Keep An Eye On Your Vision!
Improvise, adapt, and overcome… Then raise the bar!
“Cancer took my sight, blindness gave me vision, and adventure let’s me live!”
What People Are Saying
“Kyle’s story is one of resilience, tenacity, and good old fashioned elbow grease. His down to earth style accompanied by his inspirational Journey to the Paralympics, the worlds most prestigious athletic stage, will resonate and motivate any group. I laughed, cried, and left with a commitment to push a little harder and raise my personal bar.”
-Jessica Beecham, President of the National Federation of the Blind Sports and Recreation Division
“Kyle’s story gives people a sense of hope that they too can grow stronger regardless of where they are at in the emotional part of their vision loss endurance story.”
-Richard Hunter, USABA Marathon National Championships Program Coordinator
“Kyle’s presentation to our group was amazing. Being a group of pediatric health care workers, Kyle’s story was inspiring and very close to home. Many of our Associates loved the comparison of teamwork on climbing a mountain compared to teamwork at work. Kyle is inspiring and we look forward to working with him in the future.”
-Chantelle Capeletti, MSN, RN, CPN Clinical Nurse Educator
“If you’re in need of inspiration for any reason and a little perspective on life, I highly recommend spending an hour with Kyle Coon. His amazing story of perseverance and his positive approach to life is a testimony to the human condition. Kyle’s honest and open delivery is filled with heart touching moments sure to help you take inventory on what is really important in your life. I’m grateful he is so willing to share his journey with everyone. I highly recommend you see him speak!”
-Scott Mauro, UCF Recreation and Wellness Center Marketing and Communications Manager
Kyle is a joy to listen to as he keeps things real and raw. He effortlessly managed to combine a wonderful mix of humor, reflection, motivation and humility into a meaningful and captivating talk.”
-Meghan Sarbanis, former lightweight rower for United States National Team, current OTR/L & running guide for Athletes with Disabilities.