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Martin (Kyle) Moxley of USA competes in the Men's Standing Giant Slalom race during the World Para Snow Sports Championships at Hafjell on January 19, 2022 in Lillehammer, Norway. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Martin Moxley

  • Hometown
    Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Team
    Para Alpine D
  • Years on Team
    2 (since 2023)
  • Born
  • Club(s)
    National Sports Center for the Disabled
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Martin (Kyle) Moxley enlisted in the army in 1998 and deployed to Iraq during the Iraq War. While completing a patrol in 2004, his vehicle was ambushed, and an IED led to shrapnel almost completely severing his arm. He underwent surgery to save his arm by taking nerves from his leg to rebuild what was lost. Although the procedure wasn’t perfect, and he lost the feeling of his right foot from the ankle down, he was able to regain the use of his arm and most of his hand. During his rehabilitation, he went back to school and moved to Alaska for work before deciding to relocate to Colorado, where he resides today. In 2015, he attended a winter sports clinic and was introduced to adaptive skiing. Soon enough, he started racing competitively with the National Sports Center for the Disabled and was named to the U.S. Para Alpine Development team in 2022. Moxley’s biggest goals are representing the United States and inspiring all wounded and injured veterans. His motto is “adapt and overcome.”