One of the "lucky ones"

Considering herself one of the "lucky ones", track star Anjali Forber-Pratt knew about Paralympic sport from a young age, and always dreamed of being at the Paralympic Games competing. Read about her journey to the U.S. Paralympic Team >> Full blog here:

2 Years Until Opening Ceremonies for London

It's hard to believe, but today marks the 2-year mark until the Opening Ceremonies of the 2012 Paralympic Games in London. I certainly hope to be competing there and bringing home Gold!! I wanted to encourage those of you who are potentially interested in attending the Games to register for ticketing information ASAP at the following website:

US Paralympics Track & Field National Championships short video includes clips of record-setting Anjali

The 2010 U.S. Paralympics Track & Field National Championships brought more than 180 athletes to Miramar, Florida's Ansin Sports Complex for three days of competition.

February 2010: Olympic Thoughts & Start of the Season

Watching the 2010 Vancouver Games has been so incredibly exciting, and at the same time incredibly difficult to watch. Every day I am glued to the television, in class, (yep, I admit it…and for my professors and classmates reading this, what can I say, I’m just being honest), I am glued to the Official Vancouver Website and various live feeds to get up-to-the-second information---isn’t technology wonderful?

Short Video about Anjali

Anjali, teammate and gold medalist Jessica Galli, and coach Adam Bleakney talk about wheelchair track sprinting, disability, not letting the word define her, training and hard work, and representing the United States around the world– and 91,000 screaming fans at the Beijing Paralympic Games.

Video and editing by Stuart Lieberman.

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