Alison Levine

Birthdate: May 11, 1990
Hometown: Montréal, Québec
Residence: Montréal, Québec
Class: BC4

Alison Levine is renowned for her powerhouse strength and the speed at which she has developed within the sport. Alison was recruited into boccia by fellow BC4 athlete, Marco Dispaltro. Prior to her introduction to the sport, Alison dabbled in wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby and competitive horse-back riding. Most recently, she competed at the 2019 BISFed Montreal Boccia World Open where she won a gold medal. Now, she spends most of her time training on the court. When she is not training, you can find her cuddling with her service dog, Ghia, while watching a Montreal Canadiens hockey game.

2014 BISFed Povoa World Open – Bronze (Pairs)
2015 Toronto Parapan Ams – Silver (Pairs)
2015 BISFed Poznan Boccia World Open – Silver (Individual & Pairs)
2015 BISFed Americas Team/Pairs Championships – Gold (Pairs)
2016 Rio Paralympic Games – 5th Place (Individual)
2016 BISFed Povoa World Open – Silver (Pairs)
2016 BISFed Montreal Boccia World Open – Bronze (Individual) and Silver (Pairs)
2017 BISFed Kansas City Boccia World Open – Bronze (Individual & Pairs)
2017 BISFed Americas Regional Championships – Bronze (Pairs)
2017 BISFed Montréal Regional Open Championships – Bronze (Individual) and Gold (Pairs)
2018 BISFed Montreal Boccia World Open – Silver (Individual)
2018 BISFed World Boccia Championships – 4th Place (Individual)
2019 BISFed Montreal Boccia World Open – Gold (Individual)