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Team Semper Fi Ski & Snowboard Clinic

Sunday, February 9th, 2020

Team Semper FiThe Team Semper Fi Fund visits the Keystone Adaptive Center (KAC) for a 3-day adaptive ski and snowboard clinic to help Service Members learn or improve their skills. Skiing and snowboarding are great lifelong activities that can be done individually or with family and/or friends. It’s a sport that can be done recreationally or competitively.

This is a family eligible event. One family member may apply to attend with their respective Service Member. For more information, visit The Semper Fi Fund.

After ATV accident left Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken paralyzed, BOEC helps her learn to love skiing again

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

As Amy Van Dyken rode up the Quicksilver chairlift at Breckenridge Ski Resort on Saturday, she described her mindset in the wake of a 2014 ATV accident that left her paralyzed. And, while relaying her experience, the American Olympic champion swimmer caught herself mid-sentence.

“I kind of felt like I wanted to do everything,” Van Dyken said. “But, at the same time, I knew that I was going to be limited — pardon me — I thought I was going to be limited.”

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Amy Van Dyken skis with BOEC
Photo Courtesy of Antonio Olivero, Summit Daily News

Team Semper Fi Visits Keystone Adaptive Center

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

‘What it’s all about’: Team Semper Fi brings vets to Keystone Adaptive Center… on Krystal 93 news – February 12, 2019.

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