Our team of dedicated elite athletes and mentors
Our programs are the result of a unique alliance between high-level athletes and experts in the sports community.
High-level athletes are at the heart of United for sport's programs, whether it's for training plans, lessons or for motivational talks in schools. These national and international athletes, active or recently retired, share a common goal: to pass on their knowledge and passion to their community.
Running - Trail
Running - Road
Our ambassadors are Olympians who generously volunteer their time to advise United for sport athletes in both their sporting career and in their coaching roles.
Mentors are experts in the sport community who generously volunteer their time to advise United for sport and its athletes in the development of the various programs. We would like to thank them for their generosity and their involvement!
Athlète accompli d’Ultra-Trail
Copropriétaire de Boutique Course et Cie
Entraîneur chef du programme Rouge et Or de l'Université Laval
Assistant directeur haute performance, Gee-Gees
Entraîneur/accompagnateur pour six Jeux Olympiques
Entraîneur, Club Cirrus
Champion du monde de double Ironman
A complélé le marathon des sables (250km) et Badwater (217km)
Entraîneur et fondateur du blogue La Santé et plus
Maxime Leboeuf, Founder
Former member of the Canadian biathlon national team, 2:25 in the Boston Marathon, World Snowshoe Running Champion, multiple winter triathlon World Cup winner, Maxime has a true passion for summer and winter sports. Community involvement has always been an integral part of his sporting career, whether through motivational talks in schools, coaching or through sports administration.
Over the past 15 years, Maxime has had the opportunity to witness several potential synergies between high-level athletes and their community. In 2017, he founded the United for Sport, an organization that fosters collaboration between high-level athletes and their community.
At the professional level, Maxime is a senior economist with the Bank of Canada and holds a master's degree in economics from Queens University.