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Crouse Blog Kick Off

Kicking off my BLOG with an introduction to myself and my sport. I am Greg Crouse and this is my sport, one man rudderless outrigger canoe. I am a Representative Athlete for Team Possabilities, as well as a member of the USA Canoe/Kayak Adaptive National Team. I want to make sure that I say, that I feel so fortunate and blessed to be apart of the inaugural group of athletes to start a new chapter in the Team Possabilities history. I plan to make the most of my opportunities [...]

Category: Greg CrouseComments: 0Post Date: January 24, 2013

Annual Wheelchair Drive

Loma Linda University PossAbilities to host wheelchair and walker collection drive LOMA LINDA, CA – Sept. 28, 2012 – Loma Linda University PossAbilities is hosting a wheelchair and walker collection drive to benefit Joni and Friends Wheels for the World. Drop off any new or used non-electric wheelchairs, canes or walkers between 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28, at the PossAbilities office, 25455 Barton Rd., Suite 109A, Loma Linda, Calif. 92354. Electric wheelchairs cannot be accepted due to [...]

Category: NewsComments: 0Post Date: September 18, 2012

Overcoming Challenges

Physically-challenged athletes will compete alongside their able-bodied counterparts – and raise much-needed funds along the way – at the upcoming Loma Linda University PossAbilities Triathlon. About 600 athletes are expected to participate in the Loma Linda University PossAbilities Triathlon, presented by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a 5k run/walk/roll and kids’ triathlon set for April 29, at Loma Linda University Drayson Center. The triathlon celebrates its 10th year, and its first year as a fundraising event that will benefit [...]

Category: NewsComments: 0Post Date: April 25, 2012

10th Anniversary PossAbilities Triathlon

Register Online – Date: Sunday, April 29, 2012 @ 7:00 AM Address Loma Linda Drayson Center 25040 Stewart St Loma Linda, CA Registration Closing Date Thursday, April 26, 2012 @ 11:59 PM PST Brief Description **Course will be the same as last year** Adult Tri: 3.1 mile run, 11 mile bike, 150 yard swim. 5K: 3.1 miles Kids TRI: 1/2 mile run and bike, 25 yard swim. $3000 total prize purse for CHALLENGED ATHLETES. Early packet pickup Drayson Center soccer field 4/28/12 from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. ADULTS Day of event, registration opens [...]

Category: NewsComments: 4Post Date: April 23, 2012

Disabled athletes should inspire us

Carrie Finale of Pacifica, a member of Team PossAbilities and a competitor in the handcycling competition at this weekend’s Redlands Bicycle Classic. REDLANDS — To those of us with four healthy, functioning limbs, these cycles might look funny or weird at first glance. They’re long, low to the ground, meant for the rider to recline and not sit upright, and can be propelled by the hands just as well as by the feet. Maybe we’re the ones who should take a [...]

Category: Press ReleasesComments: 0Post Date: March 24, 2012

Handcycling becoming a welcome staple of the Classic

Matt McLeod, Redlands Daily Facts Redlands Daily Facts Posted: REDLANDS — It took months for Delmon Dunston to feel human again. The 33-year-old Riverside native will never forget the moment that first changed his life. The date was July 14, 2000, and Dunston was wrestling at a local gym when he shattered his C6 vertebra. It was an injury that would leave him unable to walk ever again. Cooped up inside his house, stuck inside a wheelchair he’d grown to hate, it wasn’t until [...]

Category: Press ReleasesComments: 1Post Date: March 21, 2012