…. but thankfully, he’s not dancing with ribbons at the same time! He is riding for a foundation called Team Winded that raises awareness of asthma. We are THRILLED that he has this opportunity and gets to associate with top-notch individuals who are making Team Winded function!
That’s him on the right with the Night Rider glasses on. I love the team’s orange booties because it makes the riders so easily identifiable on the track! Today was Austin’s first category four race. Cycling begins at category five and they work their way up to one… and professional. We’ve been told that it usually takes about ten years of riding to hit your prime… that will be age 24 for Austin. It’s a long term goal, but he is passionate, determined and sturdy!
Here is an informative article about The Winded Foundation: http://www.freedomwaymagazine.com/winded-foundation-works-raise-asthma-awareness
God has brought many amazing opportunities into this young man’s life…. this is by far one of the coolest!!! Thank you, Team Winded (Jay and Tisha!) for sponsoring Austin and having the vision to grow riders! These guys range in age from 15 to 18 and Austin is one of the youngest on the team.
(Austin is third from the right above and in the middle below.)
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