Brooklyn Boulders Foundation

Adaptive Climbing Group Competition | Nationals

Jul 21, 2015Brooklyn Boulders

 Paraclimbers from across the nation competed at the 2nd USA Adaptive Climbing Nationals Competition.
Team Adaptive Climbing Group, coached by Brooklyn Boulders instructor Luke Livesey, won two gold medals in Neurological and Amputated categories, with strong performances and climbs all around as a team.
A very special thank you to our volunteers, partners, backers, and our very own climbers for continuing to inspire us to push ourselves!
Adaptive climber Donald Lee
Donald Lee

Adaptive Climber Adam Payne
Adam Payne

Adaptive climber Peter Trojic
Peter Trojic

Brooklyn Boulders Foundation’s mission is to positively impact our environment, inner city youth, and persons with disabilities, through physical movement and  creative expression.
The Adaptive Climbing Group’s mission is to offer the chance for disabled climbers to learn techniques that adapt to their personal abilities strengthens resolve, keep fit, have fun, and help new climbers reach the top. . As a sponsored program of the Brooklyn Boulders Foundation, we have partnered with ACG to grow the adaptive climbing communities in Brooklyn, Boston, and Chicago.

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