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Dean Bergeron was born on 12 February, 1969 in La Baie, Saguenay, Canada, is a Canadian Paralympic athlete. At 51 years old, Dean Bergeron height not available right now. We will update Dean Bergeron's height soon as possible.

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Dean Bergeron Age 53 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 12 February 1969
Birthday 12 February
Birthplace La Baie, Saguenay, Canada
Nationality Canada

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On December 12, 2018, Dean Bergeron's name was given to the second ice rink of the arena of the La Baie borough of the city of Saguenay in recognition of his perseverance and athletic accomplishments.


Dean Bergeron was named "Male Athlete of the Year" at the Sport-Québec Gala in 2009, a title awarded recognizing the best athlete in Quebec, all sports combined (Chantal Petitclerc having earned the same honor on the female side the same year). He was honored to be one of 16 chosen to carry the Paralympic Flame at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games of Vancouver and had the honor of light the olympic bowl in Quebec when the flame stopped in this city on December 2, 2009. In 2017, Dean Bergeron is admitted to the Parasports Quebec Hall of Fame. That same year, he was inducted into the Quebec Sports Hall of Fame. In April 2018, it is announced that the ice 2 of the Center Jean-Claude-Tremblay of The Bay will bear his name. This one was designed for sledge hockey, another paralympic sport In June of the same year, he received the Gloire de l'Escolle medal, also named Grand Graduate Award, which is the highest distinction awarded by the Foundation of Laval University.


At the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China, he won a gold medal in the men's 100 metres - T52 event, a gold medal in the men's 200 metres - T52 event, a bronze medal in the men's 400 metres - T52 event and finished sixth in the men's 800 metres - T52 event


At the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece, he won a bronze medal in the men's 800 metres - T52 event, finished fourth in the men's 200 metres - T52 event, finished fifth in the men's 400 metres - T52 event and did not finish in the men's 1500 metres - T52 event.


At the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, Australia, he won a bronze medal in the men's 200 metres - T51 event, a bronze medal in the men's 400 metres - T51 event, finished fifth in the men's 100 metres - T51 event and finished sixth in the men's 800 metres - T51 event.


He also participated in the Boston Marathons in 1999 and 2004 and the Ottawa Marathons in 2006 and 2007 for people in the wheelchair racing category. At his first participation in 1999, he won the marathon. For the years 2004, 2006 and 2007, he finished 2nd, 7th and 2nd respectively.


It is in the field of athletics with wheelchair racing, also called track and field athletics he has illustrated. He has participated in several world championships and other international competitions presenting this event. He competed at the Atlanta, 1996, Sydney, 2000, Athens, 2004 and Beijing 2008 Games, and recorded a total of 11 Paralympic medals.

At the 1996 Summer Paralympics in Atlanta, United States, he won a gold medal in the men's 200 metres - T51 event, a silver medal in the men's 400 metres - T51 event, a silver medal in the men's 1500 metres - T51 event and a bronze medal in the men's 100 metres - T51 event.


In addition to his career in athletics, Dean Bergeron chose to pursue a career in the insurance field. Since 1993, he has been working in the field of life insurance having held positions as an insurance products advisor, particularly at Desjardins Financial Security. In June 2009, Dean Bergeron joined La Capitale Financial Group. After holding various executive positions including Director of Marketing and Health Promotion, and Senior Director of Operations. He holds the position of Vice President of Administration and Client Relations in the group insurance sector of this company.


Dean Bergeron (born February 12, 1969 in La Baie, Quebec (now Saguenay, Quebec)) is a Paralympic athlete from Canada competed mainly in category T52 sprint events in four Paralympic Games and is pursuing a career as an actuary.

Bergeron was born in La Baie, Quebec (now Saguenay), on February 12, 1969, he became very interested in sports, especially ice hockey. In 1986, he joined the Shawinigan Cataractes of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. He is then 17 years old, and promised a bright future. The following year, however, he became a paraplegic following a serious accident during a training session that forced him to undertake a long rehabilitation physical and social. It was during his studies in actuarial science at Laval University that he returned to physical activity.