Local, national, and international media outlets will cover Ryan as he crosses the country in his racing chair and raises awareness for the potential of all persons with disabilities.
Lead Me On
Sports N' Spokes Magazine
March 3, 2012
Stay-Focused has an enthusiastic and talented group of mentors who embrace learning about leadership and about how they will be involved in running the organization in the future. More importantly, empowered with a better understanding of their own leadership abilities, the mentors will be able to take their “built-to-last” skills back to their communities and contribute to the success of others.
Meet the Man Crossing the U.S. — In a Wheelchair
Men's Health Magazine
October 6, 2012
Ryan Chalmers is a man among boys. The 23-year-old from Churchville, NY, is training for a feat few others would pretend to tackle, let alone actually want to: a 71-day journey next April called “Push Across America.” He’ll navigate his wheelchair from Los Angeles to New York City—something that’s never been done before.
Paralympic Athlete Ryan Chalmers on PUSH to Help Disabled Divers
November 8, 2012
After competing in four T54 wheelchair racing events at the London Paralympic Games, Ryan Chalmers set his sights on changing the perception of disability sports as whole.
Push Across Cayman
Cayman 27 News
November 22, 2012
The aim and mission of Stay-Focused is to encourage all persons with disabilities to do their best and never give up. The organisation will be spreading that message in a big way this weekend. Founder and President of Stay-Focused, Roger Muller, and Paralympic athlete, Ryan Chalmers, appear on Daybreak to provide more details.
Paralympic Athlete and PADI Divemaster Ryan Chalmers finishes the PUSH across Cayman Islands
November 27, 2012
On Saturday, 24 November 2012, Stay-Focused alumnus, Paralympian, and PADI Divemaster Ryan Chalmers, pushed his racing chair across Grand Cayman, an 88 kilometre/55-mile route, in just over five hours. Push Across Cayman was an amazing event and represented the start of the Push Across America campaign, which will launch next spring.
An Inspirational Push
Cayman 27 News
November 28, 2012
Ryan Chalmers pushed his racing wheelchair 55 miles around Grand Cayman in order to raise awareness for those with disabilities in the Cayman Islands.
Ryan Chalmers and Roger Muller Guest Hosts on E Street Radio
December 14, 2012
Ryan and Roger talked about the challenges of such a large undertaking and the importance of leadership programs for disabled teens. SiriusXM will provide continuous coverage of the Push Across America campaign throughout the spring on E Street Radio.