Russ riding a motorcycle fast

Life After Injury

Andrew Skinner January 24, 2022 News, Noteworthy, SCI, Upcoming Events, Videos

If 2021 was the "year of comebacks" for the Triumph family, we're convinced that 2022 is the year when each and every one of us will put on our determined faces, forget about what's behind and "Keep Moving Forward!" 

There are key moments in every paralysis story when the devastation of a spinal cord injury gives way to determination and hope for the future.

For Russ, that moment came when he realized he was wired for speed. And even though he had sustained a catastrophic spinal cord injury, he knew there was life after injury. Therefore he would do everything in his power to keep moving forward and get back to the one activity he loves most... racing!

"There's just no limit to the things we can look forward to."

Take a look at Russ's video story to hear his passion and determination to reclaim his life's purpose and help others do the same.

I don't know about you but Russ's story gets us so excited about what we do. When someone makes a significant comeback like he did, we don’t let them to sit back and take it easy. We do everything in our power to encourage them to push themselves to get better every day – to keep moving forward and achieve their dreams.

Ready To Get Active?

Are you ready to take back control of your life after injury? We've got dozens of exciting community activities planned all year long. From adaptive sports festivals and outdoor adventures to education and advocacy events, we've got something for everyone. Each event is a unique opportunity to stretch your abilities, learn more about available resources, and connect with others who are on a similar journey to yours.

Check out the Triumph Activity Calendar every week as new events are added all the time. It's time for you to keep moving forward.

"The one thing you can't do is stay put. You must set goals, stay consistent and keep moving forward."
- Andrew Skinner

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  • Charlie Davenport says:

    Andrew, You are a constant inspiration! May God bless you! I will never forget your visit to my hospital room at Northridge Hospital! Love in Jesus, Charlie Davenport