On March 22, Dave Sykes, 46, lifted off in his microlight aircraft from Rufforth Airfield near York, England, with the goal of being the first paraplegic to fly to the North Pole — a 5,000 mile flight. Sykes is doing the entire trip solo with no ground support. His wheelchair and survival gear are packed […]
Para Kristi Hreuzewicz followed her sailing dream to a surprising life beyond her expectations.
“I’ve been able to make myself very vulnerable and really just be an open book,” says Kevin Brooks, a T1 para.
Quad Seth McBride and his wife, Kelly, soldier on and complete their 6,500-mile handcycling adventure to reach the southernmost city in the world.
Athlete Trish Downing quickly learned that SCI doesn’t touch the desire to be active and compete.
I went to the local grocery store and a woman sparked up a conversation with me, and asked me if I did any sports. Just to be different, I said no, I am too old and broken for that. She says to me …
Hundreds of disabled veterans from around the country will gather this spring in Snowmass Village, Colo., to participate in the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. While there, they will receive world-class adaptive winter sports instruction. The clinic will be held from March 29 to April 3, 2015 and is for U.S. military veterans and […]
Seth McBride, a quad, and his wife embark on an epic handcycling adventure.
Jarrett Martin has never stopped loving the excitement of freefalling, even when he became a T3 para.
No longer do quads and others with limited arm strength need to sit by and watch as paras crank their mountain bike handcycles up steep slopes. Power-assist options are opening up the rugged outdoors like never before. It’s the final day of Moab Mania — the annual six-day adaptive mountain bike clinic put on by […]