Life Rolls On: They Will Surf Again

180 Medical recently attended the They Will Surf Again event at Zuma Beach, Malibu, California on July 16th, 2011. This event is one in a series organized by Life Rolls On.

This event’s purpose is to show the disabled that they can still experience fun physical activity!

Life Rolls On at Zuma Beach

This event helped nearly 50 people with spinal cord injuries, including quadriplegics and paraplegics, experience the joy of surfing again.

All kinds of equipment were made available to the participants, like special adaptive surfboards with handles and padding and rolling beach chairs. A major radio station and ABC News covered the event. A few celebrities also made an appearance, like actor Jason Lewis and singer Jason Mraz.

One surfer, in particular, stood out to us. His name was Hunter, and he couldn’t have been more than 5 years old. He loved surfing, and he had the biggest smile on his face while riding the waves.

Some of the surfers got the full surfing experience, complete with wipe-outs! Everyone kept a positive attitude and had a blast.

We look forward to the next Life Rolls On: We Will Surf Again event!

Pictures From the Life Rolls On Event

About Life Rolls On Foundation

Life Rolls On, a subsidiary of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, was founded in 1999. This organization is dedicated to improving the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury and utilizes action sports as a platform to inspire infinite possibilities despite paralysis.

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