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Surfer's Healing - Turning Pint Surfer's Healing - Turning Pint
Founded by Izzy and Danielle Paskowitz, who have an autsitc child, Surfers Healing is an organization where top surfers provide therapeutic surfing for children who suffer from autism.
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One man's struggle to transcend. One man's struggle to transcend.
Michael, with his disability, finds his natural self through surfing
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Introducing: Ismael Araya - Costa Rica Surf Coach Introducing: Ismael Araya - Costa Rica Surf Coach
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Ismael is an amazing surfer from Costa Rica, and an amazing Surf Coach as well. He will be working with our team, training, and giving expert surfing advice. Here is Ismael's story!
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 Windsurfer Baptiste Gossein, a truly inspiring characters Windsurfer Baptiste Gossein, a truly inspiring characters
Despite a terrible accident in 2009 that resulted in paralysis, former windsurfing pro Baptiste Gossein’s inspirational character has kept him the lineup at Teahupoo as local legend and world-renowned big-wave surfer Raimana Van Bastolaer’s jet ski driver.
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Life Rolls On WheelChair Rail Jam Life Rolls On WheelChair Rail Jam
The Rail Jam that took place at the end of the Life Rolls On: They Will Skate Again event at the Venice Beach skatepark. Aaron Fotheringham and Jonathon Stark are among the wheelchair athletes going all out on this ramp to rail set up. SSN Salutes them>
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 Beyond Sight - The Derek Rabelo Story trailer Beyond Sight - The Derek Rabelo Story trailer
Despite being born blind Derek Rabeio decided he still wanted to surf and that he wanted to surf Pipeline. He embarked on a three-year journey of grueling mental, physical and spiritual training.
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"DERRICK COLEMAN" | Trust Your Power
The life of Derrick Coleman, Super Bowl Champion.
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Gear Up Florida 2014 Gear Up Florida 2014
Gear Up Florida was created with one mission in mind. To reach out to as many people as possible across the State of Florida, spreading a message of acceptance and understanding on behalf of people with disabilities. Gear Up Florida has served that mission well by creating an event that is touted as "The best two weeks of programming Push America has to offer."
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STILL RUNNING STILL RUNNING
‘Still/Running’ vividly chronicles how Wings for Life World Run ambassador Pieter du Preez overcame a tragic cycling accident – which left him paralysed from the chest down – to become the first ever C6 quadriplegic to complete an Iron Man triathlon.
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The Climb The Climb
We believe that "The Climb" shows how tenacity and willpower let us go beyond our limits. The Climb is an unbelievable challenge of a disabled athlete! You really can't miss this!
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Project Healing Waters Supports Wounded Veterans Project Healing Waters Supports Wounded Veterans
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Wounded veterans use fishing as a way of healing Wounded veterans use fishing as a way of healing
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Apostle Islands Adventure Apostle Islands Adventure
Push America embarked on an adventure to the Apostle Islands of Lake Superior for the launching of the Enabled Athlete Program. We were fortunate enough to be asked to capture this moment, as 22 participants came together and proved that through TEAMWORK, disability is removed. The Enabled Athlete program is designed to bring athletes with and without disabilities together through adventures and sports, check out more of the awesome stuff they are doing: pushamerica.org
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Cross country skier Brian McKeever wins Canada's first gold medal at Sochi Paralympics CTV News Cross country skier Brian McKeever wins Canada's first gold medal at Sochi Paralympics CTV News
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A surfer's optimism after tragic spinal cord injury - Brooke Thabit: A day in the life A surfer's optimism after tragic spinal cord injury - Brooke Thabit: A day in the life
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Wings for Life World Run ambassador Brooke Thabit shares her personal story of tragedy and her limitless hope for a medical breakthrough in spinal cord injuries. For the last year, this former surfer and outdoor enthusiast has been physically and mentally preparing for the day when she will walk again after a neck injury left her mostly paralyzed and wheelchair bound.
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What's Your Problem? Sport Doesn't Care - Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games What's Your Problem? Sport Doesn't Care - Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games
Sport doesn't care about abilities or disabilities. Sport makes no distinctions. All that matters is that you give your best to win. What's your problem? Sport Doesn't Care.
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ip #317 GoPro - What is Protune? ip #317 GoPro - What is Protune?
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The Human Condition The Human Condition
In fitness, adaptation produces strength. When changes are introduced, our bodies adapt, and we grow stronger. In the video below, Equinox member Jed McGiffin shares his story of adaptation. And even though no two bodies are the same, nor meet the same challenges, it’s our ability to respond that is distinctly human—we have this in common.
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Equest Center Therapy Trail dedicated Equest Center Therapy Trail dedicated
The Therapy Trail is filled with sensory-rich stations to help riders engage and interact with the environment.
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Since 1982, Freedom Hills, a non-profit organization, has been bringing horses and people with disabilities together. Since 1982, Freedom Hills, a non-profit organization, has been bringing horses and people with disabilities together.
Trending by SSN Salutes the work Freedom Hills
You can see it the first time they touch a horse. The first time they sit in the saddle. You can hear it in their laughter and see it in their faces.
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 Faces of the NCAA // Dalton Herendeen Faces of the NCAA // Dalton Herendeen
University of Indianapolis swimmer Dalton Herendeen, whose left leg was amputated just below the knee shortly after birth, explains how he's able to compete with able-bodied swimmers.
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The Blind Surfer The Blind Surfer
Blind and only 19 years old, Brazilian Derek Rabelo travels to Hawaii to surf one of the world's most dangerous waves.
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In Relentless Pursuit - Mike Powell In Relentless Pursuit - Mike Powell
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The only thing more impressive than Mike Powell's prodigious strength was his outsized bravado. Over the course of a few short weeks, the very thing that defined him - his strength - disappeared.
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2013 Adaptive Rock Climbing Clinic - Joshua Tree 2013 Adaptive Rock Climbing Clinic - Joshua Tree
Despite loosing his leg due to a congenital disorder, Ronnie flips the script on life and uses his situation as a tool to introduce others with physical disabilities to the world of rock climbing, push them beyond their limits and hopefully inspire others to do the same.
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Wounded warriors hit the ice Wounded warriors hit the ice
Wounded Warriors in Laurel, Maryland are sporting new uniforms- hockey jerseys and skates- and hitting the rink for what they call part of the physical and emotional healing process.
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