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Ground Up
Brittany Martin

Art Torrey is taking adaptive climbing to new heights

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Meet Steve Doudt

Steve Doudt talks about being an NWBA referee and his more than 17 year relationship with wheelchair basketball


If you’re unable to make it to the gym, here are some ways you can get a good workout in at home.

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More than 400 athletes from 18 countries gathered in Tempe, Ariz. to compete in the 2018 Desert Challenge Games. (Photo by Courtney Cooper)

July 2018 Table of Contents

Staying Safe

Wheelchair rugby has always been a hard-hitting sport, but player safety continues to be placed at the forefront

Opening Doors in The Highlands

A team of para-athletes is heading to Scotland to introduce adaptive athletics to the Highland Games

Band of Uninformed Brothers

A group of military veterans helped form a last-minute team at the National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament

Trim The Sails

A trip out to sea and learning to sail is just one part of what a unique program in Rhode Island provides to people with disabilities

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My Opinion - SNS Reader Survey

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People - Teachable Moments

A transition from sled hockey back to track has one junior athlete with no regrets

The Extra Point - Flipping Her Comfort Zone

The first European female to successfully land a backflip in a wheelchair finds her comfort zone

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