Stephan Wojcikiewicz
  • Born: 06/23/1980
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 185cm
  • Weight: 80kg
  • Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario


R.A. Centre

Languages spoken:

English and french

Idols (in sport or other):

Jerry Seinfeld, Conan the Barbarian, Jon Stewart

Favourite activities outside of sport:

Movies and music, being fed by my girlfriend

Sibling(s) Name(s) (date of birth):

Christian Wojcikiewicz (January 24, 1976)

Pre-competition rituals / superstitions:

My Mascot must be “used” before every big match (to see my mascot please visit my website and view the about me section)

Training Location(s):

Ottawa,Ontario and Copenhagen,Denmark

Preferred sport events / Specialties:

Badminton (Singles)


Mike Bitten and Michael Kjeldsen

Senior national athlete since:


Nickname (s):

Stephan The Man

Other sports participated in:


Favourite movies / TV shows:

Conan the Barbarian, Seinfeld, Lord of The Rings, Sex and the City, The Daily Show

Favourite quote / motto:

Have faith in fate because fate has faith in you

It would surprise you to know that I …:

Have a very narrow esophagus and when eating I consistently get food stuck in it. It has caused me on many occasions great humiliation at dinner parties and social events…..even going to the hospital while in transit in England because of not chewing a piece of steak properly.
I don’t enjoy Desperate Housewives
-Have an uncanny ability to talk my way out of trouble

National titles (include event, year):

2004 Singles Champion

Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2011:

Quarter Finalist in Morroco International

Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2010:

Pan American Champion (Singles)

Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2007:

Pan American Champion (Singles)

World Championship appearances – Best results by year:

2010 Top 32

Olympic Club

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Rio 2016

Rio 2016

History will be made in 2016 when Rio de Janeiro, Brazil hosts the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, marking the first time that a South American country will welcome the world to an Olympic Games. It is also just the third time that the Games will be held in the southern hemisphere, following Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.


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