After being struck by a drunk driver, Kristen Cameron became paralyzed from the collarbone down.
She had been an avid hockey player- her uncle, Dave Cameron, is the head coach of the Ottawa Senators. No longer able to play the sport she loved, Kristen turned to a new sport: Wheelchair Rugby.
Now, she’s on the brink of making the National Wheelchair Rugby team.
In this short video, Kristen discusses how Toronto Rehabilitation Institute’s Lyndhurst Centre helped her develop and accomplish her new goals in sports.
Special thanks to Sportsnet for providing footage of Kristen playing Wheelchair Rugby.