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Marissa Papaconstantinou

Birthdate : 13 October 1999

Birthplace : Canada

Hometown : Toronto

Language : English

Provincial affiliation : Athletics Ontario

Club : Phoenix Athletics Assoc. of Ontario

Coach : Geoffrey Standen

Event specialization : Sprints


Marissa Papacontanstinou made an impressive international debut at age 16 as she finished seventh in the 200m and eighth in the 100m at the 2015 IPC World Championships. Born without her right foot, she’s always participated in sport and enjoys soccer and basketball along with her para-athletics career.

Papacontanstinou took up para-athletics at age 11 at the Phoenix Track Club in Scarborough, Ont., and soon after was fitted with her first running blade.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IPC World Championships

PERSONAL

She was the inspiration for an exhibit on 21st century bionics and prosthetics at Ontario Science Centre… Ambassador for Holland Bloorview Hospital…Youth athlete model for Canadian Paralympic Committee’s ‘’It’s More than Sport’’ campaign in 2012.

NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

2015 IPC World Championships 200m 7th
2015 IPC World Championships 100m 8th

 

 

Event 
Season 
Mark 
Meet 
Location 
Date 
60 MetreIndoor8.82Athletics Ontario Bantam Midget Junior ChampionshipsToronto2017-03-05
200 MetreIndoor28.51Montreal Athletics Grand PrixMontreal2017-02-18
100 MetreOutdoor13.65Rio 2016 Paralympic GamesRio de Janeiro2016-09-17
200 MetreOutdoor28.16Desert ChallengeTempe2016-05-14
Long JumpOutdoor4.33mDesert ChallengeTempe2015-05-16

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Andre De Grasse @de6rasse runs a leg of the 4x200m at the Mt. SAC Relays.
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