Rolling Hills Preparatory and Renaissance Schools in San Pedro California Support IM ABLE Athlete


Recently, our freind at the Interact Club and the students at Rolling Hills Prep in San Pedro, California presented Ryan with his adaptive hand cycle. Ryan was paralyzed in a boating accident when he was 19 but it has always been a dream of his to complete a triathlon. Through a school-wide fitness challenge led by … Continue reading Rolling Hills Preparatory and Renaissance Schools in San Pedro California Support IM ABLE Athlete

IM ABLE athlete Patrick Sweeney discovers the joy of triathlon


T3 member Patrick Sweeney is a spokesperson for The IM ABLE Foundation which was created to build and support active lifestyles for individuals with disabilities. When Pat was 18 years old, he was diagnosed with Rasmussen’s Syndrome, a rare disease that attacks the right hemisphere of his brain. In 2006, Patrick had a hemispherectomy, which stopped the progression of his disease … Continue reading IM ABLE athlete Patrick Sweeney discovers the joy of triathlon

2015 Motivator of the Year Bash


Join IM ABLE as we celebrate our Second Annual MOTIVATOR of the YEAR “BASH” Saturday, March 14th, 2015 7:00PM to 11:30PM Santander Performing Arts Center 136 North 6th Street Reading, PA  19602 We are pleased to introduce our 2015 Motivator(s) of the Year! Karen and Adam Owens Karen and Adam are parents to five extraordinary … Continue reading 2015 Motivator of the Year Bash

IM ABLE Hand Cyclist Russell Selkirk Takes on the Philadelphia Marathon


  With the Philadelphia Marathon only two days away there is at least one competitor, who is facing the event with a new drive and a more positive spirit. His name is Russell Selkirk and he’s a two-time competitor, having also participated in the Marathon last year, but not with the same intensity he’s planning … Continue reading IM ABLE Hand Cyclist Russell Selkirk Takes on the Philadelphia Marathon

Riding through challenges in Lancaster County


This bike ride is more than just an outdoor activity. For Patrick Sweeney, it’s freedom. “Makes you feel like you’re whole again. Makes you feel like you’re back at it. Like you’re a normal person. You don’t have limitations, the sky’s the limit.” Sweeney is one of 20 cyclists who particiated in “Get Up and … Continue reading Riding through challenges in Lancaster County