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Tuesday, July 1 to Sunday, July 6
Mt. Rainier, WA
Paradox Veterans: Mt. Rainier

Paradox Sports will be taking four injured or disabled veterans up an unforgettable ascent of Mt. Rainier in Washington. The summit day is the 4th of July as a commemorative moment for all those who have served this country. The varied levels of experience, ages and backgrounds of the participants and volunteers will add to this powerful journey involving hard work, mentoring, focus, camaraderie, and trust.


Paradox Veterans: Grand Teton 

For the third year in a row, we'll be taking 12 veterans up Wyoming's Grand Teton. Join us from Saturday, July 12 to Wednesday, July 16 for for an adventure of a lifetime! 

Colorado Rafting

This summer, we're 
teaming up-with Splore to offer an incredible 4-day, 3-night rafting and white water experience from Colorado to Utah!  We will spend three days traveling through the flat water Ruby and Horsethief Canyons then finish the trip with an exciting whitewater experience in Westwater Canyon.

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Coopers Rock Climb-a-thon


Join us on July 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for the 3rd annual Coopers Rock Climb-a-thon. 


Similar to a walk-a-thon, sponsors donate money to individual participants. In this case, it's based on the vertical feet climbed during the event. 


Registration is $25 and all proceeds are split between Paradox Sports and the Coopers Rock Foundation.


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International Climbers' Festival


The 2014 International Climbers' Festival in Lander, WY is offering a special buy-one-get-one deal on tickets for Paradox Ambassadors and adaptive climbers attending the festival! Register here and type in "paradox" in the coupon code box when you check out.


Paradox Sports will host an adaptive climbing clinic on Saturday, July 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wild Iris climbing area. 



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Disabled climbers break new ground with Paradox Sports

"When I saw climbers such as Sean O'Neill and Pete Davis, my first question, frankly, was: Why climbing? I mean, aren't there a million things better suited to a guy with one arm and another in a wheelchair?


Davis, who was born without a right arm below the elbow, points to his mentor Shane Becker as being fundamental to his climbing."

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Sean and Timmy O'Neill on the Katie Couric Show

Watch as brothers Sean and Timmy O'Neill speak about the rapidly expanding adaptive climbing movement and their work with Paradox Sports on the Katie Couric Show.