|Born||2 August 1980|
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Kabush grew up in Surrey, British Columbia and began playing Boccia with the provincial team at the age of 13. She competed in her first Paralympics during the 2000 Paralympic Games, where she won a bronze medal. Kabush was later named to Team Canada's Paralympic team prior to the 2004 Paralympic Games and won a bronze medal with partner Paul Gauthier. In 2011, Kabush was selected to compete at the Boccia World Cup. She was inducted into the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association's Hall of Fame in 2019.
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