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Shootout for Soldiers: 2015 GoPro Trailer Shootout for Soldiers: 2015 GoPro Trailer
Something big is coming. 1.19.15
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 WOUNDED WARRIORS' RESILIENCE - An Award-Winning Inspiring Tribute WOUNDED WARRIORS' RESILIENCE - An Award-Winning Inspiring Tribute
An award-winning short documentary film about the extraordinary sacrifice and inspiring resilience of brave American men and women in uniform who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan since 9/11, been wounded, and are role models of the human capacity to overcome adversity.
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Out On A Limb: Skiing with One Leg Out On A Limb: Skiing with One Leg
Adaptive skier, Vasu Sojitra, stars in ‘Out On A Limb’ profiling his inspiring story as he ventures into the backcountry to summit peaks, explore avalanche zones, send cliffs, and ski deep powder lines—all completely unassisted.
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Carl Joseph - An Inspirational Sports Story for the Ages Carl Joseph - An Inspirational Sports Story for the Ages
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Life Rolls On inspires possibilities beyond paralysis Life Rolls On inspires possibilities beyond paralysis
Jesse Billauer is the Founder and Executive Director/CEO of the Life Rolls On Foundation which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury through action sports.
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5 Medical Applications of Surfing 5 Medical Applications of Surfing
News by Taylor Pitz Student/Surfer/The Inertia Editorial Intern
To many surfers, myself included, surfing is a cure-all. Be it a rough day at work, a long day of class or just day-to-day stress, there is no medicine quite like getting in the water for an hour or two. However, there are others out there for whom surfing provides actual medical treatment.
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The Lazyboy - A Short Documentary on Alex Cairns The Lazyboy - A Short Documentary on Alex Cairns
The "The Lazyboy" is a short documentary about Alex Cairns, a sit skier from Squamish, BC. He was born with Spinal Bifida which left him paralyzed from the knees down.
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 North Pole Expedition with True Patriot Love Foundation North Pole Expedition with True Patriot Love Foundation
For too many years our men and women in uniform, and their families, have lived and served far from the thoughts of most everyday Canadians. Our vision is to repair that disconnect – to permanently bridge the military and civilian worlds, to ensure always that our Canadian Forces men and women have private dollars at their disposal to address the various gaps inevitably left unfunded by government.
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Blind Skateboarder - This is unbeleiveable Blind Skateboarder - This is unbeleiveable
Watch a Video of Blind skateboarder Tommy Carroll a few years ago interviewed by Tony Hawk and then see where he is today - Incredible!!
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This Climber's Outlook On Life Will Change The Way You Look At Disability This Climber's Outlook On Life Will Change The Way You Look At Disability
Part 2 of our introduction to the super strong climber and amazing personality, Philippe Ribiere gives you unprecedented insight into how he sees the world. Born with a disfiguring condition called Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, Philippe is a traveler and a loner but he is also one of the kindest, funniest, and most generous guys at any crag. We can all learn something from the way he approaches life.
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 Life Rolls On Foundation Life Rolls On Foundation
Jesse Billauer is the Founder and Executive Director/CEO of the Life Rolls On Foundation which is dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury through action sports.
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BLAKE LEEPER BLAKE LEEPER
Blake Leeper was born without lower legs and has been using prosthesis since he was a toddler. Unwilling to sit on the sidelines, he played cross-country, baseball and basketball in middle and high school.
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 USAWP Presents: Weekends with Polo Buddies USAWP Presents: Weekends with Polo Buddies
It's perfect for younger kids who want to start to learn water polo, or kids with ADD, Asperger's, or any child who may want more individual instruction.
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Help bring Wheelchair Lacrosse to your area Help bring Wheelchair Lacrosse to your area
Reach out to WLUSA to bring Wheelchair Lacrosse to your area and help be a part of bringing this game to a new audience.
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Please Help Support Cow Harbor Warriors in their efforts to help Wounded Warriors Please Help Support Cow Harbor Warriors in their efforts to help Wounded Warriors
Please help this project! SSN Content Department is headed on Vacation while our Techies upgrade the back end. Be back on the 25th but please enjoy the thousands of Videos and Articles on the site.
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Beyond Sight | Official Surfing Trailer Beyond Sight | Official Surfing Trailer
A film about a blind boy with a big dream to accomplish the unthinkable : To surf the biggest wave in the world.
