Sandrine Bérubé starting playing wheelchair basketball in 2014 after she injured herself playing hockey. Introduced by a family friend, Bérubé quickly grew to love the sport.
Bérubé, a highly analytical and competitive player, enjoys the team atmosphere and the physical intensity of the sport. She began her career playing for the Valleyfield Mini-Eagle Team before being recruited for the CIVA AA team. She also represents Quebec on both the junior team and women’s team.
She was named to the Canadian roster for the 2018 World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in Hamburg, Germany, at just 19 years old. For Bérubé, representing Canada at the highest level of wheelchair basketball, was a dream come true for her.
Bérubé is on the hardcourt four times a week and is at the fitness center at least two times a week, but often more.
Outside of her rigorous training schedule, Bérubé studies physiotherapy technology at cégep. In her spare time, she enjoys kayaking and spending time with family and friends.
- She is a brown belt in Karate
- Before her accident, she played hockey, soccer, basketball, and baseball
Awards / Highlights
- In 2018, Bérubé was a part of the Quebec provincial teams that won 2nd place in both the CWBL Women’s National Championship and Junior National Championship
Major International Competition
|World Championships: 1||0||0||0||5th (’18)|
|Year||GP||Min||M/G||Field Goals||3Pts||Free Throws||Rebounds||AS||TO||ST||BS||PF||FO||PTS||P/G|
Legend: GP = Games Played; Min = Minutes; M/G = Minutes per Game; M/A = Made / Attempted; OR = Offensive Rebounds; DR = Defensive Rebounds; TOT = Total; AS = Assists; TO = Turn Overs; ST = Steals; BS = Blocked Shots;PF = Personal Foul; FO = Foul On; PTS = Points; P/G = Points per Game
|Club (domestic)||Les Aigles de Valleyfield||Quebec||2014-present|
2018: 2nd place at CWBL Women’s National Championship with Team Quebec in Richmond, B.C (domestic)…2nd place at Junior National Championship with Team Quebec in Longueuil, QC (domestic)… 3rd place at Continental Clash in Sheffield, GB (Team Canada)…2nd place at the Lyon Competition in Lyon, France (Team Canada)…5th place at the 2018 World Wheelchair Basketball Championships (Team Canada)
2017: 3rd place at CWBL Women’s National Championship with Team Quebec in Burlington, Ont…1st place at Junior East Regional Championship with Quebec in Halifax, N.S.