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PostPosted: Fri Jul 15, 2011 10:32 am 
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[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/10309216[/vimeo]

Continue is 28 sports in 28 minutes. Individuals with spinal cord injury play in Utah, Idaho, California, and Belize. This high definition project shows the specialized equipment that removes any barriers to participation after paralysis. Beautiful scenes and an original soundtrack help change the focus from disability to endless opportunity. Continue intends to leave it's viewers with many questions and a desire to get them answered. Originally intended for the newly injured; a positive image of life and recreation burned into visual memory to be accessed when ready, Continue can be appreciated by anyone who would like to see how few limitations exist for recreation after spinal cord injury. Free and wide distribution will enable rehabilitation professionals to use Continue as a standard educational tool, ensuring that individuals throughout the world will all know what is possible.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 20, 2011 1:03 pm 
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I want to add that all the sailing in this video is of our accessible sailing program in Idaho. Scott Bailey is sailing the Hobie 16 with Trapseats and Jeff Paul is on the AI with handcranks. We are now primarily using TI's and our big 33' catamaran for our program. You can learn more about our program at http://funtosail.blogspot.com . We are located in the Inland NW (N. ID., E. WA., W. MT. Show this video to as many people as possible and help people realized sailing as no limits.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:47 am 
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Attention if you want a copy of this video CONTINUE go to http://spinal-cracker.blogspot.com/ . They started sending this video to over 2000 rehab centers last Oct. and now making available for purchase to the general public. In addition you can learn more about accessible Hobie sailing at http://www.funtosail.com


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