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As the official broadcaster of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic + Paralympic games, TFA Productions and acowsay cinema have partnered with NBC Sports and their affiliates to tell the amazing stories of training athletes. Physical limitations can’t hold back these athletes as they chase their dreams, compete for their country and inspire through their story.


 

105 Floors, By Hand

with Brody Roybal


Brody Roybal, a two-time Paralympic gold medalist with the U.S. Paralympics Sled Hockey team, joined and inspired United employees in their climb to the top of Chicago's Willis Tower to help raise funds at SkyRise Chicago this past weekend.

Roybal was born without femurs in either leg, so he took the 105 floors by hand — doing so in an astonishing 71 minutes.

 


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Client: United
Partner: TFA Group
Production: acowsay cinema
Director: Tyler Eichorst
Shot By: Tyler Eichorst + Alyse Iorio
Edited By: Tyler Eichorst

 

 

2018 U.S. Paralympics Swimming

Para National Championships

With the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic games only two years away athletes continue to train tirelessly in pursuit of their gold medal dreams.

Yearly national swim meets provide athletes a chance to compete against other top athletes; allowing them to gage their ranking, asses their training and make their final push for the Paralympic team.

Using the national meet as the backdrop, we were able to tell the story of three Paralympic hopefuls.


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Partner: TFA Group
Production: acowsay cinema
Director: Tyler Eichorst
Shot By: Tyler Eichorst + Danny Krueger
Edited By: Tyler Eichorst

 

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“harder than being paralyzed”

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