Lyne Tremblay

Paralympic athlete, markswoman and survivor

Lyne Tremblay is a Paralympic athlete in the rifle shooting discipline. She will be competing in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.

Pilot, teacher, writer, speaker and athlete!

A well-rounded person, but above all, a survivor

Lyne is a Paralympic athlete and a Canadian championship winner in rifle shooting and archery. She competed in the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games and the 2012 London Paralympic Games. She has received extensive training and education over the course of her life, holding an aircraft manufacturing technician certificate, an aircraft maintenance technician certificate, a pilot license (glider and airplane), a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, a Bachelor’s degree in technological and professional education and a Master’s degree in applied sciences. In 1979, Lyne became the first minor-age woman to fly across North America in her own plane. She is still active in competitive rifle shooting today and is preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games. She gives talks that share her inspiring journey and also wrote her biography, which came out in 2019.