Todd Wolfe


Todd started teaching skiing and coaching racing in 1986, which are his true passions. On March 5, 2005, Todd was racing motocross, and in one turn his whole life changed. Instantly, he became a C5/C6 quadriplegic. If it wasn’t for the help of the High Fives Foundation, Bill Bowness, and the rest of the gang at Disabled Sports USA – Far West, it wouldn’t have been possible from him to return to the mountains. The best powder turns of his whole life were the five he made on April 7, 2011 on Subway (Alpine Meadows), while skiing next to his wife April. Todd says “I am happy to be a quad, it allowed me to meet my wife!”

“I’ve forgot more about living on the edge than you’ll ever know. Thanks High Fives!”



Lessons and Membership to Disabled Sports USA – Far WestSuper-Lite Outriggers, Gloves and Equipment Rentals, 2011 – Adaptive Equipment, Ski Lessons, DSUSA 5 half day lessons, 5 dual ski rentals, 2012 – DSUSA Membership, Lessons, Rentals, Helmet and Goggle, Video, stance ignitor mirror, transport, helmet, scope ignitor mirror, 2013 – 10 Half-day Lessons at DSUSA, 2018 – acupuncture.

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