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How Colorado’s Copper Mountain Became The Premier Training Location For U.S. Olympic Skiers And Snowboarders
Woodward Copper and Copper Mountain are also training grounds for Adaptive Action Sports, an organization founded in 2005 by Daniel Gale and his partner, three-time Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy.
Jon Comer, who died in 2019, is considered the grandfather of adaptive skateboarding after being the first professional skateboarder with a prosthetic leg.
All players deserve a platform to shine. That’s why Logitech is proud to partner with Adaptive Action Sports for the Logitech G Adaptive Esports Tournaments.
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We believe that encouraging individuality and creativity builds independence and self-confidence. Our athletes challenge stereotypes and perceptions by participating, competing, and succeeding at the highest competitive levels. Keep up with us as we continue to empower communities, promote inclusivity, and create a world that it more open to possibilities.
Zach Miller of Adaptive Action Sports wins 2023 ESPY for “Best Athlete with a Disability.”
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