Jake Geller

posted on September 1, 2007 - 9:00pm
It's mid-February. The temperature is 70 degrees, and 20 sailboats are jockeying for position on Tempe Town Lake, just outside Phoenix. In two minutes the race will begin. I'm sitting in a borrowed, specially adapted sailboat, the 16-foot Martin 16, which allows people with disabilities to compete equally with able-bodied competitors. I can control the boat with a joystick or a puff of my breath...
posted on September 1, 2007 - 9:00pm
QUEST Vol. 14, No. 5
It's mid-February. The temperature is 70 degrees, and 20 sailboats are jockeying for position on Tempe Town Lake, just outside Phoenix. In two minutes the race will begin. I'm sitting in a borrowed, specially adapted sailboat, the 16-foot Martin 16, which allows people with disabilities to compete equally with able-bodied competitors. I can control the boat with a joystick or a puff of my breath...