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Erik Weihenmayer

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Beech, Mark and Anderson, Kelli. "Inside Out: News and news and notes from the world of adventure sports." Sports Illustrated (September 23, 2002): 18.

"Blind to Failure: Mountaineers scoffed at the notion that Erik Weihenmayer, sightless since he was 13, could climb Everest. But a killer peak is no obstacle for a man who can conquer adversity." Time (June 18, 2002): 52.

Carlin, Peter. "World at his fingertips: guided by touch, not sight, a blind climber takes on El Capitan." People (August 12, 1996): 48.

Gray, Taylor. "The other guy on top of the world." Time (June 11, 2002).

"Livin' it: Blind mountaineer Erick Weihenmayer summits Mount Elbrus - and leads the way in a dramatic descent." Sports Illustrated (July 1, 2002): 30.


"Eric Weihenmayer." Eric Weihenmayer Home Page. http://www.touchthetop.com (January 15, 2003).

Pegg, Dave. "Super Blind." Climbing. http://www.climbing.com/pages/feature_stories/feature213.html (January 15, 2003).

Swift, E.M. "Blind Ambition." Sports Illustrated. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/features/siadventures/2001/blind_ambition (January 15, 2003).

Weihenmayer, Eric. "Tenacious E." Outside. http://outside.away.com/outside/adventure/200112/200112tenacious_e.adp (January 15, 2003).

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