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Adaptive Sports and the PVA

Robert Satterwhite now enjoys outdoor activities such as trap shooting thanks to PVA's adaptive sports programs. Photo courtesy PVA. By Brittany Ballenstedt Adaptive Sports Helped Paralyzed Veteran Robert Satterwhite Get Back to an Active Lifestyle For Robert Satterwhite, the drive to enter the U.S. Army in the 1970s stemmed from a desire to do something […]

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AM 570 FOX Sports Los Angeles PVA Radiothon

By PN Staff AM 570 FOX Sports Los Angeles to honor U.S. military veterans during the 2012 PVA Radiothon In an effort to pay tribute to the men and women who have fought for our country, and give back to those who have incurred a catastrophic injury, AM 570 FOX Sports Los Angeles will honor […]

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PVA From The Top – Share Your Story

PVA National President wants to hear your story for PVA Awareness Month By David Zurfluh PVA Social media provides us the opportunity and ability to express ourselves through platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Even email and traditional letters work, too. Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) Awareness Month is this month, and we really […]

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Adaptive Sports Cancellations

Wheelchair and adaptive sports affected across the globe Updated 5/4 Just as the coronavirus has had a major affect on the NBA, NHL, MLB and other major sports, wheelchair and adaptive sports are no different. Multiple wheelchair and adaptive sports events, including those with Paralyzed Veterans of America and ones around the U.S. and world, […]

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PVA New Leadership

New leadership announced at the PVA National Convention David Zurfluh was elected PVA National President during the 71st PVA Convention. (Photo by Jonathan Franklin). Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) this week appointed immediate past national senior vice president to hold the organization’s highest elected office, its national president. David Zurfluh, a native of Washington State, has […]

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Sports Spotlight – Lance Weir

One Marine veteran’s dream to compete in the Paralympics Marine Corps Reservist veteran Lance Weir had no idea that a life-changing injury in 1993 would one day instill in him a dream to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Brazil. That dream is now within his reach, and Lance believes he would have never […]

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