The path laid out before each of us is a constant process of discovery. A process that at times can be both daunting and challenging. But when we take control of our future and begin to carve out our own path, it is an endless opportunity to explore our boundaries and grow beyond them. Because it is the human potential in each of us that truly knows no bounds.
Adaptive Athlete Trevor Kennison
Trevor Kennison is boundless. A sit-ski semi-professional alpine racer (GS and slalom) and big mountain freeskier, Trevor is known throughout the industry for pushing the limits of adaptive sport, one winter season at a time.
After a backcountry accident sought to change the direction of his path, Trevor adjusted course and reimagined carving out his own trail. Through the assistance of several adaptive training foundations – like the Adaptive Training Foundation and the High Fives Foundation – Trevor found his way back onto the snow, charging new lines and seeking higher airs.
Now, calling Winter Park home, it’s on these Colorado slopes that Trevor readies himself through a training regimen with the National Sports Center for the Disabled. The center empowers and enables the human spirit through therapeutic sports and recreation, allowing Trevor to continue his pursuit of adventure. Through this training and guidance, he prepares to set new records and push adaptive sports further, always on his own terms.
The results of these efforts are easy to see. Whether it’s staking a claim as the first sit-skier to ever drop into Corbet’s Couloir during Jackson Hole’s famed Kings and Queens event. Or, hucking cliffs in Niseko and crushing jibs at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. Trevor Kennison has put in the hours of diligence and work necessary to carve his own line. It’s in this way that Trevor empowers us all to be boundless.