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Wounded Veteran Empowered and Empowers Through Technology, Community

Under fully deployed canopies, a 24-man selection team for the U.S. Air Force’s 24th Special Tactics Squadron gathered its bearings on a nighttime training […]

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Winter Paralympic Games Highlight Importance of Adaptive Sports Diplomacy Programs

As the PyeongChang Winter Paralympic Games commence on March 9, the U.S. Department of State is recognizing the important issues of disability rights and […]

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Keller Williams Park City Realtor Bessie Lee Ostertag Helps People in Need Via Charity Donations

Keller Williams Park City Realtor Bessie Lee Ostertag Helps People in Need Via Charity Donations PARK CITY, Utah, March 29, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — In an […]

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New Park City coffee shop gives people with disabilities a chance

PARK CITY, Utah (News4Utah) – After a year and a half the owners of Lucky Ones Coffee were finally able to open up shop […]

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2018 Paralympics: Brenna Huckaby finds passion, medals in snowboarding

USA TODAY profiles top U.S. Paralympians to watch in Pyeongchang.  With a background in gymnastics, Brenna Huckaby’s first reaction when she tried snowboarding was […]

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National Ability Center athletes compete at Paralympics in PyeongChang

Click here for the news coverage featuring NAC Athlete Noah Elliott! The National Ability Center provides adaptive recreation and outdoor adventures for individuals and families […]

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Curling in Chicago? Bobsled for amateurs? Get your Olympics fix at these spots around the country.

by Kate Silver The Washington Post   The rush of bobsledding, the thrill of lugeing, the, yes, grace of curling. If you’re feeling swept […]

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Live Your Own Life: The Journey of Paralympic Athlete Saylor O’Brien

By: Lisa Niver While watching the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang on television, I wondered how the athletes got started and how they had […]

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A New Mountain

After surviving a brain injury, ex-skier Jamie Crane-Mauzy transitions to advocacy podcasting. By Rachelle Fernandez   Waking up before sunrise and venturing out into […]

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Team USA won a load of medals at the Pyeongchang Paralympics. The National Ability Center in Park City gets an assist.

When he was undergoing treatment for the cancer that would eventually take his left leg, Noah Elliott happened to catch a glimpse of his […]

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