Muffy Davis


  • 1998
  • 2002
  • 2012
Name: Muffy Davis
Sport: Para Cycling
Event: Handcycling
Current Residence: Salt Lake City, UT
College: Stanford University

Paralympic Experience:
  • 2012 Paralympic Games, gold (team relay, individual time trial, individual road race)
  • 2002 Paralympic Games, three Silver medals
  • 1998 Paralympic Games, Bronze medal

Career Highlights:

  • 2010 Women's National Handcycle Time Trial Title
  • 2010 Three Silver medals at Paracycling World Championships and earned a place on the U.S. Paracycling Team
  • 2004 IOC Presidents Disable Athlete Award
  • 2002 Paralympic Games, three Silver medals Salt Lake City, UT
  • 2002 Endurance Sports Disabled Athlete of the Year
  • 2002 Most Inspirational Athlete, Challenged Athletes Foundation
  • 2001-2002 Overall World Cup Title
  • 2000 World Champion in Giant Slalom, Anzere, Switzerland
  • 1998 Bronze medal in Nagano, Japan Paralympic Games

Fun Facts: Muffy is an accomplished adventurer and world traveler. In 2002 she became the first female paraplegic mountaineer to summit a peak over 14,000’ when she successfully climbed California’s Mt. Shasta with three other paraplegics using a device called a SnowPod. Since then, she has successfully climbed Colorado’s Pikes Peak two times in her wheelchair.

Learn more: 
US Para Cycling

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