In 1999, Paul Rosen was told he was going to die if he did not have his leg amputated above the knee. He has since become a Paralympics Gold Medalist with the Team Canada sledge hockey team in 2006 and won several hockey world championships. He also works to spread his positive message as a motivational speaker.
Paul has been involved with March of Dimes supporting fundraisers, giving talks, and most recently accepted the role of National Ambassador for the Walk ‘n Roll Fundraisers. In 2010, he was awarded the March of Dimes Rick Hansen Award of Excellence for his work inspiring people with disabilities around the world.