Incredible Three-Game Series Bowled by Power Wheelchair User

Curtis (Curt) Wolff is an excellent bowler, despite having to bowl from a seated position. Curt was an avid bowler – averaging in the 220s – before being afflicted by the West Nile virus, which resulted in him experiencing acute flaccid paralysis and he now functions much like a C4-5 quadriplegic. Thus, Curt requires a […]

Yet Another New Bowling Record for Wheelchair Users Driving by Head Array

Mike Murach has done it again! 🙂 Bowling with family and friends recently, Mike literally rolled to a 190 in his second game. In his email to me with the good news, he pointed out the disparity between his first and second game (113 and 190) and later wished he had another chance at picking […]

Strike for Vets, Orlando

Strike for Vets is a bowling fundraiser to help some of the most wounded warriors. This is actually the second Strike for Vets event (the inaugural was held last October in Tampa) and is this Sunday, May 22, in Orlando. Daniel Bolan is a high-school-aged Eagle Scout and very accomplished bowler, and Strike for Vets […]

Another New Bowling Record for Wheelchair Users Driving by Head Array

Mike Murach has upped the record he set in February, and I have a feeling he is not done! (Big smile) For now, the bowling record for a wheelchair user driving by head array is 182. You can see his scoresheet and learn more here: http://wheelchairbowlingrecords.com/Mike_Murach_record_182.htm Mike is paralyzed from his shoulders down roughly, and specific […]

3rd Annual Bowl-A-Thon for Rhonda

The last two years, many folks have contributed to successful bowl-a-thon fundraisers to help keep my friend and fellow quadriplegic, Rhonda Reese, out of a nursing home. And I thank you all, most sincerely – collectively it’s been a huge help. But I have pledged to organize annual bowl-a-thons to help keep her living in […]

New Bowling Record for Wheelchair Users Driving by Head Array

Another month, another new dynamic wheelchair bowling record. Earlier in February, Mike Murach posted the best bowling score for a wheelchair user who drives by head array with a strong 180. In January, Timo Toivonen set the overall world record and record for males with muscular dystrophy with a ridiculously good 257. Maybe it’s the […]

New MD and Overall World Records for Dynamic Wheelchair Bowling!

Timo Toivonen: 257. That ridiculously good bowling score is now the top overall score in the world for a dynamic wheelchair bowler, and also ups the record for a male with muscular dystrophy. Dynamic just means it incorporates the movement of the wheelchair, and is not stationary ramp bowling. And for people who know me […]

Easy ways to read or listen to the Bible for free online

For Jews, Christians, or people who are curious, the best selling book of all time – the Bible – is available online for free, and daily reading plans make it easy to consume over the course of a year or less. This link shows the many different reading plans available at the website from which […]

Wheelchair User Bowls a 232 and 607 Series

Last month, Curtis Wolff bowled a 232 in the first game of a three-game series totaling 607 pins. That is not too shabby for almost anyone, but it is ridiculously good for someone who is essentially paralyzed from his chest down. Bowling 200+ in a single game is quite an achievement for a wheelchair user. […]

Strike for Vets

A bowling fundraiser called Strike for Vets was held earlier in October to help support a spinal cord injury recovery center in Tampa called Stay in Step (non-veterans can rehab there as well). Daniel Bolan, a 17-year-old Eagle Scout with a bowling average over 200, met retired U.S. Army Special Forces Green Beret Romy Camargo, […]