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Wheelchair-bound Now Able To Paddleboard

OCEANSIDE, California - Surfer and paddle boarder, Kawika Watts, has created the “on-it” ability board, which allows those who are wheelchair-bound the opportunity to try out a SUP (standup paddleboard). Kawika was inspired to create this board because he wanted to help people enjoy the water just as much as he does. Kawika even offers free lessons! Check out this awesome video featured on the Today show. You can also read their story here.

 

Last modified onWednesday, 28 January 2015 10:00
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