisdom and passion that I see in anyone

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Thank you very much for the extra time you spent with some our students yesterday! The staff and students felt you did a wonderful job! We certainly appreciate the message you (Jamie Macari) gave to the students to assist them in developing themselves into better students.

- Brian Bradley - Principal, Thorah Central P.S. Beaverton, Ontario

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