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What It Takes: The Story of Jamie Brown

There are many ways you could describe Jamie Brown; animal lover, adventurer, and coach just to name a few. But above all else, he has always been an athlete. Brown began playing sports when he was five and hasn’t stopped since. Growing up, he played everything from...

Finding His Stride: The Story of Patrick Pressgrove

The sun shines and a breeze brushes across Patrick’s skin as his muscles begin to awake and remember his body’s stride. The sound of his carbon fiber feet hitting the pavement below has found its familiar rhythm. Now his attention turns to his breathing. In and out....

The Sting of An Unreasonable No

“I’m convinced you can’t really be an advocate until you have personally felt the sting of an unreasonable no, the rejection of a perfectly rational argument with a dismissive ’So what,’ and have learned first-hand that the issue is power - power someone has that you...

Disability Inclusion at Specialized Bicycle Components: What can I do?

Taking a stand on disability inclusion doesn’t have to be a daunting task. In many cases, it can begin with asking the simple question: “What can I do?” This four-part series is dedicated to a great friend and leader who asked himself that very question and created a ripple effect at his company, Specialized Bicycle Components.

“1500 Miles” Honored By Two Leading Film Festivals

“1500 MILES:” ULTRATRIATHLON DOCUMENTARY SHORT CELEBRATES AMPUTEE ATHLETIC TRIUMPH   Film Honored by Sonoma International Film Festival and Receives Best Documentary Award at Taos Shortz Film FestivalFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- A film chronicling the accomplishments...

Introducing 1500 Miles, the documentary

Nicole faces challenges that any able-bodied athlete would; fatigue, pain, even fear, but she also has unique issues that make it even more incredible for her to attempt this massive endeavor. The story is bigger than just the journey. It’s about Nicole pushing...

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