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Snowboarder & Founder of Adaptive Action Sports
After going through a life-altering experience, Amy Purdy attained goals that even those who have both legs struggle to achieve. Today, she is one of the top ranked adaptive snowboarders in the world.
Winner of Tour De France & Olympic Gold Medalist
In 2012, Sir Bradley Wiggins became the first British man to win the Tour De France, and created history by becoming the first person to win both the Tour and an Olympic gold medal in the same year.
She skated her way into hearts across the nation when she took home the gold medal at the 1976 Winter Games. Dorothy Hamill is a champion not only in the skating rink but in life as she battled depression.
Olympic Gold Medalist & Motivator
A Lakota Sioux raised in one of the poorest communities in America, Mills inspired the film Running Brave. He authored Wokini, a book about finding happiness and satisfaction in life.
Gold Medalist Swimmer & Disabilities Advocate
Amy Van Dyken is an Olympic champion swimmer with six gold medals to her name. She speaks about her experiences as a world class athlete and how she developed the "will to win" through perseverance.
One of the greatest athletes of all time, Jackie Joyner-Kersee was the first woman to win back-to-back gold medals in the heptathlon, as well as the first woman to score 7,000 points in this event.
A gold medalist of the 1996 Olympics, Mia Hamm is a gifted athlete credited with raising the bar for women's sports. She speaks on how sports effect self-esteem, goal setting, and individual vs. group excellence.
Olympic/Paralympic Games Medalist
Patrick “Blake” Leeper is an eight-time Paralympic Track and Field international medalist, world record holder and three-time American record holder.
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