Frost heading to Texas for golf championships

Kevin will be heading to Texas in October for the American Blind Golf Stroke Play Championships.

Golf Texas










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Ontario Para-Cycling Race Series

Kevin had a great day yesterday!! He was  in Mississauga, Ontario attending the Ontario Para-Cycling Race Series. He and his pilot Scott won a silver medal and they also achieved 94% of Canadian tandem A standard.

It was a great way to end his road race season.


Kevin with his pilot Scott and his dog Lewis


Kevin and Lewis

Kevin’s First Provincial and Open Canadian Blind Golf Tournament

Kevin just finished his first Provincial and Open Canadian Blind Golf Tournament and he won Overall Low Net. The inaugural event was held on August 12th to the 14th at Chippewa Creek Golf Course, near Hamilton Ontario. It was a three day event with Day 1 being practice rounds that coaches could play in and then two days of competition for blind and visually impaired golfers only.

Here’s a great article that talks about Blind Golf: Blind Golf; Playing by the Rules


Kevin to compete at the OVIG provincial championship

Kevin has been invited to compete at the Ontario Vision Impaired Golfers (OVIG) provincial championship from Aug. 12 to Aug. 14.










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Deaf-blind athlete takes on the golf course

Kevin Frost is back at it again.  And now, he’s adding golf to the list!











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Kevin went back to his old stomping ground in Blackburn Hamlet, to take part in the Blackburn Fun Fair parade.

BlackBurn Parade










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Kevin talks to Craig Oliver about Challenges and Change

Kevin was interviewed by Craig Oliver and describes what it’s like to speed skate while being deaf and blind and the challenges he faces.

Watch the interview here:  Challenges and Change



Lion Magazine – One of Us!

Kevin had a great interview with Lion magazine for their  “One of Us” section, which profiles a unique Lion. You’ll also find a link to a video produced by Accessible Media Inc.

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April Updates

March was a great but tough month. I came 11th in the World in Netherlands in long track speed skating against abled bodied skaters. Great event with great results. The officials and skaters were all very supportive, and my visit to the Netherlands was a nice experience.

Right after my event I caught a nasty chest infection, causing me to rest for two weeks after. I am back on my feet getting ready for the tandem cycling season.

I have a new pilot this season and his name is Scott from Milton. We will be racing in four competitions this season. I am also trying to raise funds to purchase a new racing tandem through Go Fund Me fundraising. If you can donate towards this great purchase it would be much appreciated.

You can also email me if you need more info. For now, I will be going full throttle with my training.

Frost just shy of top ten in the World

Worlds 2016








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