Amanda Rummery is an athlete from Edmonton, Alberta, and after paralyzing her left arm in an ATV accident in July of 2015, she found para track and field. In August of 2018 she had her arm amputated and now competes with her ‘nub’. The year following her amputation surgery, Amanda was able to break the Canadian record in the 100, 200, and 400 metre events. She then went on to receive the 2019 and 2020 Athletics Alberta Para Athlete of the year award. Her biggest accomplishment thus far in her track career was making Team Canada for the 2019 WPA World Para Championships in Dubai.