Meet ROMP’s 2019 Climbing for ROMP Elite Team

On September 27, 2019, a group of elite amputee and non-amputee athletes from North and South America, including ROMP patients, will climb Ecuador’s 19,347-foot volcano Cotopaxi. This is our signature Climbing for ROMP event, and our Elite Team will show the world...

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ROMP Takes on Washington for Limb Loss Awareness

Written by: Lauren ‘LP’ Panasewicz, Director of Development In April, I was fortunate enough to join the Amputee Coalition for their ‘Hill Day’ in DC. The Amputee Coalition is a non-profit that empowers people affected by limb loss to achieve their full...

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February Recap: What Has ROMP Been Up To?

When I first encountered ROMP, my love for outdoor adventures was at an all-time high. I was climbing harder routes, running faster, skiing more advanced backcountry terrain, taking my overall fitness to the next level. Growing up in Colorado, I’ve always loved exploring…

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Climbing Mountains, New Perspective

When I first encountered ROMP, my love for outdoor adventures was at an all-time high. I was climbing harder routes, running faster, skiing more advanced backcountry terrain, taking my overall fitness to the next level. Growing up in Colorado, I’ve always loved exploring…

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A Summary Report from Guatemala

Empowerment through mobility. The process of becoming stronger or more confident through the ability to move or be moved freely. Ability to move or be moved freely: Movement itself can certainly be freeing, though many of us may not consciously think about our ability...

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Why I Climb For ROMP

Written by: Ronnie Dickson Along with being a Prosthetist, Dickson has been a major player in growing the sport of adaptive climbing in America, including establishing the first stand-alone USA Paraclimbing National Championships in July 2014. THIS IS WHY I CLIMB...

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ROMPtober 2016 Reflection

From the first moment I walked into the ROMP clinic in Zacapa Guatemala, the air buzzed with possibilities. From my previously set expectations, I knew local amputees would be wheeled into the clinic and we would work tirelessly to help them walk out on a new...

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ROMP and The Full Life Experiment

What makes a life fulfilling? As a college student, my life is as full as the amount of sleep I got the previous night. Maybe I work these extended hours in hopes that my life might one day be easier. Maybe somewhere along the line I equated the easy life with the...

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Climb Report: Cayambe

July 26th, 2015 marked the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Range of Motion Project assembled a team of 15 amputee and non-amputee climbers and attempted to summit Volcán Cayambe to mark this important date. We wanted to show the world what...

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