The Disabled Sports USA Golden Cup Series memorializes US and World Champion adaptive skier, Diana Golden and is intended to promote the sport of ski racing and snowboarding to athletes with disabilities on the East coast. The Diana Golden Level I race is open to adaptive skiers and snowboarders and takes place on Lower
The Ride2Live Project is a snowboard experience for teens with autism spectrum disorder. Ride2Live is a program that encourages families of children with ASD to work outside the confines of their normal day to day routine. With the guidance of ASF staff members, parents introduce their child to a number of new experiences. The goal of Ride […]
In the midst of the devastation of Hurricane Irene here in the Northeast and the resulting day-to-day struggles many of our friends and loved ones face as a result of the storm, it is comforting to know that we are associated with an organization that has a mission to help people heal and change their […]
The ASF building is fine as are all the ASF employees. We came through Hurricane Irene and the floods relatively unscathed and we are very fortunate that all of our employees and their homes are safe.
The ASF is still without power which is prohibiting us from sending out a blast email because we can’t […]
“You’re not going to catch me trying to wrap my foot around my head.”
“Yoga? No way. I don’t bend like that.”
“Me? Do yoga? You’ve got to be kidding.”
These are some typical comments people make when presented with the opportunity to practice yoga. However, in the last few years people of varying ages, […]
The weather on Saturday was ideal for a race, partly cloudy with temperatures in the low 80’s and moderate humidity. People registered with ASF to run the course met at the ASF lodge for check in that included signing a safety waiver. I loved the section of the waiver that said you will be exposed […]
The ASF, in partnership with the Paralympic Committee, is hosting a Paralympic Experience Day on August 5th. Join us and learn about sports available to people with disabilities. A U.S. paralympian will be on hand to share his […]
70 racers and over 160 volunteers made the Hartman Race a spectacular, fun and celebratory final event for the 2010-11 ASF winter season. The fun race was set up on the lower half of Windham Mountain’s trail, Whiteway. Competitors ranged from mono-skiers, bi-skiers, and 4 trackers to snowboarders and skiers with cognitive disabilities. A great […]
The 2011 Michael Gray Memorial Race was held at Windham Mountain on March 5, in honor of Michael J. Gray, Jr., a snowboard instructor with the Ski Windham Snow Sports School, who was tragically killed in a car accident.
Once again the Gray family worked hard to put on a fabulous race, held on the […]