CBS WBZ TV – Jason’s story video

CBS Channel 4 Video of Jason. Thank you Jon Elias and Kate Pedersen


  1. Fred Baker
    January 10, 2013

    Hi jason, Thank you for coming in to see my son Fred this past week in Brockton and Boston. You gave us a lot of good information and confidence. The reason I am writing you is I just realized that I followed your story on the News and internet on your accomplishments with the Iron-Man challange. I did not know you then but I was overwhelmed with your success I told my wife and called Fred immediatly. I said to Fred that he needded to meet you. Wow, now we all have.
    We wish you the best of luck in all you do. On a side note, you might me interrested to know that last year Fred was on the Spaulding Para Crash-B rowing challenge held at Boston College. As a parent I am proud to say he set a new record for Spaulding while wining the Para event. Jason you are an inspiration to all of us. Looking for more good news from you. Thank you.

  2. March 7, 2013

    I your writing style genuinely enjoying this web site .

ABOUT JASON FOWLER Jason grew up in Kingston, Massachusetts and was a nationally ranked amateur motocross racer by age 10. At the age of 17 he became paralyzed from the chest down, after colliding with a rock while out practicing on his motorcycle. Since his accident he has completed over 150 road races, 30 marathons, and 29 triathlons all with the use of his arms. He won the Ironman World Championships in 2009 in Hawaii and recently won the 2012, 70.3 Half Ironman World Championship in Las Vegas. Jason works as a Medical device consultant for Medtronic, serving the Greater Boston Area. Jason regularly volunteers his time to encourage physically injured children and adults into the world of athletics. He also trains and motivates aspiring able bodied athletes. Jason is an avid triathlete, competing regularly in Half Ironman's, and his passions include health and wellness, health coaching, healing via nutrition and raw food, superfoods, spirituality, and motivational speaking.