Residing in Campbell River, British Columbia on his sailboat, Tyler Turner is a skydiving instructor during the summers and a member of Canada Snowboard’s Para team in the winters.
Tyler has a very impressive resume. After winning gold at the 2022 Para Snowboard World Championships in Lillehammer, Norway, and taking home the Crystal Globe for the 2022 season, Tyler topped off his winning streak with a gold in Snowboard Cross and a bronze in Banked Slalom at the 2022 Paralympics in Beijing, China.
Tyler is a barrier breaker, in 2020 he became the first bilateral amputee wingsuit pilot in the world. Not only is he a professional snowboarder, but he also won bronze at the 2021 US Open Surf Championships.
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Tyler shares his inspiring story from losing his legs in a skydiving accident to becoming a Paralympian.
Tyler Turner’s Gold medal ride in the Men’s Snowboard Cross at the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Games.
TIM & FRIENDS
Tyler joins Tim & Friends and shares his awe-inspiring story from losing both his legs to winning a Gold Medal at the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Games.