ALACD Story: Disabled skiing - The real extreme

Publisher/Sponsor: 

Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability
Author/Presenter: 
Ann Bryan

Unstoppable. With a little help and some special equipment, disabled skiers head for the hills. Forget about jumping into 100 foot couloirs or pumping through the moguls at Mach 9. For real extreme skiing, try keeping up with Katie Paialunga in a sit-ski or Tyler Meredith wearing a blindfold.

From the Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability (ALACD) Story Archives

The ALACD ceased operations at the end of October 2015. It promoted, supported and enabled Canadians with disabilities to lead active, healthy lives. It provided nationally coordinated leadership, support, encouragement, promotion and information that facilitates healthy, active living opportunities for Canadians of all abilities across all settings and environments.

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