It’s Gold for Kevin at the 2017 Jack Shea Sprints in Lake Placid










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Tis the season to train :)

Went to San Antonio, Texas for Blind golfing at the USA Blind Championships. It was a great experience golfing with the best Blind golfers. I came 2nd overall low net. I was very pleased with my play. I know what I need to work on to improve my game.

For the next 4 months I will be training at the Milton Indoor Velodrome on the tandem bike to focus on three events leading to the Canadian Championships at the end of March.

I will also be speed skating in Lake Placid in January and getting ready for Worlds in Fort St. John, BC in the beginning of March.

Until then, wishing you and your loved ones a very happy holiday season.

Frost wraps up first go at golf with a silver

SUCCESS. Kevin Frost said he has made great leaps forward in blind golfing, especially since he only started in May.











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September News

We raced at the Canadian Championships in the end of June in tandem racing and didn’t do well, we ran into a blow out on on our back wheel in the road race and our time trail we had problems with our chain on gears but finished our race at least😉. We did a Time Trail race in August in Toronto and won a silver medal with a strong finished on our road bike season. At the end of September will be entering the Canadians Indoor Championships in Milton.

I have taken a new sport of blind golfing and won the low net at the Provincials/ Canadians in Hamilton, ONT and will be off to Texas to compete in the USA Championships. I will enjoy this experience and see what I have to do to keep up with the best in the world.

In life we always have to keep trying new things to see how far we can go.

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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