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Félix Dion est un jeune homme de 17 ans atteint de paralysie cérébrale. Malgré son handicap, il pratique le ski adapté depuis l’âge de neuf ans. L’an dernier, il a subi une opération aux jambes qui l’a empêché de dévaler les pentes... read on
On March 4th, 2012, CTV's Power Of One aired a report on the Adaptive Sports Foundation.
To view the report, click here "March 4, 2012: Amputee finds a way to allow disabled to enjoy the slopes"
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On February 6, 2012, Télé-Québec aired a segment featuring two injured soldiers, Captain Christian Maranda and Corporal Dominic Larocque, from the Soldier On program who are competing in adaptive kayaking and sledge hockey respectively. Both of these injured soldiers have participated in past Soldier On Fests organized by the Adaptive Sports Foundation.
To view the segment, click here:
On September 18th, 2011, a team of 4 disabled athletes from the Adaptive Sports Foundation rolled in the Canada Army Run 5K in Ottawa. The event is in support of the Soldier On program and military families. Way to go Team ASF!
To read more on the Canada Army Run, please visit: www.armyrun.ca.
The Adaptive Sports Foundation is pleased with the success of Captain Christian Maranda, who won the gold medal in PaddleAbility at the Canadian championships in adaptive kayaking, a few weeks ago in Ontario. The military captain took part in the Soldier On Fest for injured soldiers, July 23rd and 24th at Camp Massawippi, and he immediately started training after the event. Congratulations Christian!