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04/17/17 Wheel:Life by: Betsy Bailey

At 18 years old, Mallory Weggemann walked into the hospital for an epidural she was receiving as... Learn more

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03/14/17 BY U.S. PARALYMPICS | MARCH 12, 2017, 4:51 A.M. (ET)

Team USA's Andrew Kurka won a Gold Medal in the SuperG competition at the 2017 World Para Alpine... Learn more

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03/09/17 By Nick ZaccardiMar 9, 2017, 9:36 AM EST

Five storylines for the first Winter Paralympics in South Korea, one year out from the Opening... Learn more

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Why Paralympian Mallory Weggemann needs to be your athlete role model

There is no refuting that Mallory Weggemann is a fantastic athlete. Having already won 22 international gold medals between 2009 and 2011, she is a force to be reckoned with in the world of swimming.

September 16, 2016
AOL.com Editors

25 American Athletes To Watch At The Paralympics

Last night the 2016 Paralympics kicked off with an opening ceremony that told us a lot about Brazil. But what about the athletes? We combed through their profiles and, as we did before the Olympics, plucked out the 25 American athletes who stand positioned to shine during the Games over the next two weeks. From adopted sisters to war vets, these are some of the Team USA athletes to watch.

September 9, 2016
Forbes by: Shannon Sims

Paralympian Brad Snyder Wants to Inspire People to Pursue Their Dreams

On September 7, 2011, Brad Snyder, a Navy lieutenant serving on an elite bomb-disposal squad in Afghanistan, stepped on an improvised explosive device (IED).

September 9, 2016
Parade by: Jeryl Brunner

Rio Paralympics 2016: Blind Navy veteran Brad Snyder seeks more gold

On Sept. 7, 2012, a year to the day after an improvised explosive device took his sight in Afghanistan, Brad Snyder stood atop a podium in London and heard "The Star Spangled Banner."

September 9, 2016
Sporting News by: Marc Lancaster

Blind Navy Veteran Brad Snyder Chasing Gold in Rio Paralympics

Every time 32-year-old Brad Snyder gets in the water he feels he's in his element.

September 9, 2016
ABC News by: Angel Canales

Rio Paralympics 2016: Mallory Weggemann redefines limitations in quest for gold

Fate has offered Mallory Weggemann every opportunity to quit swimming.

September 9, 2016
Sporting News by: Marc Lancaster

Down the aisle or in her lane, don't doubt Paralympic swimmer Mallory Weggemann

LAKEVILLE, Minn. -- In late December, three months after Mallory Weggemann swims at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, she will be married in Minneapolis. With the help of a wedding planner, Weggemann worked out every detail, including a walk down the aisle that almost certainly will have everyone holding their breath.

September 9, 2016
ESPNW by: Pat Borzi

Mallory Weggemann returns to the Paralympics for more gold

The Paralympic games have officially begun in Rio de Janeiro.

September 8, 2016
CBS News by: Jennifer Zabasajja

Paralympic Gold Medal-Winning Swimmer Mallory Weggemann Almost Retired After an Arm Injury

At the 2012 Paralympic Games, Mallory Weggemann won gold in the 50-meter freestyle under the S8 classification, just four years after being paralyzed from an epidural injection. Yet two years later she faced another challenge when a freak accident caused permanent nerve damage in her left arm and she had to re-learn to swim.

September 8, 2016
People by: Julie Mazziotta

25 Things You Don’t Know About Paralympic Swimmer Brad Snyder (‘I Secretly Yearn to Be Named the Next Bachelor’)

Five years after losing his eyesight in Afghanistan (the naval lieutenant stepped on an explosive device while trying to help bomb-blast victims), swimmer Brad Snyder is set to add even more Paralympic medals to his collection. Before the three-time medalist hit the pool in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he shared 25 interesting facts about himself exclusively with Us Weekly.

September 8, 2016
US Magazine by: Cara Sprunk

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