A California native, Katrina started skiing when she was four years old, and was racing by the time she turned 11. Though diagnosed with cerebral palsy in the third grade, Katrina has brought home two Junior Gold and two bronze medals by the age of 15.
Olympic Skier Katrina Schaber with UCP Wins Medal for Living Beyond Limits.
Taking her courage to new heights, the slopes of the Paralympic Games to be exact, limitations prove to be no match for the courageous teen.
“It can be hard,” said Schaber, 15, discussing the rigors of competitive skiing. “I get tired, and I get bruised. But I just get back up and get going. It’s just part of the sport. That’s how I see it. I don’t see that I’m limited by my disability. It’s just an extra challenge or hill that I have to get over to see the other side.” See full article
Photo/Video Credit: Katrina Schaber earned a bronze medal as the youngest entrant in open alpine skiing at the North American Paralympic Race Festival last month in British Columbia. — John Gastaldo
The Enforcer players sign their Men’s calendar and raise money for UCP San Diego at Jimmy O’s Thursday, Jan 23rd.
Photo Credit: UCPSD
San Diego Enforcers football Season is starting back up already! They are playing for United Cerebral Palsy again and we are going for another Championship Season because 1 IS NOT ENOUGH!! The First game is Saturday March 2nd at San Diego High School at 5:00pm and Eve Selis will sing the National Anthem at the March 2nd Opener. Reference
Tickets to Enforcers games are $5. Check out the website at http://www.sandiegoenforcers.com
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