Olympic Champion Freeskier David Wise’s Sister Christy Lost Her Leg, And Now She Has Paralympic Dreams
Lisa Costantini Jan. 28, 2016
Christy, who hopes to one day compete at the same Games as David, recounts the night she lost her leg.
Paralympic Athletes Journey To Aspen For 2016 Winter X Games
Joe Clarke Jan. 28, 2016
Buttermilk Mountain is set to host the 20th rendition of the Winter X Games as ten members of the U.S. Paralympic team compete.
Three Things To Know Ahead Of The 2016 IPC Nordic Skiing Asian Cup
Brianna Tammaro Jan. 27, 2016
Key in on the top storylines before Team USA hits the snow in PyeongChang
Team USA Is The Top-Ranked Nation In Paralympic Cycling – And Has Big Plans For Rio
Neil Reid Jan. 26, 2016
The U.S. won 30 medals at the track and road world championships in 2015
Amy Purdy Seeks Balance Towards Pyeongchang 2018
Giuseppe Di Florio | For the IPC Jan. 25, 2016
The Paralympic bronze medalist and celebrity wants to find a way to compete, while at the same time spreading her story
U.S. National Sled Team Wins 2016 World Sled Hockey Challenge
USA Hockey Jan. 25, 2016
Pauls scores overtime winner vs. Canada as Team USA defends 2015 title
U.S. Paralympics Alpine Skiing Social Recap: January 15-23
U.S. Paralympics Jan. 21, 2016
Follow Team USA as they globe trot in January on the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup circuit
Fatherhood Prepares Josh Sweeney For Next Chapter Of Sled Hockey Career
Clay Latimer Jan. 20, 2016
Seeney serves as U.S. team captain for the 2016 World Sled Hockey Challenge
Swimmers Make Strides and Break Records at Jimi Flowers Classic
Joe Clarke Jan. 17, 2016
While a light dusting of snow fell on the opening morning of the seventh annual Jimi Flowers Classic, the records were falling inside the pool.
Paralympic Swimming Community Celebrates Life Of Former Coach At Seventh Annual Jimi Flowers Classic
Joe Clarke Jan. 15, 2016
The seventh installment of the Jimi Flowers Classic will take place January 16-17 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.