Former University of Alaska Fairbanks shooter Dan Jordan is going for Paralympic gold this week in Greece.
Joe Tompkins is the kind of guy who wears his dreams on his sleeve, or at least on his back bumper where his license plate reads, "SKI 02."
Joe Tompkins, a U.S. Disabled Alpine Ski Team member from Juneau, took third place among mono-skiers in the giant slalom race Friday at the Hartford Ski Spectacular in Breckenridge, Colo.
...only part of the joy. By racing a high-tech chair strapped to a ski at speeds up to 70 mph as part of the U.S. Disabled Ski Team, mono-skiers Tompkins and Devlin-Young are spreading a message of hope. "The main reason we're in it...
Tompkins, a member of the Winter Park Disabled Ski Team, established himself as one of the elite performers in international ski racing this week when he posted four top-10 finishes at the Disabled Alpine World Cup Finals in Breckenridge, Colo. - including a bronze in Wednesday's super-G.
Tompkins back in action, crashes THE JUNEAU EMPIRE It wasn't the best return to action, but U.S. Disabled Ski Team member Joe Tompkins of Juneau was back on the slopes today at the U.S. Disabled Alpine Championships despite...
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Winning wasn't on his mind when Juneau's Joe Tompkins entered the starting gate for Sunday's Disabled World Cup Super-G race in Abtenau, Austria.
...seventh in Monday's Super-G, completing the course in 1:00.89. Tompkins is in his seventh year on the U.S. Disabled Ski Team. In 2002, Tompkins placed sixth in both the downhill and Super-G at the Salt Lake City Paralympics.
Juneau monoskier Joe Tompkins posted four strong finishes last weekend during the Eastern Regional Disabled Ski Championships at Waterville Valley, N.H., giving him plenty of confidence for the upcoming U.S. Disabled Alpine Ski Championships later this month.
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