I met with Dr. Ghislaine Robert in Japan at the FISU games. I immediately made a connection with her. After that, she became my doctor for the rest of my athletic career. She was always there when I needed her. For example, in 1996, I was preparing for the Olympic Games and just before leaving for a 4 months training camp, I tore my right calf muscle. Her prompt care helped me recover quickly and I was able to achieve the Olympic qualification time soon after and then go to Atlanta for the Olympic Games.
Dr. Robert is undoubtedly the best doctor I have ever met. She has always been very professional, available and efficient; she helped me to realize my goals in sports. I will always be thankful for that.
Track & field (100 meters hurdles)
Lifesaving (beach sprint & beach flag)
Track & field
- Track & Field National Team Member for Canada (1992-2003);
- Olympic Team Member for Canada at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta;
- National Champion (100 meters hurdles) in 1992, 1993 and 1996;
- Participated at 8 World Championships;
- Several provincial record holder;
- Best performances : 100 meters hurdles : 12,96 / 100 meters : 11,49
- 6th at the Francophone Games in 2001 (100 meters hurdles);
- 3rd at the World University Games in Sicily in 1997 (4x100m);
- 3rd at the World Indoor Championships in Toronto in 1993 (Medley relay);
- Canadian Championships (1992-2001) : 3 gold medals, 2 silver medals and 3 bronze medals;
- Canadian University Championships (1993-2000) : 9 gold medals, 3 silver medals and 1 bronze medal;
- Ranked 10th in the World Junior Ranking in 1992.
- Lifesaving National Team Member (2000-2002);
- World Champion (beach sprint) at the Rescue 2002 World Lifesaving Championship in USA;
- 1st at the Goodwill Games (beach sprint) in Australia in 2001;
- 3rd in the beach flag, 3rd in the beach sprint and 4th in the beach relay at the Rescue 2000 World Lifesaving Championship in Australia in 2000.