Adaptive Scuba Diving

David Hosick, Story of a Hero – ‘The Current’ Film

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A collegiate rugby player, David Hosick never thought he would be restrained from allowing his body to fully experience the enjoyment and freedom of sports. Today, despite suffering a severe accident in a rugby game, which left him paralyzed from the chest down with use of one arm but only partial use of the other, …

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Kris Gulden, Paradives.net, Hero Gallery Guest Authored Blog Post

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My name is Kris Gulden and I am honored to be writing for The HERO Blog. I was paralyzed in a car vs. bicycle accident when I was 31 years old. I have used a manual wheelchair for the past fifteen years. I’m damn lucky. My parents raised my brothers and me to be active …

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Adaptive Scuba Diving – World of Adaptive Sports

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Scuba diving is a trending activity within the world of adaptive sports. Scuba diving is commonly experienced in oceans (usually in tropical locations) as a way to observe sea life and reefs, as well as to enjoy the freedom of movement underwater. As stated in our blog post about recreational adaptive swimming the water is an …

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