Northeast Passage News
Published & Aired: February 27, 2013. CBS Boston. BOSTON (CBS) – Five months ago, Victoria Arlen won a Paralympic gold medal in London. It was an accomplishment few people thought was possible just a few years ago. “Three to four years ago, when most of my competition and rivals and teammates were training for the London games, I was in a coma,” Arlen told WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche from her Exeter, […]
Published: 2/21/2013, Bauer Blog, Company News Bauer Hockey would like to recognize and congratulate Victoria Arlen, an 18-year-old from Exeter, NH, whose achievements already include four medals from the London Paralympics, a world-record in the 100-meter freestyle swim and a spot on the Women’s National sled hockey team. Read Full Blog>>
Published in Seacoast Online: Feb. 13, 2013. PORTSMOUTH — A local nonprofit specializing in providing adapted sports and therapeutic recreation to individuals with disabilities has been named the winner of a beverage coaster contest created by Portsmouth-based social startup LocalCoaster. Read More>> Note from Northeast Passage: Thank you to our supporters and clients for voting for us to win this contest. We appreciate your support!
Published NHL.com, Hockey is for Everyone: 2/12/13 It’s hard to keep Victoria Arlen down. It’s even more difficult to keep up with her. The 18-year-old high school senior from Exeter, New Hampshire, is already an accomplished hockey player, swimmer, actress, model and motivational speaker. And she does it all without the use of her legs. Read More>>
DURHAM, N.H. – Operation Hat Trick (OHT), the University of New Hampshire athletics department and Northeast Passage (NEP) announced Monday the creation of the NEP Athlete Opportunity Fund, a collaborative partnership that will be funded in part by OHT to provide supplemental programmatic support for recruiting, training and coaching of student-athletes with disabilities and disabled veterans. The NEP Athlete Opportunity Fund will prove critical in administering much-needed resources to attract […]