Trini-t sports is a sports management and marketing agency specialized in Paralympic athletes.

About us


Our mission is to empower Canadian Paralympic athletes and contribute to their success by creating and developing a supportive community.


Our vision is for Trini-T to become the number one reference in Canada for partnerships between Canadian Paralympic athletes and businesses.

Our history

Our founder, Vincent Boily, is a Paralympic hopeful and a member of the parasport community. He is familiar with the common struggles of an athlete and understands the difficulty of funding himself while training for a sport. He covers all his own expenses on his way to the Paralympics.

Did you know that Canada’s Paralympians are not paid to stand on the podium, unlike their Olympic counterparts.

“In Canada, Olympians earn $20,000 for gold, $15,000 for silver and $10,000 for bronze,” even though they have to put in the same amount of work.

This is an injustice that is not fair to athletes with a disability: we must work together to eliminate it in the name of equality and equal representation.

Fortunately, we have seen an awareness of this issue in the sector, but Paralympic athletes still do not get the recognition they deserve. There is still much to be done to empower them and to elevate them to the same level of representation and funding as regular professional athletes. We want to be a part of that change and be at the forefront of the development of the Paralympic community.

Our team


Vincent has been in the industry since he was a young boy, he is very passionate about the sport and knows every aspect of it.

After suffering a serious accident in 2017 and losing mobility, Vincent opened his eyes to the world of parasport and has never looked back since. He wants to reach the Paralympics in ice hockey. But more importantly, he wants to generate positive change for all Paralympians, knowing the struggles they go through through his personal experience.

ERICK BOILY, Executive Chef

Founder of the RHA Group, Erick works with some of the largest companies in Quebec. His expertise will be crucial when it comes to finding and establishing partnerships between athletes and companies. Erick is also part of an artistic agency, where he provides strategic advice.