Tags: Photojournalism

Final rounds for some of the events at the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games are beginning today, including archery and shooting, which wrapped up in the morning. Editor’s Note: Six Grady College students from the Sports Media Certificate and Visual Journalism programs, are in Colorado covering the Warrior Games as part of their summer…

As athletes head towards the midway point of the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games at the U.S. Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Colorado, they are leaning on each other more and more. From trainers to teammates to service animals, most athletes have a support network around them. Editor’s Note: Six Grady College students…

The 2018 Department of Defense Warrior games are underway at the U.S. Air Force Academy outside of Colorado Springs, Colorado. More than 300 athletes representing the Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy and Special Operations Command along with soldiers from Australia, Great Britain and Canada are competing in ten different adaptive sports competitions. The games, open…

The Department of Defense’s Ninth Annual Warrior Games are beginning at the U.S. Air Force Academy near Colorado Sprints, Colorado. More than 300 athletes representing the Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy and Special Operations Command along with soldiers from Australia, Great Britain and Canada will be competing in ten different adaptive sports competitions. Editor’s Note:…

Mother Daughter Duo Show the Discipline and Joy of Dressage

  Marjolein Geven, 44, is a dressage horse trainer from Eindhoven, Netherlands. She works at Poplar Place Farm to train horses in dressage competition for clients. After competing as a child, she now enjoys coaching her 8-year-old daughter, Tessa, who has an equestrian spirit like her mother. By Ansley Walker

Begin Again Farms serves the community and saves horses

Rhonda Jackson of Harris County, Georgia, started Begin Again Farms nearly 20 years ago. The farm works to rescue horses who have been victims of abuse, starvation, are suffering from illnesses and injuries as well as offers them a place to retire, and works to rehab them for adoption to loving homes. By Savanna Sturkie

KAE Farms, Where Education Meets Passion

Since opening its gates 15 years ago, KAE Farms has expanded from being just a small family farm to a a place where work becomes play. By simply taking classes and getting certifications, Jenny Eckman, her husband, sister, and brother-in-law have expanded their passions into a full fledged business, raising and selling cattle, horses, bees,…