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Brittany Martin

Art Torrey is taking adaptive climbing to new heights

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Meet Steve Doudt

Steve Doudt talks about being an NWBA referee and his more than 17 year relationship with wheelchair basketball


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The University of Arizona's Josh Wheeler pushes through Heat 360's defenders Ernie Chun (4) and Nick Springer (9) during the USQRA Wheelchair Rugby National Championships in Phoenix, Ariz. (Photo by Christopher Di Virgilio).

May 2018 Table of Contents

Wild Winter Paralympics

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Paralympics provided plenty of redemption stories and a handful of highlight-reel finishes

On The Rocks

Adaptive rock climbing offers a variety of obstacles for the mind and body

Out of Bounds

Backcountry Powder Camp takes advanced adaptive skiers way beyond the ropes in northwest Montana

Going For The Green

Specially designed carts and a handful of organizations make it easy for people with disabilities to get into the swing of adaptive golf

Also in this issue:

My Opinion - Nothing But Net

A look back at the birth of wheelchair basketball

People - Basketball Brings Mother & Son Together

The Extra Point - NWBA Hall of Fame Class

The winningest international coach in NWBA history and the epitome of the athlete-turned-coach headline the NWBA Hall of Fame class of 2018

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