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Father-Son Duo, Team Hoyt, Celebrates 37 Years of Inspiring Teamwork Father-Son Duo, Team Hoyt, Celebrates 37 Years of Inspiring Teamwork
News by Guest Rick Reilly
The real story of a inspirational love between a father and a son
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Carl Joseph - An Inspirational Sports Story for the Ages Carl Joseph - An Inspirational Sports Story for the Ages
News by Author Unknown
Carl's unprecedented exploits have been memorialized in this video, using old game footage that had been lost to Carl for the last 29 years. The video shows why he was a legend in his own time
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 Bobby Lane: The Roundhouse Cutback Bobby Lane: The Roundhouse Cutback
Rehabilitation of wounded soldiers often includes physical training, psychological therapy, medication and more—but it isn't always enough.
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Inspirational Stories Inspirational Stories
Nico was born with only one leg, but he's done more with it than most people do with two. He plays soccer, wrestles, has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, and lives his life like any other person, without limitations.
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Miracle League lets kids with disabilities play ball Miracle League lets kids with disabilities play ball
The inspiring story behind the special baseball league started for disabled kids.
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 God's Perfection God's Perfection
News by Rabbi Paysach Krohn - A True Story
"God's Perfection," the Story of Shaya, the Learning-Disabled Boy Who Hit The Grand-Slam Home-Run
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Bethany Hamilton was on fire at the Surf n Sea Pipeline Women's Pro Bethany Hamilton was on fire at the Surf n Sea Pipeline Women's Pro
News by Press Release
First Win in Ten Years - VIDEOS
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Field of Play: Awakening to the truth of the Paralympics Field of Play: Awakening to the truth of the Paralympics
News by Guest Blogger Scott Russell
Following my return from Russia and the Olympic spectacle, I honestly thought the subsequent broadcast of the Paralympic Winter Games from Sochi was going to be a grind. I was never more wrong.
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Mac Marcoux wins 2nd Paralympic bronze in super-G Mac Marcoux wins 2nd Paralympic bronze in super-G
A major technical glitch couldn't keep the youngest member of the Canadian Paralympic team from winning another medal. Mac Marcoux, just 16 years old, won his second bronze in as many days on Sunday, finishing third in the men’s visually impaired super-G on Sunday.
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The U.S. has won three medals after the first day of the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi. The U.S. has won three medals after the first day of the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi.
US Paralympics team takes home medals as games open in Sochi
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Putin opens Paralympics as Crimea crisis rages across sea Putin opens Paralympics as Crimea crisis rages across sea
Russian President Vladimir Putin opened the Winter Paralympics in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on Friday, an opportunity for people with disabilities to triumph but overshadowed by the crisis in Ukraine.
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 Prince Harry: We Stole American Warrior Games Idea Prince Harry: We Stole American Warrior Games Idea
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Preview ahead of Wings for Life charity run Preview ahead of Wings for Life charity run
The Wings for Life World Run is an entirely new type of event never before seen or undertaken in either running or any other sporting field. Why?
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An inspirational quadriplegic surfer - Barney Miller: A day in the life An inspirational quadriplegic surfer - Barney Miller: A day in the life
News by Press Release
Wings for Life World Run Ambassador, Barney Miller, gives an inside look into what his daily life is like living with a spinal cord injury.
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Paralympics leaders hoping for peace during Winter Games  Paralympics leaders hoping for peace during Winter Games
Leaders of the Paralympics expressed hopes Saturday for a peaceful outcome in Ukraine after Russia executed a de facto military takeover of the Crimea region as athletes arrived in nearby Sochi for next week's start of the Winter Paralympics.
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Wounded Warriors' Stories Resonate With Army, Furman, Catholic Wounded Warriors' Stories Resonate With Army, Furman, Catholic
News by SSN Staff
Ben Harrow, an Army lacrosse player who lost both legs below the knee in combat, shared his story with Army, Furman and Catholic lacrosse players.
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New York Sled Rangers Gives Wheelchair-Bound Kids A Chance To Play Hockey New York Sled Rangers Gives Wheelchair-Bound Kids A Chance To Play Hockey
News by CBS News Cindy Hsu
Mostly everyone is pretty sick of the freezing weather, but there’s one group of determined kids that certainly still is enjoying it.
