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1911 11th Street Boulder CO 80302 USA
To improve people's lives by creating physical adaptive sports communities built to inspire.
Paradox sports hosted 39 successful participant-based events in 2014 totaling 71 days of programming involving 322 participants with physical disabilities and 180 community volunteers. We published the first of its kind, comprehensive adaptive climbing manual. Paradox sports had our first film accepted and premiered at two film festivals, mountainfilm in telluride co and the adventure film festival in boulder co. We proudly sponsored paradox sports ambassador and below knee amputee, craig demartino, to compete in the paraclimbing world championships in gijon, spain. Craig earned a bronze medal in the male lower extremity category. The american team of 14 men and women collected seven medals total in the finals, many of whom are friends, ambassadors, and past participants of paradox sports including our board member, maureen beck, an arm amputee, who took home gold in her category. Paradox sports gained media attention again this year including features on abc, national fox news, npr, travel channel, several magazines, and many local newspapers.
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I continue to meet the patients, staff and international volunteers who are part of International Midwife Assistance's health... more »
When I first found out that my daughter had a hearing loss over 11 years ago, Hands and Voices was there to help, support and... more »
This place is terrible. They are rude, disrespectful and uncaring. You will feel even worse than you did walking in. Steer clear. more »
It is with great sadness that I acknowledge the closure of the Boulder College of Massage Therapy by DPOS (Division of Private... more »
Agree with the previous reviewer...I actually met the founder Sean a few times and he seems very self centered. I would truly... more »