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Heyo! My name is Arielle Rausin, I’m twenty years old, and studying at the University of Illinois. Adaptive track is a big part of my life and I’m always training or on the road traveling across the country to races with my awesome team. I feel like sometimes I have a unique perspective on things being a young woman in a chair, so I started this blog to show a different point of view to the able bodied world, and maybe reach out to other people interested in wheelchair sports or disability advocacy in general!



2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi.

    We read about your story on the 3D printed, and we’d like to share it on the Patient Innovation platform (patient-innovation.com), a platform created to tell all about patients and caregivers’ solutions to improve their lives.
    We’d like to invite you to join the platform by register and post your story on this invention. It’s really easy, quick and free.
    It would mean a lot to us to have you with us. You could help and inspire a lot of people. I’m here if you have any questions or doubts.


  2. Hello Arielle

    We are from the swiss paraplegic foundation in Nottwil, Switzerland.
    Your project, to produce gloves for racing wheelchairs by 3D-Printer, interests us very much.

    Do you make it also for other racing wheelchair athletes?
    If so, to witch conditions?

    We are glad to hear from you.

    Andreas Gautschi
    Professionalexpert for wheelchairs and aid

    Schweizer Paraplegiker-Stiftung
    Guido A. Zäch Strasse 10
    6207 Nottwil

    Phone +41 41 939 63 68
    Fax +41 41 939 63 64
    E-Mail andreas.gautschi@paraplegie.ch

    Internet http://www.paraplegie.ch

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