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Amazing Adventurer Story Amazing Adventurer Story
He was born without legs, but not without determination, photographer, writer and television host to Kevin Michael Connolly.
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High School Hero Ambassador Sarah T. High School Hero Ambassador Sarah T.
SSN Salutes our H.S. Athlete of the Week. As a deaf high school student, she serves as a liaison between the hearing and deaf worlds while excelling in school, volleyball and water polo.
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Runner, Interrupted - One of our longer articles but so worth the read!! Runner, Interrupted - One of our longer articles but so worth the read!!
News by Frank Bures; Image by Joe Pugliese
Running took him from Kenya to Alaska, and gave him a shot at a better life. But then Marko Cheseto disappeared during a run one snowy winter night, and when he stumbled out of the woods 55 hours later, his frozen feet could not be saved. Who was he now?
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Rather be Dead than Disabled? Rather be Dead than Disabled?
News by Jonathan Field
If you’re American, 52% of you said yes…
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Breaking Aspergers Through Geocaching - Texas Parks and Wildlife Breaking Aspergers Through Geocaching - Texas Parks and Wildlife
It can be a debilitating health disorder for many people. Asperger syndrome, part of the autism spectrum, primarily affects one's social life, but one woman discovered a way to break through her disorder through Geocaching, a sort of treasure hunt in the outdoors using just a smart phone or GPS device.
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'King of the Royal Flush' Clean-shaven Prince Harry ribbed by The Wire's Dominic West 'King of the Royal Flush' Clean-shaven Prince Harry ribbed by The Wire's Dominic West
News by Richard Palmer and Kelby McNally
PRINCE Harry was reunited today with wounded veterans who joined him on a trek to the South Pole and was hailed by actor Dominic West as the King of the Royal Flush.
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The masters swimmer who broke her neck - and came back stronger The masters swimmer who broke her neck - and came back stronger
News by Theresa Wallace
After a freak accident, Lynn Marshall's career was written off by doctors. But they hadn't counted on the doggedness of Canada's greatest ever masters swimmer
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Swimming: the perfect disabled workout Swimming: the perfect disabled workout
News by The Swimming Blog
I used to find swimming a bore, but an arthritis diagnosis led me back to the pool – where I rediscovered a truly egalitatian, inclusive form of exercise
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Surfers' paradise beckons thanks to SwansAid Surfers' paradise beckons thanks to SwansAid
Disabled surfers can look forward to new opportunities thanks to grant from Swansea City
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Extreme wheelchair athlete impresses in amazing freestyle show Extreme wheelchair athlete impresses in amazing freestyle show
Extreme wheelchair athlete impresses in amazing freestyle show
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Scout Bassett - One step at a time Scout Bassett - One step at a time
Kids often ask Scout Bassett, of Palm Desert, California, if she wishes she had two normal legs. Bassett, 18, answers, “No. I have never known anything different, and it would seem weird to me.
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GOALBALL- Paralympic Sport GOALBALL- Paralympic Sport
Goalball is a team sport for athletes who are blind or have a visual impairment and is played with a ball with bells inside.
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Schools must provide sports for disabled, US says Schools must provide sports for disabled, US says
News by Press Release
Students with disabilities must be given a fair shot to play on a traditional sports team or have their own leagues, the Education Department says.
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No fear: Blind skiers take to Western slopes No fear: Blind skiers take to Western slopes
News by THOMAS PEIPERT
Taking a deep breath, Wally Mozdzierz points his skis down the icy slope and leans forward. He hears the snow crunch and feels the contours change beneath him as he glides swiftly down the mountain, his guide following close behind.
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'Armed & Ready' Hosted by Kevin Michael Connolly 'Armed & Ready' Hosted by Kevin Michael Connolly
News by Sara Bibel
Kevin Michael Connolly was born without legs, but that's never stopped him from taking on all kinds of crazy global adventures. He's Armed & Ready.
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"Jack's Heat" - A Story of Love & the Power of a Team
News by Clarence Gaines
"They are trying to keep me safe. If I fall down, they got my back." WATCH HIS INSPIRING VIDEO
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Oregon Teen Becomes First Person With Down Syndrome Oregon Teen Becomes First Person With Down Syndrome
News by Buzzfeed.com
To Reach Mount Everest Base Camp Fifteen-year-old Eli Reimer, his father and a group of friends made the two-week, 70-mile hike to raise money and awareness for disabled children.
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