Amputee Dan Monzo & Snowboarding
Date: 3/24/2010 Album ID: 968602
Photos by Amy Paterson
Dan Monzo, who lost his leg in a dirt bike accident four years ago, pulls his prostetic leg out of his ski boot to show the springs in the ankle and toes that make it ideal for use snowboarding. The Vernon resident showed off his snowboarding skills at Mountain Creek South and talked about the Adaptive Snowboard World Cup in Colorado where he will compete next week.
Photo by Amy Paterson/New Jersey Herald - Dan Monzo, who lost part of his left leg in a dirt bike accident four years ago, slides along a rail while demonstrating his snowboarding abilities at Mountain Creek Wednesday. Monzo will compete in the Adaptive Snowboard World Cup in Colorado next week and is working to have snowboarding included in the Paralympic Games.
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Photo by Amy Paterson/New Jersey Herald - Dan Monzo, who lost his leg in a dirt bike accident four years ago, pulls his prostetic leg out of his ski boot to show the springs in the ankle and toes that make it ideal for use  snowboarding. The Vernon resident showed off his snowboarding skills at Mountain Creek South and talked about the Adaptive Snowboard World Cup in Colorado where he will compete next week.
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Photo by Amy Paterson/New Jersey Herald - Dan Monzo, who lost part of his left leg in a dirt bike accident four years ago, slides along a rail while demonstrating his snowboarding abilities at Mountain Creek Wednesday. Monzo will compete in the Adaptive Snowboard World Cup in Colorado next week and is working to have snowboarding included in the Paralympic Games.
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Photo by Amy Paterson/New Jersey Herald - Dan Monzo, who lost part of his left leg in a dirt bike accident four years ago, fits his prostetic leg into his snowboard at Mountain Creek to demonstrate his abilities Wednesday. Monzo will compete in the Adaptive Snowboard World Cup in Colorado next week.
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