In 2006, Nicole Roundy became the first above-knee amputee, male or female, to compete in adaptive snowboarding. Her accomplishments spearheaded global demand for prosthetic knee technology and played a fundamental role in the introduction of snowboarding to the Paralympicroster. Nicole represented the United States in the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games and is an 8X World Cup Medalist. She is consistently ranked as one of the best adaptive snowboarders in the world.
Not only is Nicole an amazing athlete, but she is an accomplished motivational speaker and holds a degree in business management. Nicole is an advocate for The Challenged Athletes Foundation, The National Ability Center and childhood cancer research.