Date of Birth
Nautilus Plus, Brossard
Start in Racquetball: I was five years old when my dad first took me to a racquetball court.
Reason for playing: I play racquetball because I love the feeling it gives me. I love to be active and to expend energy and racquetball allows me to do all of these things.
Training habits: I train six days a week, including three times in the gym and three to four times in the court.
Best Racquetball moment: My best memory is when my sister and I beat the Irish Tea, in doubles at the 2019 World Junior Championship in Costa Rica. The game ended with a very close tie-breaker and we could hear all of the Team Canada members cheering us on in the crowd.
Non Racquetball talents: I have some talent for singing, poetry and music (clarinet and saxophone).
What is something people might not know about you or find surprising? People don’t know that I speak three languages. I speak and write French, Spanish and English.
When you are not playing racquetball, you are probably? When I’m not playing racquetball, I’m doing my homework, working out at the gym, or going to work. (I work as a receptionist at my gym.) I have a busy schedule, but the key is to be organized!
What advise to you have for athletes who want to play at your level? The best advice I could give them is not to worry too much. If we love our sport, we go for it without asking any questions. With a good schedule in place, we have time to do whatever we need to do. We can’t wait to go to practice.
Who has been important in your development as an athlete? In order for me to develop as an athlete, I had to work hard. To this day, I keep pushing for my sport. The turning point in my development was when I made a full workout schedule part of my daily routine. In the summer I attend training camps and during school I continue to train six days a week.