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Jenifer was the sixth man and played in the national championship game.
We want to make it easy for players to find other players they already know as well as create new relationships with people they’ve only just begun to interact with inside a game.
Jenifer published with a Washington Post reporter in 2006, Mr. Jenifer started competing in wheelchair basketball and wheelchair track.
Jenifer wrote that when he was born, his mother wondered if her son could survive without legs, and worried that he might spend the rest of his life bedridden. His siblings -- two older brothers, one older sister, a younger brother and two younger step-sisters -- forged and fueled his competitive nature, he said.
A boy is born without legs, to a single, unemployed mother, in a poor, crime-ridden part of Maryland.
Ask Trevon Jenifer if that boy, growing up, could imagine that one day he'd compete at the Paralympic Games. That he'd visit the White House and shake hands with the president and first lady.We aim to build better recommenders for a variety of different game types to recommend people to teams, friends to people, and opponents to challenge.