2nd Annual

"A Night With CAF"

For more information, contact

(916) 947-1855



April 12, 2014

7:00-9:00 p.m.


South Valley
10996 S. River Front Parkway
South Jordan, Utah 84095

Big Star


$50 Standard
$100 VIP

VIP Tickets Include Swag Bag
filled with CAF gear and
logs of other goodies!

We're raising $40,000 to support Challenged Athletes and you can help!

It is the mission of the Challenged Athletes Foundation® (CAF) to provide opportunities and support
to people with physical disabilities so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness
and competitive athletics. CAF believes that involvement in sports at any level increases
self-esteem, encourages independence and enhances quality of life.

Huge Star

Meet The Speakers

Muffy Davis

Muffy Davis |

Salt Lake City, UT

Muffy Davis was seriously injured in a freak skiing accident while training in the late 1980s. Although paralyzed from the chest down, she had a choice to simply survive or to thrive. She chose to thrive. A three-time Gold medal winner at the 2012 London Paralympic Games, Muffy's next goal is to compete in the 2016 Rio Games.
Muffy is married with one daughter and enjoys a variety of outdoor sports, including scuba diving, Nordic skiing and mountain biking. She is a talented and inspiring motivational speaker for corporations, conferences, schools and other organizations.

Steven Peace |

San Diego, CA

Navy Lt. Commander Steven Peace (Ret.) suffered a massive stroke about six years ago. Doctors didn't give him much of a chance of surviving, much less walking and talking. Although the stroke left him paralyzed on the right side and with moderate aphasia, he was walking within three months and talking within six months. He had a thing or two to show those doctors! Steven heard about CAF while on the SoldierRide in Phoenix, Arizona. Since then, he has participated in marathons, triathlons, golf matches, dodge ball games, the Million Dollar Challenge Ride and more.

Sean Simonson

Sean Simonson |

Milpitas, CA

On April 20, 2006, Sean was involved in a mountain biking accident where he went over the handle bars and landed on his head. He broke his neck and became a quadriplegic. Initially, doctors said Simonson would not regain any movement which meant he would only be capable of moving his left arm. They were wrong.
Simonson trains and races on his hand-cycle, wheelchair and in the swimming pool. In addition, he competes in marathons and triathlons regularly. Simonson recently competed in the California Firefighter Olympics as the first ever Challenged Athlete competitor. He won his division in the triathlon as well as in the cycling time trial. Simonson also took first place at the Nor Cal half marathon and at the San Jose Rock 'n' Roll half marathon.