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National Blind Sports Month

Thursday Throwdown: Bailey (Martin) Ahrenholtz

Each Thursday during October's celebration of National Blind Sports Month, USABA athletes will be sharing their experiences and stories of navigating physical activity and workout spaces in their communities. They will share their tools, challenges, and triumphs as blind or low-vision athletes or those who support them. This week we are honored to feature USABA Sport Ambassador Bailey (Martin) Ahrenholtz. Bailey is majoring in sports public relations at Northern Iowa and has been part of the athletic community since elementary school. Her love of sports grew when she became visually impaired as a teenager. Bailey has been involved in beep…  Read More

Thursday Throwdown: Asya Miller

Each Thursday during October's celebration of National Blind Sports Month, USABA athletes will be sharing their experiences and stories of navigating physical activity and workout spaces in their communities. They will share their tools, challenges, and triumphs as blind or low-vision athletes or those who support them. This week we are honored to feature six-time Paralympian and six-time Paralympic medalist Asya Miller. In addition to her goalball accolades, Asya also won a bronze medal in the discus throw at her first Paralympic Games in Sydney in 2000. Away from the goalball court, Asya is a USA Track and Field coach…  Read More

Thursday Throwdown: Cheyenne Meyer

Each Thursday during October's celebration of National Blind Sports Month, USABA athletes will be sharing their experiences and stories of navigating physical activity and workout spaces in their communities. They will share their tools, challenges, and triumphs as blind or low-vision athletes or those who support them. We kick it off with USABA Sport Ambassador Cheyenne Meyer of McKinney, Texas. Cheyenne is an endurance athlete and signing guide for athletes who are blind, low vision or DeafBlind. After a traumatic bike accident in 2016, Cheyenne came back to sport with a passion for helping others reach their own finish lines.…  Read More

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