Lucas Currier Sets Sail With JB’s Keys to DMD Adaptive Sailing Program

Athletes Roll is always interested to talk with adaptive athletes to learn more about the sports they play.  As summer winds down, we’d like to share our conversation with Lucas Currier about adaptive sailing. Lucas Currier is 17 years old and has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.  He is an avid sports fan and loves to watch and […]

Accessibility is Par for the Course at Chuckster’s

Earlier this month, a group of family and I went to Chuckster’s in Hooksett, NH to play mini-golf. This is significant because I use a power wheelchair to get around, and until recently I didn’t know I could play mini-golf in my chair. There are two full, 18-hole courses at Chuckster’s, and one of them […]

Handcycling the World

Athletes Roll chatted with Doug Ewing who participated in Southern New Hampshire University’s Human Library event this week. At this event, Doug was one of thirteen people who shared their life experiences through one-on-one conversations, acting as “books” in a library. His talk was titled “Living Life with a Disability – Handcycling the World”.  Doug […]

Sport Spotlight: Sled Hockey

As spring rolls around, the snow starts to melt (hopefully!) and the birds start chirping again. But before the winter season wrapped up, Athletes Roll got a glimpse into one of the most exciting winter sports: Sled Hockey. When I think of hockey, my mind jumps to a mix of aggression and finesse. To be […]