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Paul Callahan

Spreading the Message

Paul with Donald Trump

"Paul has become a good friend over the years and is one of the few people I know who excels equally in business, athletics and philanthropy."  – Donald Trump




Paul's success has been widely acclaimed in many prominent publications, including a "New York Times" story about Paul's relationship with "Mr. America's Cup", Dennis Conner, regarding their mutual quest to promote sailing for people with disabilities. 

Paul has been highlighted on ESPN for conceiving of and implementing the concept of retrofitting an America's Cup boat for a combined able-bodied/disabled team for therapeutic purposes, as well as for competition - resulting in the unthinkable - winning a race in the recent World Championship.    

Connor, Coutts, Turner, Callahan

Paul with Dennis Conner, "Mr. America's Cup", Russell Coutts, 3-time America's Cup Winner and Ted Turner, media mogul and America's Cup winner.

Paul with Chris Reeve

Paul re-introduces Christopher Reeve
to sailing by racing together for charity
at Shake-A-Leg
(now Sail To Prevail)

Paul with Russel Coutts

Russell Coutts, 3-time America's Cup winner, and Paul, competing together in 12 metre World Championship in 2009

Paul with Dennis Conner

Paul and Dennis Conner christen the new
Sonar, "Stars & Stripes".

NEW YORK TIMES"Disabled Sailor's Aim", by Barbara Lloyd July 1998.  "'Any world championship is hard to win,' Conner said. Just the fact that Paul is winning at this level shows what kind of guy he is."