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Meet Team USA - Andrew Kurka
Courtney Cooper

Andrew Kurka talks about second chances, his love of skiing and his goals for PyeongChang.

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WCMX 2018

The WCMX & Adaptive Skate World Competition 2018 took place in Fontana, Calif. on April 6 and April 7. We caught up with SoCal WCMX and some a few riders to get the details.


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Photo of the week

Aaron "Wheelz" Fotheringham does a backflip in his wheelchair during his first place run at the 2018 WCMX & Adaptive Skate World Competition in Fontana, Calif. on April 7, 2018. (Photo by Courtney Cooper)

March 2018 Table of Contents

Tip-Off in the Bluegrass

The best teams, players and coaches return to Kentucky in April for the 70th National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament

Going For Gold In PyeongChang

A chance for a Team USA three-peat are among the stories to watch as the Paralympic Winter Games return to Korea

On Target

Adaptive archery offers a great combination of fun, challenges and rewards for all levels and ages

Also in this issue:

My Opinion - Disabilities in the DPRK

Democratic People's Republic of Korea and their role at the Winter Games

Innovations - Adaptive Athletic Clothing

Clothing that better serves the demands of wheelchair athletes

People - Spreading Wheelchair Basketball Across The Globe

One former University of Oregon high-jumper is heading to Afghanistan, Thailand, Gaza, South Sudan and Ethiopia to help spread the sport of wheelchair basketball

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