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May 2011 Table of Contents


Although winning is at the top of the list of goals for this young group of athletes, they don't keep track of individual medals—the team is what matters.

Start Your Engines...

Many people like to drive their vehicles very fast. However, only a few can get away with it legally.

Adventure Awaits

The outdoors has proven to be strong medicine that helps everyone become better physically, mentally, and socially.

Trail Blazer

This outdoor enthusiast's ingenuity, determination, and passion are making a difference in the world of handcycling and adaptive sports.

Speed Demon

The National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic has affected many people, but one in particular can credit the event as a life-changing experience.

Odd Couple

These hockey teammates may come from different backgrounds, but they share the same competitive edge that makes them successful athletes.

Also in this issue:


bulletUSQRA inducts Eddie Crouch and Joe Soares into Hall of Fame.
bulletDoug Roof of RHI Indy Brawlers dies.


bulletCajun Classic winners include Nicolas Peifer, Sharon Walraven, and David Wagner.
bulletStephane Houdet clinches third Pensacola Open title.


bullet2011 Japan Para Ice Sledge Hockey Championships take place in Nagano, Japan.
bulletEarthquake shakes hockey event.
bulletNew York Rangers Sled Hockey Team showcases its sport during NHL game.


bulletBluegrass Invitational hosts eight Championship teams and ten Division III squads.
bulletIntercollegiate Division crowns University of Alabama and University of Wisconsin.


bulletPVA U.S. Open Bass Tournament in Florida attracts great competitors and big fish.
bulletBass Tour pairs anglers and partners seeking the biggest fish.


bulletThe U.S Handcycling Federation's Melbourne Marathon kicks off an exciting handcycling season.
bulletNew faces attend the Las Vegas Invitational bowling tournament.
bulletTeam USA finishes seventh overall at the World Wheelchair Curling Championship.
bulletRacers brought a range of experience to the Redlands Bicycle Classic.


bulletDiamond Billiards in Midlothian, Va., is the new upscale host of the Virginia Mid-Atlantic PVA 9-Ball Classic.


bulletArizona PVA Trapshoot winners are Jim Russell, Chris Ewer, and Ed Hutchison.
bulletGreat Britain dominates the first IPC Shooting World Cup event of the year.
bulletTraveling with firearms presents issues.


bulletChris Kaag's physical fitness program is open to all.
bulletThree-time Paralympian Will Groulx leads U.S. rugby team.

Health & Fitness

bulletMedication can cause side effects while people are exercising.


bulletTelluride Adaptive Sports Program organizes skiing and snowboarding camps.
bulletWomen's sports are increasing in competitiveness.
bulletWounded Warrior Project announces national tour schedule
bulletThe national sailing team comprised of Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls is revealed.
bulletSummer-time sports included at National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic.
bulletWilderness Inquiry trips include adventures in Yellowstone and Black Hills of South Dakota.
bulletYouth workshop in El Salvador features five Paralympic sports.
bulletU.S. Olympic Committee receives grants to enhance recreation and sporting activities for disabled veterans.


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