The HERO Blog – Adaptive Sports Stories

Montrose Olathe Adaptive Sports & ‘The Movement’

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Montrose Olathe Adaptive Sports Program will host a benefit screening of Make A Hero’s award-winning winter adaptive sports film ‘The Movement’ at 2 Rascals Brewing Co. 147 North 1st Street, Montrose, CO 81401 on Thursday, March 27th, 2014. Doors open at 4 pm, chili dinner (vegetarian as well) plus corn bread & salad at 5 pm, …

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UPDATE: Veteran Jesse Murphree & Jasper – A Hero’s Thank You!

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Dear Family, Friends & Supporters, We are proud to announce that your fundraising efforts, on behalf of veteran Jesse Murphree & his trained companion dog Jasper, have allowed us to deliver the remaining balance of funds owed to Jasper’s trainer! The timing is phenomenal, as Jesse, Jasper & his wife Ashlee depart on their cross-country …

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‘The Current’ & ReelAbilities Film Festival New York, March 5th

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‘The Current’ EPIX trailer

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Bethany Hamilton, Story of a Hero – ‘The Current’ Film

Bethany Hamilton

“I am glad to get involved with ‘Make A Hero’ and ‘The Current’ movie because I love to share the importance of staying active, healthy and having fun, no matter your physical limitations. Also, I love the ocean – to me, it’s a gift from God – and I know that it has played a unique role in …

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Grant Korgan – Story of a Hero: ‘The Current’ Film

Posted By: The HERO Blog on Feb 13, 2014 in Grant Korgan
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“My recovery is based on the belief that miracles are within all of us.  I believe that when people shed the weight of their own limitations, everything becomes possible. Through my recovery, I want to empower humanity to remember that we have the choice to live the highest version of ourselves, and that we can …

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Missy Franklin, Inspired by Adaptive Athletes – ‘The Current’ Film

Athlete Ambassador, Missy Franklin

In the summer of 2012, Missy Franklin leapt into the pool and in a matter of days made her “big splash.” Only seventeen years of age, Franklin won 5 medals in the London Olympiad. A World-Record holder, she has established herself on an elite stage and has quickly become a household name. One of America’s …

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Three Rivers Adaptive Sports & ‘The Movement’

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Three Rivers Adaptive Sports will host a benefit screening of Make A Hero’s award-winning winter adaptive sports film ‘The Movement’ at The Hollywood Theatre,1449 Potomac Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216 on Friday, March 7th, 2014. Doors open 7 pm, show starts 8 pm. Tickets: $25 or group rate 8 for $160. Please join TRAS for an evening of wine, hors …

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