A Group Lifts Paraclimbers To Higher Goals

Nice piece in the New York Time the other week on The Adaptive Climbing Group, a group of paraclimbers in New York:

The Adaptive Climbing Group is the brainchild of Kareemah Batts, of Brooklyn, who once swore that she would never rock-climb. But she came around to the sport after a battle with cancer that cost her a part of a leg. She then found that she wanted to climb with other amputees and formed the group.

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