Josh Boissoneau

Boissoneau, a former competitive Ice Hockey and Lacrosse player, transitioned to competitive rowing in 2016 after being diagnosed with a neurological disease. He says he became addicted from day one and really enjoys pushing his body to the limits.

He credits his success, both professionally and athletically to his parents Troy and Annie Boissoneau, his sister Keisha Boissoneau and his grandfather, Raymond Boissoneau due in part to their self-sacrifice's over the years. Other hobbies include camping and racing for his family's race teams: Boissoneau Race and RAE Motorsports, where he has adapted his cars with hand controls.