Adventure Running with Daniel Berlin – Episode 54 of The Blind Sport Podcast

Running as a blind person can be an adventure, but for Daniel Berlin from Colorado, he makes sure that it is.

In episode 54 we chat with Dan about his running journey and cover some of his epic adventures which include marathons, triathlons and ultra-distance off-road challenges.

Some of Dan’s achievements include running the Inca Trail in Peru in one day and running rim to rim to rim of the Grand Canyon with “Team See Possibilities”.

Let’s find out how his passion for adventure along with a great support team have allowed him to take on some amazing long distance runs (both on and off-road) at the same time as raising money for various blindness related organisations.

For more information or to contact “Team See Possibilities” check out their website. http://teamseepossibilities.com – Facebook. teamseepossibilities – Twitter. @teamseeposs

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced blind or vision impaired runner or walker, you may like to check out Achilles International http://www.achillesinternational.org as they can assist people to run in various countries and even assist you to participate in the TCS New York City Marathon.

This is a great conversation and I hope you find it both inspiring and entertaining.

I also include some motivational quotations.

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Cheers, Mike.