Maude has been a sled dog racer and a trail runner since 2011. Maude and her dog Wilson have earned many podiums in canicross. She won the national championships of canicross in 2012 and the provincial title in 2016. She then realized that the sport was becoming very popular, Maude created the Canicross Club of Quebec. Her club is recognized for its proactivity in the development of her sport. In addition to canicrossing, Maude also competes in bikoring ad skijoring during the winter. She also runs and does a lot of mountain biking and cross country skiing to stay in shape and to be able to compete with her two machines : Oji and Colbie. -Oji is a 3 years old french spaniel. He is impetuous and he is not comparable to the other dogs. He has amazing power and his extraordinary will power. She specializes in canicross. -Colbie is a one year and a half old alaskan puppy. She is from a line of dogs specifically chosen for their physical and mental capacities, and for their endurance. She specializes in bikejoring and skijoring where speed and endurance is much needed. Maude is very disciplined, involved, and motivated in everything she does. She needs to conciliate her work as a lawyer for Desjardins, her multiple trainings, taking care of her dogs, her club, and all of the other activities she undertakes. Fortunately, she can count on Chewpod to help her get through her busy life. She is also an ambassador for « Boutique le Coureur Nordique », « Nahak sports », and « Faim Museau ».
Goal #1 : Skijoring World Championships in Haliburton
Goal #2 : Canicrossing World Championships in Poland
Goal #3 : Improve her results in short distance running
Goal #4 : Improve her performances in mountain biking without dogs by participating to RAID.
Canicrossing National Champion2012
4th place at Canicrossing World Championships2015
Canicrossing Provincial Champion2016
Many podiums in canicrossing and skijoring2016