Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 23, 2022
Growing up as an interpreter for his deaf mom, Justin Maurer interrogates how this childhood obligation led him to form a punk band, present at the Oscars and seek out one of the quietest places in the world.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 16, 2022
High Road is a story of resilience, persistence and strength. Meg Fisher has been on the start line of countless paracycling races – she’s won World Championships and Olympic medals.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 16, 2022
October 10th is World Mental Health Day. COROS is honored to present a film project featuring professional ultra-runner Tim Tollefson, who shares his journey towards self-acceptance and healing as a runner. In Tim’s words, “true strength is vulnerability”.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 16, 2022
Orange Bikes Athlete James Anderson spent years hiding his story from his friends, his sponsors and even his girlfriend. But in 2022, he know it was time to share it with the world. As a kid, he was diagnosed with Monoplegia, an acute form of Cerebral Palsy, as well as dyspraxia and dyslexia.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 18, 2022
When you see a beautiful picture of a person standing on top of a big mountain, it’s easy to assume their life, one of adventure, must be bliss. It’s simple, right? No screens, no deadlines, just the awe of nature and moving your body in places most of us only dream of.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 18, 2022
Former White House climate advisor Molly Kawahata reflects on her time in the Obama Administration, her personal struggle with mental health, and her love of alpine climbing to create a positive vision of how we can respond to the climate crisis.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 20, 2022
"The real barrier is not the physical ability. If you find your own access, define your own goal, you will find purpose in it. And that's why I am at the wall." Watch as paraclimber Angelino Zeller unpacks what it means to be driven yet adaptable in the world of climbing.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 04, 2022
Deaf climber Sonya Wilson overcame discrimination, isolation, and seemingly insurmountable obstacles as a child to become the woman she is today—a force of nature changing the face of the climbing world.
Type: Media
Date Posted: May 08, 2022
In 2017, Brooke Hess had her best year of kayaking. In January, she spent a month training in Uganda. And then from Stakeout to Unleashed to Montréal Eau Vive, she stood on the podium beside her friends and idols.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 05, 2021
In the winter of 2020-2021, Santiago Vega completed the first-known disabled ski descent of the Grand Teton via the Ford-Stettner Couloir, one of the 50 Classic Ski Descents on North America. Santiago dreamed of skiing the Grand Teton since he was seven years old.