Local adaptive hockey player surprised with customized sled

Tyrrill Golding surprised in ceremony at The Ice Factory of Central Florida

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KISSIMMEE, Fla. – This is one day 10-year-old Tyrrill Golding will never forget. 

In a special ceremony at The Ice Factory of Central Florida in Kissimmee on Saturday, Golding, a native of Oakland, was surprised with a customized hockey sled. 

Golding was presented the sled by U.S. Paralympian Adam Page and representatives from The Hartford’s Ability Equipped Program.

The Central Florida Dreamplex also received a $30,000 grant to purchase adaptive sports equipment. 
In addition to presenting the sled, Page was on hand to teach a clinic with local youth players. 

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