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Michèle Morissette

Biographie

Michèle Morissette competed in her first senior international event at the 2014 IRF World Championships where she reached the round of 16 in singles.

Morissette contributed to the bronze medal for Canada at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games in the women’s team event. The same year, Morrisette represented Canada at her last World Junior Championships, advancing to the quarterfinals in women’s doubles. Over her junior career, Morissette won seven medals at the world junior level.

Morissette had a successful 2022 season internationally. She won a bronze medal in women’s doubles with Frédérique Lambert at the World Championships and qualified to represent Canada at the 2022 World Games.

Morissette is a four-time Canadian doubles champion, winning two titles with Frédérique Lambert and two with Christine Keay. She has also been on the podium on five other occasions in doubles. In singles, Morissette has won five medals nationally, two of which were silver.

A Little More About Michèle

Getting into the Sport: Racquetball was a family sport; started playing at age 8, drawn in by the sport’s aggressiveness and dynamic… Loves the closeness of the racquetball community… Outside Interests: Enjoys paddleboarding and being in the sun… Odds and Ends: Nickname: Mimi… Believes that every defeat is an inspiration to work harder…

Palmarès international

Pan American Games: 2015 – BRONZE (women’s team event) IRF World Championships: 2023 – Round of 16 (doubles); 2022 – BRONZE (doubles); 2021 – Round of 16 (singles); 2016 – Round of 16 (singles); 2014 – Round of 16 (singles) Pan American Championships: 2022 – Round of 16 (singles); 2018 – Round of 16 (doubles); 2017 – Round of 16 (singles) IRF World Junior Championships: 2014 – BRONZE (18U doubles); 2013 – BRONZE (16U doubles) 2012 – BRONZE – (16U singles); 2011 – BRONZE (14U singles), SILVER (14U doubles); 2010 – BRONZE (14U doubles); 2009 – BRONZE (14U doubles)