Another great year with Special Olympics as skiers and snowboarders of all types and abilities had a chance to race this year. Separate events were held for children and adults and a great time was had by all.
NAASA’s Executive Director, Alexander Davenport is training and teaching in Portillo, Chile. Ski Portillo, located two hours northeast of Santiago and is a world renowned ski resort. Although the natural snowfall has been much less than average this season, Alex is taking advantage of training and teaching with some of the best technical skiers in […]
Patience Beard is 24 year old graduate from University of Arkansas with a degree in Communication. She was born with Proximal focal femoral deficiency which resulted in having a below knee amputation. She moved to Phoenix last year from Colorado. She heard about our adaptive program at the Arizona Snowbowl from an adaptive program in Colorado. […]
Traditionally, students receive two training sessions for two hours each prior to the competition. We are currently exploring the possibility of doubling the training sessions. It will take coordination between the organization and the athletes, and some dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in being a ski or snowboard partner please contact Alex at Adaptive@arizonasnowbowl.com
Northern Arizona Adaptive Sports is proud to announce their partnership with Arizona Snowbowl, Arizona Adaptive Sports and the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center in its participation of SkiAble on February 11th, 12th and 13th! SkiAble is an annual event in the mountains of Arizona for individuals with permanent physical disabilities. The cooperative program provides an opportunity […]