Robert Lynn is a Colorado native who really enjoys life. He is always looking for new challenges, adventures and loves the excitement of creating new memories. Robert was paralyzed just below the chest down in a snowboarding accident on February 11, 1999. Soon after his rehabilitation he started competing in handcycle races. Lynn participated in numerous sports around the country as a highly competitive wheelchair athlete. His favorite team sport is wheelchair lacrosse, and he currently plays for the Rolling Mammoth. On his 30 birthday he competed in the Ultra Challenge, a 6 day 320 mile handcycle race from Fairbanks Alaska to Anchorage. Lynn loves the Colorado outdoors, so when he has free time you will find him biking, fishing, kayaking or taking his dog Koi for a stroll in the park. He has overcome many obstacles in life and now he is looking forward to his next adventure, creating another new memory with his participation in the Race Across America.
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