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adaptive athlete, offering assistance and guidance through the often choppy coastal waters. After traveling ten nautical miles their first day, the teams came ashore and camped overnight at Smith Point County Park. They enjoyed a tasty cookout dinner and camaraderie on the beach before heading to bed in tents pitched on the sand. Early the next morning, the athletes arose to the warming day for a quick breakfast before climbing into their kayaks for another six miles of paddling. By mid-afternoon, the teams arrived safely at East Moriches, hungry for a pig roast dinner hosted by a local seaside restaurant. Excited for a celebration of their exceptional effort, many athletes were met by supportive family and friends. For these athletes who live with disabilities, successfully completing the Challenge provided their first opportunity to undertake water sports. Being a part of an outstanding physical accomplishment was reason for these men and women to believe in themselves and their abilities. It helped them understand there are no limits to what they can accomplish. Long Island’s TimeCapital Investor Advisory Services and American Portfolios Financial Services provided financial support for the 2017 Challenge. Each company also enlisted enthusiastic volunteers critical for the success of the event. NO LIMITS 9