Denyse started representing Canada at 21 years old when she was selected to represent Canada at the Uber Cup final in Japan in 1981. From this point on, she has gone on to make her mark in Canadian Badminton history.
In all her accomplishments, being a member of the very first Canadian Olympic games team in Barcelona in 1992 is one of her biggest thrills. A highlight in Denyse’s career was when she made the quarter-final in doubles with partner Johanne Falardeau at the prestigious All England in 1984 and the quarter- final at the Japan Open in 1986 again with partner Johanne Falardeau.
A credit to our sport, Denyse has been recognized in her home town Rouyn-Noranda where they named the gymnasium where Denyse started her career: "Le gymnase Denyse Julien" after her second participation in the Olympic Games in Atlanta.
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