All Athletes

Raegan Becquet

Raegan Becquet

Sabrina Reiswig

I’ve been an amputee since 1988 and I’ve literally worn a wooden leg. Prosthetics have come along way since then, but insurance will only allow so much. Although I’ve worn standard prosthetics a majority of my life, I still partook in many school and travel sports. It wasn’t until I received my leg from ABR Read More…

Nicklaus Toedebusch

Nicklaus is a 16-year old Varsity Athlete at Centralia High School in Centralia, Missouri. He became an amputee in 2003 due to a traumatic accident involving a lawnmower. Nicklaus received his first prosthetic in August 2003. Our family had no real experience or knowledge of what laid ahead so we decided to embrace our new Read More…

Sara Otgon

Sara Otgon

Eric Johnson

I have been an amputee since the age of 5. My left foot was run over by a speeding van while crossing a gravel alley behind my home. From that time, I have never let my injury affect my athletic aspirations. As a child, I continued to be involved in numerous athletic activities such football, Read More…

Kortney Clemons

Name: Kortney Clemons Running Events: 100m and 200m Dash Athletic Accomplishments: Served on the 2011 US Paralympic World Championship team and Pan American Team Kortney is a Purple Heart recipient. He was serving in the United States Army from 2001 to 2006. While working as a combat medic, Clemons lost right leg above the knee in Read More…

Jerome Singleton

Jerome is 25, of Irmo, S.C., was born without a right fibula. Throughout his childhood, he received expert care at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Greenville, including a below-the-knee amputation and his prosthetics. Jerome ran track in high school and college, and in 2007 he began competing on the U.S. Paralympic track and field team. Read More…

Travis Mace

Cycling is nothing new to Travis. As far back as he can remember, he has been atop wheels.  Never taking much interest in other team sports, Travis fell in love with the adrenaline high and extreme focus BMX riding required.  “ Nearly, everyday after school, I would spend about 3 hours riding, working on my Read More…

Courtney Baker

Courtney was a member of the 12 person, US Parapan Sitting Volleyball team that competed & won a Gold Medal at the 2015 Parapan American Games.  Courtney has her sights set on making the same team for the 2016 Rio Paralympic Team.

Brandon Burke

Best Event: There were two: competing in the Kansas Relays with the whole competitive atmosphere and running in the Rudolph 5K with six other amputees that were also helped through ABR less than one year after the organization started! I was active in my youth, pursuing football and snowboarding as my most serious interests in Read More…