Nine-time Paralympian Athlete Candace Cable didn’t like sports as a kid, but after a car accident resulted in a spinal cord injury that paralyzed her when she was 21, Candace discovered adaptive sports gave her a chance to feel fully alive again… and to be part of a community rather than staying isolated at home feeling sorry for herself. Since then Candace has committed her life not only to her own mind-blowing athletic achievements, which include being the first woman to medal in both Summer AND Winter Paralympic Games, but to effecting social change for all people with disabilities. Writer and Vice-Chair of the WGA Writers with Disabilities Committee Alison Dale tells us the story of this unstoppable woman who has inspired so many and continues to work tirelessly to bring the joy of sports to people of all abilities.