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Lake Cowichan Gazette
Braintrust Canada brings The Crash Reel to Kelowna March 27
Crash Reel is the powerful story of Kevin Pearce who suffered a traumatic brain injury that left him in a coma for weeks and changed his life forever.
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Good Works: Snowboarder Pearce gives back to hospital
Kevin Pearce , a snowboarder whose 2009 crash while training for the Olympics left him with a traumatic brain injury, has given $10,000 to the Englewood hospital that cared for him.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Digital Post Production
Central Carolina First In Families Announces Exclusive Benefit...
The action-packed snowboarding film documents the life altering traumatic brain injury suffered by U.S. champion snowboarder Thanks to a generous sponsorship by BAYADA Habilitation, CCFIF will be showing the film at The ArtsCenter at 300-G East Main Street in .
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Craig Hospital Foundation receives gift from the Kevin Pearce Fund
Englewood, Colo.- Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colorado has received a $10,000 donation from Kevin Pearce , a former professional snowboarder and former Craig Hospital patient.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Snowboarder Kevin Pearce donates $10k to Englewood hospital
After a freak accident on a half-pipe left snowboarder Kevin Pearce in a medically induced coma, he is giving back to the hospital that helped him rehab his nearly-fatal injury.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Free Press
A total sell out
The Vogue Movie Theatre hosted The Crash Reel Monday, February 3, which was screened by Indie Films Fernie and in association with the East Kootenay Brain Injuries Association .
Fri Feb 21, 2014
The Washington Post
Do the Olympics glorify danger?
"Health and safety of the athletes is our No. 1 priority," International Olympic Committee spokesman Mark Adams told reporters in response to the concerns about athlete injuries at Sochi.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Interview: Terje Haakonsen talks The Arctic Challenge 2014, the...
Within the canon of snowboarding few protagonists have been as prolific, inspiring, and influential as Terje Haakonsen .
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Digital Prospector: The life and death of X Games snowmobile champ Caleb Moore
The four-time medalist was the first competitor to die in the 20-year history of the X Games.