David Eng

David Eng
David Eng is well known for his vocal, aggressive style of play and his ability to make the players around him better. (Matthew Murnaghan/Canadian Paralympic Committee)

David Eng discovered wheelchair basketball as a kid thanks to his uncle Gérald Brulé, a former member of the Men's National Team. Eng started playing the sport recreationally in 1989 with the Gladiateurs de Laval, a local club team near his hometown of Montreal.

In 2004, Eng earned a full-time roster spot with Team Canada. He enjoyed a successful rookie season with the National Team en route to a gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Athens. Since then he has gone on to capture numerous medals and individual accolades while representing Canada, including a 2006 World Championship title, a Paralympic silver medal in 2008 and another Paralympic gold medal in 2012.

Career highlights

  • 2008, 2012 Paralympic Games.
  • 2006 World Championships.
  • 2015 Parapan Am Games.

Courtesy of the Canadian Paralympic Committee