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We have the same heart, programs and inclusion you've come to know, but our purpose has grown and our logo has adapted. This new brand reflects our commitment to people with differing abilities. Our commitment to a strong vibrant community where everyone belongs. The mountain reflects challenges ahead of us all. Together we journey through them. Together we can unlock the true potential within each of us.

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2018 Winter Paralympics Countdown

Never Give Up

Quitting is not an option for an adaptive skier who lost her legs at age 17 March 07, 2018 By Matt Hansen Teenagers everywhere make bad […]

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Would-be Olympians can bobsled, curl and luge at these North American rinks, tracks and slopes

The rush of bobsledding, the thrill of lugeing, the, yes, grace of curling. If you’re feeling swept away by the athleticism, the drama, the […]

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Q&A with Paralympian Nicole Roundy

Nicole Roundy is a member of the U.S. Paralympic Snowboarding Team who will be competing at the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games in PyeongChang, South […]

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At Huntsman Cup, para-alpine skiers earn points as World Cup season draws to close

Para-alpine skiing athletes representing 12 countries converged on Park City on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for the 29th annual Huntsman Cup. The three-day event, which is organized by the

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Limb-different athletes bond at ski and snowboard camp

PARK CITY, Utah (News4Utah) Twenty-four teenage patients from Shriners Hospitals for Childrenwho live with limb differences show off their unlimited potential at the “Un-limb-ited” […]

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National Ability Center CEO shares future plans, vision Read more: Moab Times-Independent – National Ability Center CEO shares future plans vision

The National Ability Center, based in Park City, has combined their program with that of Splore in Moab, a non-profit that has served individuals […]

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Brenna Huckaby finds balance, new goals in Paralympic snowboarding

After watching her daughter Brenna lose her right leg while fighting cancer, Kristie Huckaby recalls the emotions of seeing her learn to snowboard for […]

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2 NAC-Trained Paralympic Hopefuls You Should Know About

Thanks in part to the National Ability Center, Noah Elliott and Anna Beninati have their sights set on PyeongChang. Are you stoked for PyeongChang […]

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I’m A Paralympic Alpine Skier, And I Don’t Let My Blindness Hold Me Back

When I was 29 years old, I was in a really dark place. I had lost my mom two years prior to cancer, vision […]

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Q&A with para snowboarder Brenna Huckaby

The three-time world champion discusses her experience with cancer and becoming a mother At the most recent world championships in 2017, Brenna Huckaby claimed […]

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