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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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    At 4:30 am, having been on the mountain for over three hours, the sun rose above the clouds. We kicked crampons into snow and ice, sweating amply on the up and thus interacting with water in all its forms. We were on our summit push and the third day of our Paradox Sports Mt. Rainier […]

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    The May 16th fund raiser at Movement Climbing + Fitness was a sweet and wet success. Despite the rain, we had hundreds of revelers toasting the release of Paradox Sports’ new Adaptive Climbing manual, on the heels of the previous days CWA adaptive climbing workshop. Our pals at New Belgium brought multiple flavors of their […]

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    The warm weather has arrived, and Paradox Sports is excited for a jammed packed summer of adventures! We have an incredible line up of events for this season, all of which you can find on the Paradox Calendar. Here are our Top Ten picks: 1 Mt. Rainier Veterans Ascent* July 1st- 7th: Starting on Tuesday […]

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    Paradox Sports has been nominated for a $25,000 grant through TNF ExploreFund to host Adaptive Climbing Clinics around the US!! Vote now & vote daily until July 18th to help Paradox Sports grow and thrive through this amazing opportunity! Thank you!

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    Join us for our annual spring fundraiser on Friday, May 16 at Movement Climbing + Fitness! Party with a purpose to celebrate Paradox Sports and the rapidly growing adaptive climbing community. The fun begins at 6 p.m. with gourmet food trucks, delicious beer (courtesy of New Belgium), games, silent and live auctions, an adaptive climbing […]

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    Calling all Paradox Athletes!! The 2014 International Climbers’ Festival in Lander, WY wants to host adaptive climbers and their friends! Along with offering a Paradox clinic (description below), all adaptive athletes can register through Paradox at a “buy one get one free” rate. Sign up for the Festival, and your climbing partner comes free! Here’s […]

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    The Boulder Rock Club will host a SCS Youth Climbing Competition on Saturday, April 12 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be a paraclimbing competition during the second wave that is open to adaptive youth climbers of all skill levels. Please visit http://boulderrockclub.com/programs/boulder-climbing-series for competition rules and registration details. Cost: Pre-registraion (March 18 […]

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    Don’t miss Sean O’Neill speak about his latest adventures in adaptive climbing on Saturday, March 29 at College Get Outside Weekend, College Outside’s flagship weekend, where college students get the opportunity to spend the weekend with leaders from other outing clubs in the region. The weekend is jam-packed with rock climbing in Rumney, hiking to mountain tops and […]

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    Sean O’Neill Climbing into His Greatness by Allen Crabtree Philosopher Robert Tew once said “It doesn’t matter what happens to you. What matters is what are you going to do about it? Are you going to complain and shrink or are you going to step into your greatness?” This could well describe Sean O’Neill’s approach […]

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