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Who’s Your Hero Tour

“Do You Really Want to See?”

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“You should write a children’s book on the climb,” my mother said to me the Christmas after I reached the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro. I responded, “I can’t imagine when I could ever find the emotional space to write a children’s book.” Just a few days later, back at home, […]

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We Are Olympians (Huffington Post Blog- by Chris Waddell)

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You might think that it was an Olympic tribute, but it wasn’t, though now that I decided to write about it, I guess I will turn it into an Olympic tribute. I spent Friday at Deer Valley trying to ski like Ted Ligety. All day I tried to get my […]

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Paralympian Chris Waddell Of One Revolution Announces Plans For A West Coast Rolling Tour In 2013

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Plans were recently announced for a 2013 West Coast cycling tour by Paralympic hall of famer Chris Waddell, founder of One Revolution. The philanthropic cycling team expects to cover more than 1,400-miles from Seattle to San Diego this fall. Making educational presentations at schools along the route to promote a […]

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A thought for Thanksgiving

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The sticker on my car is there without my consent. While I was finishing my bike tour of the West Coast I received a text message, with a photo, from a friend, to whom I had loaned my car. He’d had right foot surgery and couldn’t drive with his feet […]

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Chris Waddell Completes 1,500-Mile Ride to Turn Perceptions of Disability Upside Down

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PARK CITY, Utah (November, 2013) – Riding in a handcycle, just inches off the ground, Chris Waddell recently completed a ride from Seattle, WA to San Diego, CA, as a part of the One Revolution Foundation Who’s Your Hero Tour. Connecting communities and celebrating stories of resilience, integrity and community, […]

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Hoping for Better but at Least Getting to Share

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Okay, so there’s definitely disappointment when the sun is out, the view is spectacular and I didn’t ride. The last couple of days have been rough. Leaving San Francisco I couldn’t believe how bad I felt. My derailleur had an issue that made every crank at least fifty percent more […]

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From Talking to Riding

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It’s 5:45am and still dark. I haven’t ridden since last Wednesday as we’ve done presentations in Santa Rosa, Napa, San Francisco and even Park City (a one-night flight near home but not to my house). We sampled many wines and seen lots of friends. I even had to contemplate giving […]

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Tribute to Rick Finkelstein

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Earlier this week I read an article on Bode Miller, in which he said, “It’s a perishable process, being a ski racer.” As I tribute my friend Rick Finklestein, who lost his battle with cancer this week, I don’t think that he would have minded me quoting Bode. The death […]

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Rumble Strips

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It had to happen. I’ve been on the road since September 5th. I’ve had hard days along the way, but this was a really bad day. The day started with a series of one-finger salute hills stacked like dominoes. Give me a twelve to fifteen mile an hour hill for […]

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Here Comes the Sun

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I think it was Bob Hope, who said about his golf game, “I shoot in the low 80’s. If it gets any hotter I don’t go out.” That’s the way I envisioned my days after I retired from competitive skiing, though obviously in the other direction. I’d ski in the […]

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