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Third Annual National Blind Sports Day Expands To Week of Virtual Activities in 2020

(Aug. 10, 2020) — Join the United States Association of Blind Athletes for National Blind Sports Week (Sept. 28-Oct. 3), a six-day virtual experience focused on participation and awareness of sports and opportunities available to athletes who are blind and […]

USABA Names Molly Quinn as New Chief Executive Officer

COLORADO SPRINGS (July 28, 2020) –The United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) is pleased to announce the addition of Molly Quinn as the association’s new Chief Executive Officer. Quinn comes to USABA with over 20 years of progressive experience […]


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Run A Marathon Blind? Guiding Eyes Running Guide Dogs Make It Possible

“Having that guide dog gave me confidence to finish college, fall in love, get a job, and have the courage to take on any adventure, no matter how big or small.” -Thomas Panek, president and CEO ... See more

Thomas Panek, president and CEO of Yorktown Heights-based non-profit Guiding Eyes for the Blind, has been a runner his whole life. “I ran on my cross-country team in high school; it was around ... See more

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Blind marathon runner defies the odds

Anthony Butler lost his eyesight 11 years ago when he was just 20 after being in the wrong place at the wrong time. But he refuses to let his unfortunate situation define him.Butler trains with ... See more

At first glance, Anthony Butler is just like any other marathon runner. But a closer look reveals that he is very unique. Butler lost his eyesight 11 years ago when he was just 20 after being in the ... See more

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This dad, born blind, is running NYC marathon to inspire sighted son

Dave Williams was born blind, but his lack of sight hasn't hindered his dream of becoming a marathon runner.

Williams, who has a 10-year-old son named Arlo, says he decided to get active last ... See more

Dave Williams wants his 10-year-old son to know: "[You] can do anything you put your mind to."

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One-eyed Washingtonville athlete not blind to his gifts

12-year-old William Sanner of Washingtonville, New York, plays receiver and safety for his football team and believes he can be as good an athlete as anyone else.

"You just have to put your mind to ... See more

WASHINGTONVILLE — Look William Sanner in the eyes and there are no obvious clues that he is any different than your typical 12-year-old. He plays

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