I remember the night I sat in my room to watch the athlete winner video online and cried when I saw it was me. It was happening. My dreams were actually coming true.
I am definitely ready for this cast to be a thing of the past. I have never been so limited to what I can do on a daily basis. Loosing my arm was much easier than this injury. I get myself around on a scooter where I am able to let my left leg kneel.
We are now a week out from the Dixie Games and training is everything right now. You know, Iâ€™m a strong believer in thinking that everything happens for a reason but sometimes it takes me a while to find that reason. On Tuesday, April 28th, I fractured my 5th metatarsal in my left foot.
Tedious does not even begin to describe what it takes to become a part of the U.S. Paralympic team. Aside from training there are countless registration forms, fees, emails and applications to fill out. If Iâ€™m not training, Iâ€™m doing work on getting everything settled for each event and each license needed. I have been […]
With a new personal record of 19 meters my mind quickly turns to higher numbers. World Championships this year for the Paralympics will be held in Qatar during the month of October. To qualify for this event I must throw a minimum of 22 meters.
This is my first of many blog posts that are to come. I want to thank you guys for taking the time to visit my site and wanting to stick along for this ride I call life.