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New disability podcast to highlight the power of sport

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New podcast to showcase how the power of sport pushes what’s possible for people with disabilities while confronting ignorance, fueling conversation, and inciting action that leads us to a world where everyone’s included.

Move United launched “Redefining Disability,” a podcast that focuses on individuals with disabilities and the power of sport.

Redefining Disability is a great resource for listeners interested or already involved in adaptive sports. Through weekly podcast episodes, Move United is sharing how sports have made it possible for our nation’s top adaptive athletes to succeed, training tips from adaptive sports coaches and program leaders, and news on the latest technology, equipment, and trends in the industry.

Through Redefining Disability, listeners will hear directly from athletes with physical disabilities how they have been able to adapt and achieve, get the 411 on how to begin in or excel at a particular adaptive sport, learn the best techniques in training from coaches and program experts, find out what’s on the cutting edge in terms of technology, equipment, or trends, or catch up on upcoming adaptive sports events and programs.

The podcast is an extension of the award-winning Move United magazine, the nation’s leading adaptive sports publication. The magazine is published three times a year and available in print by subscription as well as online (moveunitedmagazine.org).

The Redefining Disability podcast shares how, regardless of ability, sports make us more. They make us victorious and vulnerable and better than we were yesterday. And they turn strangers into teammates, putting us all on a level playing field.

The podcast is available on Spotify or wherever podcasts are available – just search for Redefining Disability. Or find the direct links at http://www.moveunitedsport.org/podcast.

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