Corbin Watson (born January 6, 1987) is a Canadian Paralympic ice sledge hockey goalkeeper whose team won 3–0 against Norway and received bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Paralympics. Previously, he participated at the 2013 IPC World Sledge Hockey Championships where he and his team won gold medals. An amputee, he lost his lower right leg following a car crash in 2006. Following the accident he joined Canadian sledge hockey team called Windsor Ice Bullets 2 years later in Windsor, Ontario where he was inspired by Ray Grassi, his teammate. In 2009 he won a gold medal at the Défi sportif tournament.
Watson in 2015
|Born||January 6, 1987|
Kingsville, Ontario, Canada
He is a son of Alex and Joan Watson, and has a brother and a sister. In June 2013 he was awarded with the key to Kingsville for his performance at the 2013 IPC World Sledge Hockey Championship. He is inspired by Canadian hockey players such as Martin Brodeur and Miikka Kiprusoff.
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- Corbin Watson - Canada - Para Ice Hockey at the International Paralympic Committee
- Corbin Watson - Para Ice Hockey at the Canadian Paralympic Committee
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