Olympic Medalist Teaches Children With Disabilities to Ski

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In the bro/brah culture of winter sports it is sometimes easy to forget the simple gift that is being able to ski and snowboard. For many children with disabilities the thrill of sliding down a trail on a board or skis is a distant pipe dream. A Serious Fun Network is a global family of camps and programs helps children and their families reach beyond illness to discover joy, confidence and new possibilities. The program was founded by Paul Newman. Every year the Double H Ranch in Lake Luzerne, NY hosts one of these camps to teach children with illness and disabilities how to ski. Olympic medalist Andrew Weibrecht volunteered his time this year to show the kids his medals and teach them a thing or two. It is a refreshing to see a talent like Andrew give back in this genuine way. Props to you Andrew Weibrecht for inspiring us to do better in our own day to day.

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