Non-profit helps athletes with disabilities train for the Paralympics


Adaptive Action Sports is not sitting on the sidelines when it comes to helping athletes with disabilities improve at their game. Executive Director and Co-Founder Daniel Gale is proud to offer camps and training for athletes interested in stand-up paddle boarding, snowboarding, mountain biking, and skateboarding. Zach Miller, a 20-year-old para snowboarder with cerebral palsy, has been training with Adaptive Action Sports for six months. His goal is to compete in the 2022 Beijing Winter Games. Gale is proud of all the athletes who train at the non-profit, including Zach. “My goal with all of the athletes is to really, genuinely improve quality of life. If we can do that through putting them on the U.S. team, that’s awesome,” he said.

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