In 1980, Willie Stewart was an 18 year old undefeated high school wrestler working a summer construction job at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. A Horrific construction accident cost him his left arm just below his shoulder and almost crushed his spirit. After rekindling his passion for sports on the rugby pitch, Willie transformed himself into one of the most accomplished endurance athletes the world has ever seen, not disabled, not able bodied, just period. It is also important to note that for a number of years, Willie ran the adaptive skiing program at BOEC in Breckenridge, Colorado. At age 55, Willie refuses to slow down.
Greetings my name is Rich,
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