• BLIND SPEED

      BLIND SPEED By Art George-Special to BASN Outrunning what he can’t see, the fastest blind man in the world is American David Brown, established by his gold medal in the...

  • THE GAMES NOBODY SAW

      THE GAMES NOBODY SAW Gary Norris Gray-BASN-Staff Reporter OAKLAND, CA.- The United States Paralympic athletes had one of the best games since 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia.  Most Americans did not...

  • HANDI-MAN, THE POWER OF THE DISABLED

    HANDI-MAN Never Underestimate the Powers of the Handicapped. Gary Norris Gray-BASN-Staff Reporter This week the Paralympics started in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil but America seems to be disinterested with college and...

  • UNITED STATES WORLD SLED HOCKEY CHAMPIONS

    U.S. Sled Hockey Schools Canada In Taking World Championship Gold By Gary Norris Gray-BASN Staff Reporter OAKLAND, CA.-Buffalo, New York, is close by the United States and Canadian border.  Hockey is...

  • SOCHI PARALYMPICS: A TEST FOR ACCESS

    By Arthur George and Gary Norris Gray Sochi is about to compete with itself to determine whether Russia and the world are ready for the 2014 Paralympics. The Paralympic Games in...

  • Sports And The Disabled (Part Two)

    CALIFORNIA (BASN) — Disabled African Americans are living on the outskirts of two worlds with neither world accepting them for who they are. My disabled brother Leroy Moore Jr. from Buffalo...

  • A Grand Finish In Beijing

    CALIFORNIA — Last week, the 2008 Paralympics ended with an outstanding colorful closing ceremony in Beijing, China. However, not many Americans knew about it. The national news media paid little attention...

  • Network TV Drops The Ball……Again

    CALIFORNIA — A month ago many Americans watched the Summer Games in Beijing, China on television. Americans cheered their favorite players or watched their favorite sport. The opening and closing ceremonies...