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West, Sharon K.
July 2007
PN;Jul2007, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p30
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The article offers information about the 2007 National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic held in Snowmass Village, Colorado on April 1-6. Several new sports that include curling and biathlon were introduced to participants, along with the traditional and popular skiing events, educational sessions, outings, and other activities such as scuba diving, snowmobiling, and sled hockey. Fencing was also offered due to popular demand.


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