Welcome to My Rally Campaign
- My name is Noah Elliott, and I'm an adaptive athlete. I grew up dreaming of becoming a competitive skateboarder, but after losing my leg to ostiosarcoma when I was 17, I took up adaptive snowboarding. Now I'm looking for gold at the Paralympics in Korea.
- The next step in my search for gold is to podium at the adaptive world cup in New Zealand. This is where I will be classified internationally to compete.
Why I'm Raising Funds
- I'll use this money for training, travel and competition fees.
How I Got Here
- The U.S. Paralympic team first took notice of my riding at IPC Nationals in Colorado. In my first competiton, I managed to place fourth overall, and I was seconds behind the first-place rider in my classification.
- I saved my pennies and raised money to move from Missouri to Utah to train for adaptive snowboarding. While working at a snowboard shop, I spent every free minute on the slopes to get where I am today.
- Thanks to the National Ability Center and Team Utah, as well as the many friends and family who have supported me to this point.
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