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Stuart McGregor

Athletics
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Biography

Impairment information

Type of Impairment
Vision impairment
Classification
T13

Further personal information

Family
Three children
Residence
Ottawa, ON, CAN
Languages
English
Higher education
Education - University of Windsor: Canada

International debut

Year
1996
Competing for
Canada

General interest

Nicknames
Stu, Slippery (Facebook profile, 12 Jan 2015; canadianathletesnow.ca, 2010)
Hobbies
Ice hockey. (cbc.ca, 26 Jun 2016)
Most influential person in career
Coach Ray Elrick. (ottawalions.com, 2015; Canada Athletics, 18 Jun 2007)
Injuries
His leg was shattered after he was hit by a car while on a training run in 2005. He required five operations and spent almost a year on crutches. It took years of rehabilitation before he was able to make his comeback in 2010. (athletesfirst.ca, 15 Jun 2012)
Sporting philosophy / motto
"Win today." (canadianathletesnow.ca, 2010)
Impairment
He has less than 10% vision. (runningmagazine.ca, 19 Dec 2015)

Results

Unit Date Rank
Atlanta 1996 Paralympic Games (Atlanta, United States of America)
Event Medal Unit Date Rank
Men's 400 m T12 Heat 2 2
Men's 1500 m T12 Final Round 2
Men's 400 m T12 Final Round 4
Athens 2004 Paralympic Games (Athens, Greece)
Event Medal Unit Date Rank
Men's 400 m T13 Final Round 5
Men's 800 m T13 Final Round 3
IPC Athletics World Championships Villeneuve d'Ascq 2002 (Villeneuve d'Ascq, France)
Event Medal Unit Date Rank
Men's 1500 m T13 Final Round 7
Men's 400 m T13 Final Round 5
Men's 800 m T13 Final Round 3
Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games (Sydney, Australia)
Event Medal Unit Date Rank
Men's 800 m T13 Final Round 3
Men's 400 m T13 Heat 1 9999