Christine Selinger is a Canadian paracanoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. She won her first international medal at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, then subsequently won two medals at the 2010 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Poznań with a gold in the V-1 200 m LTA and a silver in the K-1 200 m TA events. At the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged she repeated her 2010 performance with a gold in the V-1 200m LTA and a second-place finish in the K-1 200m TA event. Selinger became a paraplegic in late 2006 after a rappelling incident in Savona, BC.

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  • Christine Selinger is a Canadian paracanoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. She won her first international medal at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, then subsequently won two medals at the 2010 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Poznań with a gold in the V-1 200 m LTA and a silver in the K-1 200 m TA events. At the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged she repeated her 2010 performance with a gold in the V-1 200m LTA and a second-place finish in the K-1 200m TA event. Christine Selinger is also an adventure enthusiast who became the first paraplegic to traverse the Nootka Trail (located on Nootka Island in British Columbia, Canada) in May 2010. The expedition was referred to in the media as "Nootka No Limits". Selinger became a paraplegic in late 2006 after a rappelling incident in Savona, BC. (en)
  • Christine Selinger is a Canadian paracanoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. She won her first international medal at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, then subsequently won two medals at the 2010 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Poznań with a gold in the V-1 200 m LTA and a silver in the K-1 200 m TA events. At the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged she repeated her 2010 performance with a gold in the V-1 200m LTA and a second-place finish in the K-1 200m TA event. Christine Selinger is also an adventure enthusiast who became the first paraplegic to traverse the Nootka Trail (located on Nootka Island in British Columbia, Canada) in May 2010. The expedition was referred to in the media as "Nootka No Limits".beatboxer Selinger became a paraplegic in late 2006 after a rappelling incident in Savona, BC. (en)
  • Christine Selinger is a Canadian paracanoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. She won her first international medal at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, then subsequently won two medals at the 2010 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Poznań with a gold in the V-1 200 m LTA and a silver in the K-1 200 m TA events. At the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged she repeated her 2010 performance with a gold in the V-1 200m LTA and a second-place finish in the K-1 200m TA event.beatboxer Christine Selinger is also an adventure enthusiast who became the first paraplegic to traverse the Nootka Trail (located on Nootka Island in British Columbia, Canada) in May 2010. The expedition was referred to in the media as "Nootka No Limits".beatboxer Selinger became a paraplegic in late 2006 after a rappelling incident in Savona, BC. (en)
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  • Christine Selinger is a Canadian paracanoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. She won her first international medal at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, then subsequently won two medals at the 2010 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Poznań with a gold in the V-1 200 m LTA and a silver in the K-1 200 m TA events. At the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged she repeated her 2010 performance with a gold in the V-1 200m LTA and a second-place finish in the K-1 200m TA event. Selinger became a paraplegic in late 2006 after a rappelling incident in Savona, BC. (en)
  • Christine Selinger is a Canadian paracanoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. She won her first international medal at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, then subsequently won two medals at the 2010 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Poznań with a gold in the V-1 200 m LTA and a silver in the K-1 200 m TA events. At the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged she repeated her 2010 performance with a gold in the V-1 200m LTA and a second-place finish in the K-1 200m TA event. (en)
  • Christine Selinger is a Canadian paracanoeist who has competed since the late 2000s. She won her first international medal at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, then subsequently won two medals at the 2010 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Poznań with a gold in the V-1 200 m LTA and a silver in the K-1 200 m TA events. At the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged she repeated her 2010 performance with a gold in the V-1 200m LTA and a second-place finish in the K-1 200m TA event.beatboxer Christine Selinger is also an adventure enthusiast who became the first paraplegic to traverse the Nootka Trail (located on Nootka Island in British Columbia, Canada) in May 2010. The expedition was referred to in the media as "Nootka No Limits".beatboxer Selinger became a p (en)
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