Vincent Dallaire began playing wheelchair basketball in 2002, following an introduction to the sport by his physiotherapist. He has been honing his basketball skills ever since and grew up playing with recreational and competitive club teams in his native Quebec.
A true team player, Dallaire loves the camaraderie within wheelchair basketball. He also doesn’t shy away from the speed of execution and the intensity of the sport.
Dallaire earned roster spots with the Canadian junior men’s national team in 2013 and 2017. He considers the opportunity to compete for Canada to be both a personal triumph and a great honour given that the Canadian basketball program is one of the most successful in the world.
He made the Senior Men’s National Team roster in 2014.
His role model is Canadian wheelchair basketball great Patrick Anderson because of his poise and ability to remain humble no matter what the situation.
Off the basketball court, Dallaire enjoys reading books and spending time with friends.
- Dallaire is an avid video game fan
- His arm span measures 6 feet, 6 inches
Awards / Highlights
- Named All-Star at the 2013 Junior World Wheelchair Basketball Championship
- Named an All-Star at the Junior East Regional Championship
Major International Competition
|World Junior Championships: 2||0||0||0||6th (’13), 6th (’17)|
|World Championships: 1||0||0||0||12th (’18)|
|Year||GP||Min||M/G||Field Goals||3 Pts||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)||National Academy||Canada||2014-Present|
|Club (domestic)||Bulldogs de Quebec||Quebec||–|
|Club (domestic)||Lynx de Chaudière-Appalaches||Quebec||–|
2019: 2nd place at Lima 2019 Parapan American Games…3rd place at the Wałbrzych President Cup Tournament in Poland (Team Canada)
2018: 5th place at the 2018 NWBA National Championship (Div 1) with the Toronto Rollin Raptors (domestic); 1st place at 2018 CWBL National Championships with Gladiateurs de Laval (Domestic) … 3rd place at Mitsubishi Electric World Challenge Cup in Tokyo, Japan (Team Canada)…5th place at 2018 Continental Clash in Sheffield, GB (Team Canada)…12th place at the 2018 World Wheelchair Basketball Championships (Team Canada)
2017: 2nd place at Americas Cup in Cali Colombia (Team Canada)… 1st place at the CWBL National Championship with the Gladiateurs de Laval in Montreal, Que. (domestic)… 6th place at the Men’s U23 World Championship in Toronto, Ont. (Team Canada)…
2016: 4th Place at Continental Clash in Leicester, Great Britain (Team Canada)… 4th place at Toronto Challenge in Toronto, Canada (Team Canada)…
2015: 2nd place at Parapan American Games in Toronto, Canada (Team Canada)… 2nd place at Americas Challenge in Toronto, Ont. (Team Canada)… 4th place at Lakeshore Cup in Birmingham, USA (Team Canada)… 1st place at Canada Games with Team Quebec in Prince George, B.C. (domestic)… 4th place at CWBL National Championship with the National Academy in Scarborough, Ont. (domestic)…
2014: 5th place at the Easter Tournament in Blankenberge, Belgium (Team Canada)… 1st place at CWBL National Championship with the Bulldogs de Quebec & named First Team All-Star in Burlington, Ont. (domestic)… 2nd place at Junior National Championship with Team Quebec & named All-Star in Edmonton, Alta. (domestic)…
2013: 6th place at Men’s U23 World Championship & named All-Star in Adana, Turkey (Team Canada)… 1st place at Men’s U23 Americas Zone Qualification Tournament in Mexico City, MEX (Team Canada)… 2nd place at Kitakyushu Champions Cup in Kitakyushu, Japan (Team Canada)… 2nd place at CWBL Open Championship with the Bulldogs de Quebec in Montreal, QC (domestic)… 4th place at Junior East Regional Championship with Quebec Bleu A & named All-Star in Charlottetown, PEI (domestic)…