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  • Paradox Sports exists to create adaptive sports communities, and that means we rely on volunteers, participants, family members, staff, guides, board members, companies, and more to fulfill our mission. We have dozens of super volunteers –  people who go above and beyond to help us put on successful programs. One of those is Chad Volk, a […]

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  • This is a guest post by our friend Wayne Willoughby, an adventurer overcoming the struggles of Post Polio Syndrome: On Sept 15th, I met up with my friends Will Stanhope and Brad Ward for one of the best lines anywhere, Freeway, on the Chief in Squamish. The trail up to the base isn’t far from […]

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  • Craig DeMartino is a Paradox Ambassador and recently won 3rd place in the Men’s Leg Amputee Division of the IFSC Paraclimbing World Championship Spain. I mean I could just leave it at that and say, “we went to Spain to climb.” After training to get ready to climb in the World Paraclimbing Championships, stepping into another […]

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  • Paradox Sports’ mission is not just to lead programs and spread an adaptive climbing curriculum. All of our activities revolve around a greater goal to create communities in adaptive sports. As an organization, we cannot provide activities and teaching for every veteran and adaptive athlete, but we can spread awareness about organizations that share in […]

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  • We’ve had the pleasure of meeting and leading countless wonderful athletes over the years – people who inspire us to continue working hard on creating adaptive sports communities. A few of those athletes have recently placed at Paraclimbing Nationals in Atlanta, Georgia! They are working on finding a way to make it to Paraclimbing Worlds in Spain as […]

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  • This is a guest post by our friend Wayne Willoughby, an adventurer overcoming the struggles of Post Polio Syndrome: As someone who contracted Paralytic Polio at nine months of age, has been dealing with Post Polio Syndrome since before I was a teenager, and has had decades of major additional physical challenges to contend with, […]

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  • Some of you might recall Pablo, a bka amputee since 2009, from the Mountain Hardwear video that featured him and Matt Wilder climbing together in Boulder Canyon. Read below to find out about his first-ever trad lead! My friend Kevin and I were looking at getting on some stuff on the Rincon Wall but ended […]

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  •   Paradox Sports and Adaptive Adventures are hosting a Paralympic Game Night at Dave & Busters on Friday, March 7 starting at 6 p.m. This is a great way to meet people from the Front Range Adaptive Climbing Club and cheer on your favorite athletes competing in Sochi!   Go Heidi Jo Duce!!!!

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  • Before Heike Noller was injured in a rappelling accident in November 2013, she was a ski instructor, EMT and caregiver. As a result of her accident, she fractured her pelvis, T-11 spinal cord and had her left leg amputated below the knee. Due to insurance complications, she is not able to be fitted for a […]

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  • Last week, Timmy, Pete and Sarah set out to Salt Lake City for Outdoor Retailer Winter Market – and they CRUSHED! Between our semi-annual happy hour with Native Eyewear, the All-Star Industry Jam and the support of individual donors, we raised over $4k and signed-up 40 new Paradox Sports members, including a couple people who […]

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