A 'Video Game' For The Blind: Drexel Students Bring Paralympic Sport To The ScreenA fixture of the Paralympics is heading to the computer screen, thanks to Drexel University students: it's a first-of-its-kind 'video game' that favors sound over sight.
Wheelchair Athlete Stops In Philadelphia, Nearing Goal of Cross-Country RollIt's not your grandfather's wheelchair that Ryan Chalmers has been rolling across the United States, but a sleek racing model.
Local Disabled Children Get Visit From Special GuestIn advance of this month's Paralympic Games in London USA wheelchair basketball head coach Jim Glatch visited Philadelphia, for a special camp for youngsters.
Meet Paralympic Wounded Warrior Brad SnyderBrad Snyder can still see in his dreams. He can envision himself churning through the water. He can see himself standing on a podium. And receiving a gold medal. Then he opens his eyes and sees black.
Paralympic Wounded Warrior Josh OlsonAfter losing a leg in Iraq, Josh Olson is now participating in the Paralympics.