These are the stories of courageous people who refuse to accept a limited life. These are the stories of lives changed by disabilities that have turned into opportunities. At Adaptive Star, our goal is never to tell anyone "no" or "you can't do that".

At the core of our being, we believe that no one should tell themselves this either. We believe in the power of each of our family members and athletes. They're refusing to be defined by a diagnosis and repainting the canvas of their lives.

Meeting Executive Director of Outdoors for All, Ed Bronsdon.

While visiting the downhill ski event with my son Rhys Aleman from Yakima, WA, we had the pleasure of meeting Ed, who joined his crew at Friday evenings session in Snoqualmie, WA at Snoqualmie Pass. Ed was connecting with staff and volunteers, as well as searching for his replacement before he retires this year on…

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Kayla and her dad

Hi!  Kala is the rider in our fantastic racing duo. My name is Ryan and I am Kala’s dad and legs for races. Kala loves her adaptive star axiom conversion chair. Kala and I are both disabled runners. We both have complex medical conditions that include autism and cerebral palsy. Together we are working to…

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Boston Marathon Teams

This Monday is the Boston Marathon and we have some amazing teams participating. Max Fink and Michael Sayih from Special Compass will be running in support of the Corey C. Griffin Foundation. We have Team Cormac Evans running with Sean McQuaid for Team Hoyt San Diego, Team BG and Team Tootsie Roll running for The…

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Team Liza – Ironman Competitor

After a life changing car crash, athlete Beth James returned to marathons and triathlons, this time in tandem with her daughter Liza. Humans express love in a million different ways; for Beth it has taken the form of running, swimming, and biking with Liza. Liza loves the motion and interaction with others during each event….

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Special Compass Miami Triathlon

Special Compass is a Florida-based group that promotes inclusion by working with differently abled athletes participating in the Miami Triathlon. The highlight video below shows the joy experienced by participants and viewers of the 2018 Special Compass Miami Triathlon.

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How to Tri: Ainsley’s Angels

Ainsley’s Angels presents: How to Tri.

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A Stroller Perfect for Ellie Kate

To our Adaptive Star Family, We are so thankful for you and for our new stroller! Our Adaptive Star experience has exceeded our expectations in so many ways. We are so happy with our product and we are telling everyone we know about it! It took us a while to find what we needed for…

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Adaptive Star Meets Rylee’s needs

To Greg & Teri Durrin and our adopted family at Adaptive Star- We cannot thank you enough for stopping to listen and care about our family. After three years of aggravation, lugging around heavy and awkward mobility equipment we finally have a product that lets us be a family! We had a daunting list of…

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