The West Toronto Foot & Ankle Clinic acknowledges the efforts of our community athletes both professional and amateur:
At the West Toronto Foot & Ankle Clinic we are proud therapeutic sponsors and sole suppliers of custom orthotics for Daniel.
Our hearty congratulations go to Daniel Nestor, who was appointed a Member to the Order of Canada on Thursday, Dec 30th, 2010. Daniel was credited for his community and charitable activities as well as his impressive role as as an ambassador for tennis.
“Daniel has been a model athlete and spokesperson for the sport of tennis, winning nearly every trophy attainable while continuing to lead by example in his charitable endeavours,” said Michael S. Downey, President and Chief Executive Officer, Tennis Canada. “To be appointed to the Order of Canada is an extraordinary honour and fitting for Daniel, our greatest tennis talent and a very proud Canadian.”
Daniel is the only player in tennis history to have won all four Grand Slams, all of the ATP Masters 1000 Series events, the year end championships and an Olympic gold medal. He has won a total of 71 doubles championships during his 17 years as a professional player and he has been playing Davis Cup for Canada for 18 years. This makes Daniel the most decorated tennis player of all time. We at the West Toronto Foot & Ankle Clinic are proud if Daniels accomplishments and are happy to offer our services to assist him in any way to continue down this extraordinary path!
The Order of Canada, was established in 1967, during Canada’s centennial year, to recognize a lifetime of outstanding achievement, dedication to community and service to the nation. 12 Officers and 42 members were included in the recent appointments.
Competing in a Junior Dragsters series is tough competitive stuff. But this 10 year old girl sure knows her way around a race track! She has been racing for two years and has already won many bracket races showing great consistency and reaction times.
Courtney has now advanced to the next level of competition and is running a larger motor. Good luck up there with the bigger boys Courtney. Peddle-to-the-Metal!
Grant has raced around the world for his success. After a satisfying career as a professional motorcycle road racer in Canada, Grant set his sights to further regions of the globe. His latest endeavors won him a National Championship in his inaugural season in Dubai, UAE. He has since seen more of the great middle east race tracks from the vantage point of the victors podium. Congratulations Grant.
Community 55 is a community centre in the beaches area of Toronto. Every year the Kew Gardens Tennis Club is the host for the annual charity event consisting of many tennis oriented events, including a Pro/Am tournament and exhibition match featuring some of the worlds most talented players of the game. The West Toronto Foot & Ankle Clinic has been the proud Platinum sponsor of the event two years running. All in the name of a good cause!