Anjali Forber-Pratt

How to Follow Anjali at the London 2012 Paralympic Games

Many of you have been asking how you can follow, support, watch. Here is the information you've all been anxiously waiting for! Please share widely. NOTE: Competition schedule has been updated as of 8/23/12.

ANJALI'S SCHEDULE

Please confirm my competition schedule by visiting www.london2012.com/paralympics

Chasing My Unicorn

Chasing My Unicorn

Before I start, this blog title was inspired by an afternoon of belly laughs and rehashing memories from three near and dear friends of mine who are affectionately called, my “Pit Crew”. Steph, Erin & Sarah – you are amazing, you make me smile so much, and I could not have been more excited to see you and your beautifully decorated, glittered arts and crafts masterpieces! I love you lots, parking lots!

Here's a picture of my pit crew and I back at the hotel post-marathon:

Hitting the Road at Last

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Anjali Forber-Pratt, raised in Natick and now one of the top US wheelchair sprinters, is preparing for her first Boston Marathon. She gave this update from Champaign, Ill., where she is in training.

Now that spring is here, have you been able to hit the road for practice?

Faces of Illinois: Anjali Forber-Pratt

Anjali Forber-Pratt might possibly be one of the most inspiring people to call the University of Illinois home. The College of Education Doctoral student is a Paralympian, holds a world championship record, multiple medals and an array of other honors. She will soon follow in the footsteps of legend Jean Driscoll, competing in the Boston Marathon in April 2011. Find out just what keeps her going in this amazing profile.

"Faces of Illinois" is a series profiling students, faculty, staff and other campus community members who are leaving their marks on the University of Illinois campus.

Thoughts Post-Worlds

Sorry for the delay in posting this...a girl's gotta recover from jetlag! Here are some thoughts of mine post-worlds...

Opening Ceremonies are Tomorrow!

We’ve had quite the eventful week, actually, day in Christchurch, New Zealand. It all started with a 5.1 earthquake that woke us from our sleep this morning. We’ve actually had something like 7 quakes/aftershocks since 5pm yesterday (Sidenote: I really should have paid more attention in geology class to understand more about these darn things!). We’re all fine and are here to tell the story. My roommate is such a CA girl, when we woke up to the whole hotel shaking, it takes a moment to realize what all is going on, and we said, oh it’s an earthquake. The next thing I know, she’s back asleep!

Baystate Parent Magazine Article: Anjali's Story

Check out the article from this month's Baystate Parent Magazine here.

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