Challenge Extended, USA SHOOTING ATHLETE TAYLOR FARMER

Move United Elite Team Alumni Taylor Farmer goal is to compete at the Tokyo Paralympic Games next year. Born with cerebral Palsy, Taylor began shooting at the age of 12 and began competing in September 2015. Her star is definitely on the rise. She has been training at the Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for the past couple years and was named 2018 Paralympic Athlete of the Year by Team USA Shooting. At the 2019 Parapan American American Games in Lima, she took the gold in the mixed 10 meter air rifle prone.

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Ep: 008 – PARALYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST MEGAN BLUNK

Megan Blunk was active in sports growing up. A month before her high school graduation, she was involved in a motorcycle accident that paralyzed her from the waist down. She found out about the sport of wheelchair basketball and earned a scholarship to play at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.

Megan Blunk has been an integral member of the U.S. women’s wheelchair basketball national team, helping them to win gold at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio. Megan has been open and honest about mental illness and hopes to help others along the way.

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Challenge Extended, Ep: 005 – Jami Goldman Marseilles

Jami Goldman Marseilles is an elementary school teacher, a motivational speaker, an author of two books, and has been featured in two major motion pictures, (including one produced and directed by Steven Spielberg), as well as a highly acclaimed Adidas foot wear tv commercial. Her remarkable chronicle of redemption began on a fateful day in December 1987. At the age of 19, she was driving home from a ski trip in New Mexico with her friend Lisa when they found themselves on a deserted Arizona logging road in a blinding snow storm. After sliding into a snow bank the women found themselves stranded and alone, huddling for warmth in their stalled, now buried vehicle while the storm raged on. Rescued …

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