— Posted by Roundy on November 18, 2013
I’m super honored to be a guest blogger on the PCMR website this season and I’ve been asked to introduce myself.
My name is Nicole Roundy; although I’m known in the circle as “Roundy.” I’m a member of the US Paralympic Snowboard Team, I have a superpower and I ride park city.
No, really, I have a superpower. I can break my leg and be back on the snow the next day.
Ok, it’s not really a superpower but I’d like to think that it is. My right leg is made of titanium, aluminum, magnesium, steel, and probably some other metallic component. Nearly 20 years ago I was treated for bone cancer and underwent chemo therapy and all that jazz. I opted to ditch my right leg, above-the-knee and keep living life.
Not to brag or anything, but it’s been pretty awesome. I started snowboarding when I was 18 and competing two years later. Now I’m what they refer to as a professional snowboarder. (And people said I would never snowboard! Booyah!) I snowboard because I love it, I breathe it. I would eat it for breakfast if I could. Is that obsessive? Probably.
I was originally a "park rat," but my sport of choice is boardercross. This season I've got a packed schedule and I'm stoked to share my adventures here on the Blog. You can also follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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Dave has worked in the ski and snowboard industry since 2000 and joined the PCMR team in the spring of 2014.
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